Useful outbuildings

Property Posted 02/01/18
Rices Farm is midway between the villages of Hambledon and Chiddingfold in Surrey.

Rices Farm is a Guildway bungalow, built in 1983 and is subject to an agricultural occupancy condition. The property has elevations of brick beneath a pan tiled roof and has views over the fields to woodland beyond.

Rices Farm has a well enclosed south facing garden and three useful outbuildings. Beyond the fields there is a mature mixed woodland, much of which is oak, beech and silver birch, which runs down to a stream along the boundary.

The property is approached via a long winding driveway. There is a good size south facing garden which is enclosed by mature hedgerow.

The garden is mainly laid to lawn and well stocked with various mature trees and shrubs.

Along the eastern side of the drive there is a large five bay, open sided, steel framed, agricultural building; a small orchard; and two good sized brick buildings which would be suitable for a variety of uses (subject to any necessary consents).

The remainder of the land comprises two large pasture fields (totalling about seven acres) and a bordering mixed woodland (about nine acres). Batcheller Monkhouse are the agents.

Location Chiddingfold, Surrey
Price Guide £900,000
Area 16.25 acres

Contact 01798 87081 |

Tweets from @southeastfarmer