• Commercial B1 & B8 Use
• Office and/or Workshop space
• Barn Hall 1 is approximately 141 sq. m (1,500 sq. ft)
• Stunning vaulted ceilings
• Grand double door entrances
• Kitchen area
• Disabled WC
• 2 Parking Spaces
• FRI Lease
• Option for a viticulture business with an additional 27 acres available
This converted traditional oak barn has recently been finished, and restored by renowned local barn conversion specialist, Anthony Hicks. The ceilings were built using traditional oak peg method.
The Barn is accessed from a tarmacked farm lane off the A268 and located on the edge of the working farmyard. There is off road parking for 2 cars, more can be available under separate negotiation.
Barn Hall 1 is approximately 141 sq. m (1,5017 sq. ft) and is accessed via an impressive double glass door entrance that provides immediate views to the rear of the unit via a double height window overlooking the farmyard.
There is a disabled WC that is large enough to include a shower area., along with a a small fitted kitchen area that includes a sink and kitchen units and space for fridge/ other units.
With the exceptionally high floor to ceiling height, there is the ability to add a mezzanine floor, to really utilize the space. Perfect for offices/meeting area space above offices and workshops on the ground floor.
The barn will need additional insulation and does not have central heating.
Externally there is off street parking to the front of the barn.
A new lease on full repairing and insuring terms outside the provisions of the Landlord & Tenant Act 1954.
Lease length to be discussed.
Rent: Barn Hall 1 £10,000 per annum first year
No business rates are payable.
Deposit will be required
Trading is permitted Monday to Saturday 8am until 6pm. It is not allowed on Sundays or public holidays and cannot be of a retail nature.
There is an option of for a viticulture business to be established in the units with an additional 27 acres available for cultivating. This would necessitate a Working Farm Partnership and to have a Joint Agricultural proposition with the farm owners. There are EU grants available until 2019 for interested parties.
As it is a working farm, it cannot accept children or dogs.
The Barn Halls are within 2 miles of the village of Northiam and within one mile of the village of Beckley. Northiam provides two local supermarket stores (Jempsons Local & Coop Local), a public house, post office facilities, bakery, one of the highest rated doctors surgeries in the country, optician, local gym, primary school and vets.
Beckley also has a Public House, church and primary school. Peasmarsh, a neighbouring village, has a large independent superstore with garage station (Jempsons superstore) and two public houses. The Flackley Ash Hotel also provides 3 star hotel accommodation and leisure facilities.
Tenterden is also located nearby providing many high street shops, Waitrose and Tesco supermarkets and a leisure centre.
The Ancient Town of Rye is within 7 miles along the A268.
Travel and Transport
Rye train station offers direct links to the high-speed service from Ashford to London St Pancreas (37 minutes) and links to Eurostar trains from Ashford International. The M20 can be joined at Ashford via the A259 with connections to the M25 and Dover Ferry Port. The A268 links directly to the A21 one of the main road portals in the area to the M25.
Services: Mains Water, Mains Drainage, Mains Electricity
Broadband Speed: Variable with Up to 22 Mbps (source EE)
Mobile Coverage: 3G coverage with EE and Three, 4G with Vodaphone and O2
Local Authority: Rother District Council Tel: 01424 787000
Viewing: Strictly by appointment with agents – Anderson Hacking Ltd on 01797 224852