A significant investment opportunity to acquire a let farm of almost 200 acres in West Sussex, has come to the market through Savills.

Home Farm is between Crawley, Crawley Down and Copthorne, within 7.2 miles of Gatwick Airport, close to the proposed Crabbet Park new village to the west and adjoining Copthorne Golf Club to the north.

The farmland extends to about 170 acres and is predominantly permanent pasture and arable land, the majority of which is classified as Grade 3. There are also just over 15.5 acres of woodland, which forms the southernmost area of Kings Wood, an area of ancient woodland.

The agricultural buildings include steel framed buildings as well as a range of dilapidated traditional brick buildings, which are in need of significant restoration but have potential for alternative uses, subject to planning permission.

Home Farm is let under an Agricultural Holdings Act (AHA) tenancy.

Chris Spofforth, of Savills rural agency team in the South East, said: “The sale of Home Farm is a significant and exciting investment opportunity to purchase a 193-acre let farm with a range of buildings. Despite the semi-rural position, the farm is conveniently located within excellent reach of transport links.”

Home Farm is being marketed by Savills for a guide price of £1,250,000.

For more information, contact Savills rural agency team in the South East on 07812 965379 or 07967 555724