One of the Tonbridge area’s most recognisable landmarks, the Hadlow Tower, has been placed on the market.
The striking building was formerly owned by the Vivat Trust, which won a £2.6million Heritage Lottery award for its full restoration in 2008.
But since the organisation went into liquidation last month, the 19th century building, which had occasionally been open to the public, has remained closed.
The Grade I listed property is now for sale through property specialists Eddisons, which has not released a guide price, due to its unique design.
The tower was built in 1839 by wealthy businessman Walter May to house his wife, who he suspected was cheating on him.