Two blocks of farmland between Hartfield and Edenbridge, totalling more than 200 acres, are being marketed by Savills.

 The first is in East Sussex to the south of Kent Water and amounts to just over 134 acres. The southern boundary abuts the A264, from which there is access. The farmland consists of about 119 acres of attractive rolling pastureland, classified as Grade 3. There are also two main amenity blocks of broadleaf woodland known as Sussex House Wood and Little Heathersome’s Wood, with an abundance of flora and fauna together with extensive wildlife habitats. 

 The second block is in Kent and north of Kent Water, extending to just over 77 acres in total, with 66.8 acres of similarly attractive rolling pastureland, also classified as Grade 3. The woodland comprises a selection of small belts and extends to about 9.3 acres. There is separate access to Butterwell Hill, which leads into the village of Cowden.

 Chris Spofforth, head of Savills farm agency in the South East, commented: “These two parcels of land are big enough to be an enticing addition to an existing local holding and equally they have great amenity or environmental appeal. Opportunities like these and in this area are few and far between.”

 Much of the land in both lots is down as temporary pasture and has been arable cropped until recently. The block of 134 acres to the south of Kent Water has a guide price of £950,000, while the farmland to the north has a guide price of £550,000.

 For more information, contact Chris Spofforth at Savills on 07812 965379