The 120 acre property is located in the foot hills…
Get a bungalow thrown in for good measure.
Offering hangar and open aircraft parking, the airfield has customs facilities and is known as a useful stopover for those wishing to break their flight before crossing the Channel. There is also a dedicated helicopter landing area.
As well as being suitable for use for grazing and haymaking, the remaining land has potential for a variety of purposes, and could be used as a vineyard or for growing crops.
The property is being marketed in two separate lots – the airfield with extensive hanger buildings, horse stabling and almost 55 acres of pastureland for £1.3 million and a three-bedroomed bungalow set in more than an acre of gardens for £675,000.
The owners for the last 20 years, Andy and Sally Haigh, have decided it is time to spread their wings.
“What started out as a bit of a hobby has become a full time job and commitment and we have decided we need to step back a bit, ” said the owner.
“We have the advantage of being closest to France,” said Andy. Some days I reckon I could fly to Calais to go shopping quicker than I could drive into local Canterbury town and park,” he said.