Two miles from Crowborough, Sweethaws Farm has been in the same family ownership for more than 60 years. The six bedroom unlisted detached farmhouse was extended in the 1930s and again in the 1960s. Around the same time a pair of semi detached farm buildings in the courtyard were also converted into two cottages, the larger with three bedrooms and the smaller cottage with two bedrooms. There is also a detached three bedroom colt bungalow.
Originally a dairy and beef farm, the buildings are arranged into two courtyards of period and modern buildings. The period buildings offer the possibility of change of use into further residential accommodation. The modern buildings are about 11,000 square feet and include grain storage.
The land is divided into 108 acres of arable, 46 acres of pasture used for grazing and haymaking and 51 acres of woodland, with potential for a small family shoot.
Ashdown Forest, East Sussex
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