â€œOur parents moved here in 1998 when it was still a riding stables but that was closed down a few years later and we came here more recently to look after our Dad in his declining years. However now that he is no longer with us we have decided that it is too big for our future needs and we are all looking to downsize. As it is such a wonderful place we had considered a variety of business ventures that could be run from here but have decided that it would be better for new owners to look at the various options available and come in with fresh energy to make the most of all the facilities.
We love the views, the tranquility and the fact we can walk for miles through woodland and the countryside. The house is wonderful for entertaining whether it is indoors, outside or in the cabin as we have plenty of parking space and it doesnâ€™t matter if there is any noise as we donâ€™t have neighbours to worry about. We have the George pub and restaurant within walking distance as well as the village hall and the Halfway House pub isnâ€™t too far away. Molash is very closely aligned to the nearby village of Challock with its post office and newsagent as well as an excellent primary school that is rated Outstanding by Ofsted. We are also virtually equidistant between Ashford, Canterbury and Faversham for road and rail services to and from London or the Continent via the Channel Tunnel or ferries from Dover.
While the property offers wonderful extended family accommodation it also provides plenty of opportunities for developing a variety of business activities. Although the stables were demolished and replaced by the current outbuildings it would still be possible to build a new stable block and use the adjacent paddock for your own horse or for livery. Additional land is available, so you can expand to suit your needs, as at one time there were 30 horses at Oathill Farm. You could develop a new equestrian centre incorporating pony trekking as you can ride for miles through the woods and around the countryside and never have to go on the roads. Also as there is plenty of accommodation you could include residential equestrian activities.
If you were not interested in horses you could develop a kennels and cattery as this place has the great advantage of not having close neighbours to complain about dogs barking. However if animals were not of interest it would make a marvellous venue for weddings, parties or outdoor team building events. You could always set up a small business â€“ perhaps an artistâ€™s studio or something similar or run it as a Bed and Breakfast, guest house, market garden or even holiday lets. The potential opportunities are endless if you have the vision and the enthusiasm.â€...Read full description