Knights Farm is situated within the village of Lower Dicker, just outside of the High Weald Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty that stretches to the north.
The farmhouse is thought to date back to the late 19th century/early 20th century and is surrounded by a small lawned garden with a lovely outlook over the farmland. The accommodation is now in need of modernisation and refurbishment.
Located to the north of the farmhouse and set in and around an extensive concreted yard area, the farm buildings at Knights Farm are a range of traditional and more modern structures, in varying states of repair. The total building complex and yard area covers about 1.68 acres of land with the combined foot print of all the outbuildings equating to just over 2,000m².
The farmhouse and the farm yard complex are surrounded by an attractive run of permanent pasture extending northwards to about 41.04 acres, largely Wealden Clay Formation and classified as Grade 3.
The land is generally flat and has been managed by way of cropping and the grazing of livestock, sub-divided into stock fenced field parcels. The whole is enclosed by a combination of traditional hedgerows, mature tree screens and stock proof fencing.
Hailsham, East Sussex