“We expect a good level of enquiries for this new instruction in the parish of Rolvenden,” said Lambert and Foster’s Rural Agency Director Alan Mummery, highlighting the benefits of Kensham Farmland.

Kensham Farmland is located mid-way between the villages of Rolvenden and Sandhurst in Kent and is a ring-fenced block of some 68 acres of traditional Wealden pasture. The land presents some potential development opportunities as the sale includes two sites of former hoppers’ huts which could have potential for residential or holiday let use, subject to the necessary planning permissions.

Alan Mummery commented: ‘’This is a rare beast with very little land coming to the market generally, but in this particular location there is a history of long-term ownership amongst the local farmers so early viewings are recommended.’’ He went on: ‘’Our clients ceased hop growing in the late sixties and one of the pair of hopper hut sites is in remarkably good condition considering its age.  More recently the land has been let for hay and sheep grazing.’’

Full details are available at lambertandfoster.co.uk