A mixed arable and grassland farm, incorporating a sizable range of traditional and modern farm buildings, a three-bed semi-detached cottage and a large block of in-hand woodland with associated sporting rights is for sale by informal tender with Samuel & Son.
Boarsney Farm extends in total to about 274.14 acres, comprising a large block of in-hand woodland and a mix of arable and grass land, modern and traditional farm buildings and a three-bedroom farm cottage, subject to a secure Agricultural Holdings Act tenancy.
The semi-detached cottage with about 1,500 sq ft of accommodation is arranged over three floors, comprising three bedrooms, a bathroom, living room, kitchen/dining room and a utility/boot room. There is off-road parking to the front of the cottage and an attached garage and a useful sized garden with access to a large pond.
The land is found in two blocks; 150.6 acres to the north of the Bodiam Road and to the south side of the road, a further 69.48 acres of pasture beyond the farm buildings complex. The land is listed as Grade 3 and is in a low flood risk area and a nitrate vulnerable zone. The soil is made up of a mixture of slowly permeable, seasonally wet, slightly acid but base-rich loamy and clayey soils with impeded drainage.
The farm buildings are mostly set around a concrete yard area, the site plan giving measurements and approximate locations of the buildings and their uses. These include two cattle sheds, a Dutch barn, a farm store, a farm office/old dairy and traditional Sussex Barn, with scope for improvement and further development.
The in-hand woodlands extend to approximately 54.06 acres of ancient and semi-natural woodland, subject to a woodland grant scheme managed by English Woodlands.
Situated in the High Weald Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, the farm is set in a wonderful rural location on a ridge which runs to the north of the village of Robertsbridge and just to the west of the East Sussex and Kent border