The private smallholding is available in three lots. Lot one is Lower Barn farmhouse and 5.12 acres. It was converted in 2013 and adjoins the original part of the house with brick elevations and a clay tile roof.
The property offers versatile accommodation with the ability to divide the house into two to create a one/two bedroom annexe, subject to the necessary planning consents. The house is at the end of a long driveway with a turning circle and parking as well as extensive grounds mainly laid to lawn.
Lot two is the workshop and outbuildings on 0.88 acres. There are a number of outbuildings, which are currently used for storage and as a workshop, located off the drive. The agents say these buildings lend themselves to a number of uses such as the housing of livestock or equestrian purposes.
Lot three is 30.53 acres and lot four 48.39 acres of agricultural land which is permanent pasture and woodland. The land has been regularly grazed over the years by sheep and horses and is currently in good condition.
The woodland is split into small blocks across the holding and comprises oak, willow, ash, holly and cedar trees and has been managed continuously. There is a water connection to some fields. In addition there are some small ponds and an apple orchard.
Robertsbridge, East Sussex £1.425 million 84.91 acres
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