The land is split into a variety of enclosures by mature hedgerows, fencing and Wealden Ponds and has a guide price of £500,000.
The soils consist of the Thorne and Hildenborough soil series of clayey and loamey or silty over clayey soils in Wealden clays that are heavily associated with this area of the Low Weald of Kent and are suitable for a variety of uses including cereals and grass production.
The land is currently farmed under a Farm Business Tenancy agreement with vacant possession of the land available in February 2019. The current tenant last ploughed and planted the land with a cereal crop approximately three years ago although has more recently planted the land with a three to five year Grass Ley which is in good order throughout.
Alex Cornwallis at BTF Partnership comments: “This is a fantastic opportunity for a local farmer to increase their holding size with an accessible parcel of land which has potential for a variety of uses including cereals. Access is directly off Cripple Hill to the south and the land provides several amenity features with its Wealden ponds and far reaching views to the Kent Downs.”
High Halden, Kent
About 58.37 acres