An attractive residential and amenity farm with 185 acres in a picturesque East Sussex location has come to the market through Savills.

Broadreed Farm is a pretty and well-located farm with an attractive five-bedroomed Grade II listed farmhouse, four additional let cottages, equestrian facilities, a range of modern and traditional farm buildings and 184.75 acres of mixed Wealden farmland.

The farm is down a long driveway, set in unspoilt East Sussex countryside, close to the attractive villages of Mayfield and Rotherfield.

The traditional Sussex tile-hung and timber-framed farmhouse is believed to date back to the 16th century. It is presented in good order, with generously proportioned rooms, good ceiling heights for its age and classical period features, including exposed beams and inglenook fireplaces. The accommodation is arranged over three floors, with three reception rooms, a study, a kitchen/breakfast room, WC, utility, five bedrooms, a shower room and a family bathroom.

There are four additional cottages subject to assured shorthold tenancies. The equestrian facilities comprise a stable block with eight stables and a sand school, as well as an old stable block which requires significant renovation or replacement.

The agricultural buildings include four large agricultural barns, one concrete portal frame barn and three steel portal frame barns.

Hannah Riches, of Savills rural agency team, said: “The sale of Broadreed Farm presents an excellent opportunity to buy a traditional lifestyle farm with the advantage of a significant residential rental income.”

Broadreed Farm is being marketed by Savills for a guide price of £4,750,000 for the whole, or in lots.

For more information, contact Savills rural agency team in the South East on 01732 879054

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