Rarely does a block of south-sloping pastureland offering such spectacular southerly views over Bewl Water, which straddles the boundary between Kent and East Sussex, come up for sale. The land, forming part of Ladymeads Farm off Bewlbridge Lane near Wadhurst, extends to nearly 32 acres and is being offered for sale by R H & R W Clutton in two lots.

 Well established shaws of beech, oak, chestnut and pine run along and down the northern and eastern sides of this well-established pasture ground, and at the southern end a track leads through a further shaw to a rewilded paddock abutting the reservoir.

The land was organic for 30 years and registered with the Soil Association until recently, and it benefited from a Countryside Stewardship agreement which ran out in 2020. 

James Tillard, from the company’s rural agency, said he was anticipating strong interest given the land’s position and location down a quiet, dead-end lane. 

For the two lots there is an overall guide price of £415,000.

Further details are available from: JamesT@rhrwclutton.co.uk Tel: 01342 305825