An attractive grassland farm with some arable and areas of woodland measuring approximately 138.23 acres has come to the market with Batcheller Monkhouse. 

The farm is situated in a secluded rural location with its own lake set down a private drive, at the end of which is a farmhouse and detached annexe. Outbuildings include a fishing lodge and an extensive range of farm buildings totalling just over 17,000 sq ft.

Clayhill Farm is situated in an attractive rural location with the majority of the land made up of grassland and woodland, in all adding up to approximately 138 acres.

The house and annexe provide excellent accommodation situated in gardens and grounds with views over the lake. The main farm buildings are made up of a machinery and hay store, a feed store and main barn.

The farmhouse offers a flexible layout with the potential to further develop the house, with the main accommodation consisting of an impressive vaulted sitting room and dining room with exposed oak beams and exceptional views over the garden to the lake beyond. There is also a mezzanine study level. Off the dining area are two rooms, the first a fully equipped dual aspect kitchen breakfast room and the second a triple aspect garden room with access to the paved terrace with views over the lake.

There is a master bedroom suite and a further two double en-suite bedrooms. There is a large loft room which could be converted to provide a further bedroom suite.

The garage block was converted into residential usage over ten years ago and boasts an open plan kitchen/dining and sitting room with a wood burning stove. Upstairs there are two double bedrooms.

The fishing lodge is situated on the west side of the lake with woodland behind and away from the house, with its own separate access from the main driveway culminating in a parking area. The Lodge comprises an open plan room with a kitchenette and a shower room and separate WC. Outside The Lodge has partially covered decked terrace directly onto and overlooking the lake.

The land is made up of a mix of grassland pasture and woodland, with the majority of the land set to grassland made up of six blocks of pasture measuring approximately 87 acres. There are two main areas of ancient and semi-natural woodland totalling approximately 18 acres and 17 acres with smaller areas of woodland interspersed throughout the farm.

The modern farm buildings comprise the main barn measuring approximately 240’ in length with large vehicle access at each end and separate access to the side. Within the main barn is a workshop and mezzanine level divided into three rooms. Recently installed on the roof is a 8KW solar system with battery storage. The machinery and hay barn is open sided with an attached log store and a grain and feed store with farm vehicle access.

For an appointment to view please contact Tunbridge Wells office: 01892 512020