The property occupies 2 sites dissected by an access road leading to Oast Glen and Underdown Plant Hire to the rear. The south side is undeveloped and has frontage onto Herne Bay Road of approximately 35 m. and has a site area c. 0.08 hectares (0.213 acres).

The front part of the site is fenced along the main road frontage and to the south of the site there is the Sarre Penn River which runs along the boundary. The front part of the site is mainly used for car parking and open storage. The rear part of the site is enclosed with fencing and is used for more secure open storage.

The north site has frontage onto Herne Bay Road of approximately 22 m. and has a site area c. 0.09 hectares (0.22 acres). At the front section of the site the former oast house is located which is 2 storey with attic accommodation and has a total floor area c. 430.24 sq.m. (4,631 sq.ft.). The accommodation is currently used as offices and storage. The oast building has a trade counter/reception area with storage to the rear. There are additional mezzanine storage areas and the first floor is mainly used for offices with storage at the rear. There are stairs to a second floor which comprises an office in the attic of the property.

Outside the oast house there are various outbuildings used for storage purposes totalling c. 120.76 sq.m. (1,300 sq.ft.).

Adjoining and surrounding these buildings is a secure yard which is fenced and gated and surfaced in concrete and used for the storage of tiles.

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