Historic Ozengell Grange in Ramsgate to be offered at auction

Ozengell Grange is going to auction

Ozengell Grange in Ramsgate, which was built circa 1711, is to be offered at auction.

The Haine Road property, which also has a barn thought to date from the 15th century, sits on a plot of 3.5 acres. It includes other outbuildings and stables.

The Grade II property, listed in 1974, has been in the same family for many years and is being offered with a freehold guide price of £600,000-plus.

The two-bedroom property is among 175 lots listed for sale by Clive Emson, the land and property auctioneers, ahead of its next sale, which is its 250th.

Auction appraiser Jon Rimmer said: “This is an extremely rare property to come on the market. It is a large, detached house with an associated barn within 3.5 acres of gardens that are overgrown.

“Full of historic features, this property is likely to whet the appetite of builders who will be able to see huge potential.

“It requires refurbishment and by doing so offers any new owner the chance to create their own interior.”

There are period features throughout, including inglenook fireplaces and exposed beams, with the gardens having several period outbuildings and a walled garden.

The sale with Clive Emson Auctioneers  will conclude on Wednesday 12th June.


  1. Wonderful buildings and grounds .Soon to be surrounded by Jerry built overpriced properties , with associated purchases and relocations from London councils.

    • Agree Dave

      A lovely building but sadly in a horrible setting. On a gridlocked road 90%of the time. Going to be surrounded by 100’s of lego houses. Across the road is a derelict house. Under the flightpath of dirty polluting cargo planes. What a shame for such a lovely building.

      • Beautiful property but you are correct all those dreadful click clack properties all around it!

      • Mr X – dirty polluting cargo planes? Where do you get your information from when no flights are operating at this time to Manston? Another mis informed individual? I would be very much more concerned with on going pollution from gridlock vehicles in and around Thanet, something which will not go away.

  2. FedupB

    I was being sarcastic about the planes as we all know manston won’t be an airport.
    I agree about the gridlocked roads.

  3. Grade 2 listed, no thanks, been there done that and never again. Why anybody would want to live in the past I’ve no idea, proper double or tripple glazing, solar panels, satellite dish, paint the door a different, sorry not permitted.

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