Pasture supports rare breed enterprise

Property Posted 09/08/17
Whitehouse Farm, Danegate, Eridge, East Sussex is a Wealden grassland farm with a Victorian farmhouse, a range of farm buildings and stables sitting in about 63.93 acres of land.

Agents Lambert & Foster are selling Whitehouse Farm freehold as a whole or in two lots. Whitehouse Farm is in the High Weald area of outstanding natural beauty and the farmyard and buildings are to the rear of the farmhouse.

The farmland is all laid to pasture and has been used to support a rare breed pedigree beef, lamb and organic egg laying enterprise. The land is geographically divided by Blackdon Hill with a total of about 36.81 acres situated on the west side Blackdon Hill and 27.12 acres on the east which includes about 4.37 acres of woodland. This surrounds a wild flower meadow and has an abundance of bluebells and wild orchids in the spring.

The fields are divided by fence and hedge boundaries and the land is classified as grades three and four on the agricultural land classification map. The land to the east is being offered for sale as a separate lot but a sale of just lot two will not be sold until a sale of lot one has been finalised.

Location Eridge, East Sussex
Price Guide £1,650,000
Area 63.93 acres

Contact 01435 873999 | www.lambertandfoster.co.uk


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