A former pub with planning permission for six flats is on the market for £600,000.
The Edinburgh Castle in Northfleet High Street closed more than two years ago.
A revised application was submitted to Gravesham council at the start of the year to convert it into housing, and plans were approved in March for three studio apartments and three one-bedroom apartments.
Each flat will include a kitchen, bedroom and bathroom and the extension at the back of the building is also set to be demolished.
The removal of the pub façade on the ground floor will make way for changes such as additional windows, doors and Juliet balconies on the first and second floors.
According to the submitted planning report, the pub shut after hitting financial trouble and bosses decided it was no longer viable to keep it running.
However, Clive Selves – who was landlord there for 32 years – disputed that information, saying business was buzzing.
"The site is currently falling into disrepair and has been broken into from the rear of the property..."
Council officers addressed this in their report and, although they acknowledged it may have been open until June 2021, said the "void period would not impact the decision-making process as this is not registered as an asset of community value".
The report added: "The site is currently falling into disrepair and has been broken into from the rear of the property."
Now the pub is up for sale on Zoopla for offers over £600,000.
The agency describes the listing as a “rare opportunity to purchase this type of property with planning permission”.