The farm is separated into five closely located blocks around the hamlet of Luddesdown. In total, the farm extends to 746.73 acres of organic arable land, pasture land and woodland, with modern farm buildings, three residential properties and a farm office.
The land has been farmed under an arable rotation of winter wheat, oilseed rape, spring wheat, peas and linseed, along with permanent leys. It has been well managed over the years under an organic farming system.
While there is no formal shoot in place, the natural topography and location of woodland would form the basis of a challenging shoot in an attractive setting.
The farm includes three residential properties: Meadow View and 88 Brookers Cottage, next to the farmyard at Brookers Farm, and Court Lodge Flat, on the lower ground floor of the office complex at Court Lodge Farm.
In addition to the residential properties, the substantial farm office at Court Lodge could be converted into residential use, subject to the necessary consents.
The land has extensive road frontage, which, together with a network of good internal tracks, ensures that the land is well connected and easily accessible.
Richard Mann, of Savills farm agency team in the South East, said: “Court and Brookers Farm is a substantial holding set within a spectacular landscape. The sale offers the chance for farmers and investors alike to purchase a block of productive organic farmland, in an area where such opportunities rarely come to the market.”
Court and Brookers Farm is available as a whole, for a guide price of £7.5m, or in lots.
Luddesdown, Kent £7.5 million 746.73 acres