Published: 11:56, 14 June 2017
Despite looking like a shed, this refurbished former agricultural building could be yours if you have a quarter of a million pounds knocking around.
The revamped property, which is for sale with James Oliver Estates in Biddenden, has been converted into a modern one-bedroom studio.
It comes with everything you'd expect including a kitchen, bedroom, a living room and three windows and at 4.35m wide one thing it doesn't have is any internal doors.
The agent says the property, which is marked up at £250,000, is an "ideal holiday let investment, weekend retreat or as an adorable change" to its surroundings.
The agents said: "The Studio is a unique and quirky reconstructed new build dwelling of a former agricultural building being situated within a farmland setting and enjoying its own garden and private parking."
They added: "Approached by a farm track the property of steel framed construction has attractive stained cedar clad elevations.
"Once inside the light and airy property has a stylish fitted kitchen with a range of units, work surface and inset sink, four ring electric hob with oven below and extractor hood oven, integrated fridge and freezer and built in washing machine."
Despite the fact that it's a shack, the property has some stunning interior design with a bath and separate overhead shower unit, plus a sink, cupboard and "complementary tiling".
There's a double door at the front and separate back door with enough room to park a couple of cars.
The description added: "Outside there is a driveway providing private parking for several vehicles.
"The property enjoys its own landscaped garden turfed and planted providing a pleasant space to relax and unwind.
"Mature trees border the garden and there is a decked area to the front."
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