A 100-acre farm with a farm shop, café, butchery and equestrian facilities has come to the market in the heart of the South Downs.
Sandilands Farm has been in the same family for many years and offers a diversified income as well as natural capital opportunities.
The picturesque farm includes just over 102 acres of arable land and pasture with a small amount of mature woodland and more than 12,000 sq ft of buildings, including Sandilands Equestrian Centre. There is a fishing lake, used by angling clubs, and the River Rother runs through the middle of the farm. The farm also benefits from an abstraction licence.
The current owners previously gained planning permission to convert the farm building into five luxury holiday lets which has since lapsed, though a new owner may be able to re-establish the permission.
The property is close to the popular town of Midhurst, which has a range of amenities including restaurants, pubs and shops, as well as to the commuting towns of Petersfield and Liphook.
Geoffrey Jones, from the farm agency team at Savills Winchester, said: “Sandilands Farm is in a fantastic location with excellent communication links and would lend itself to tourism, commercial development, traditional farming and equestrian uses, subject to gaining the necessary consents.”
Sandilands Farm has a guide price of £2.5million.
For more information, contact Savills on 01962 857441