The estate has been it the same family ownership for the last 60 years, having formally been part of the Duke of Norfolk’s Estate.

Timberley Farm is set in a stunning rural location with the house and buildings within their own land. There are panoramic views over the Arun Valley to the South Downs. Timberley Farmhouse is a Grade II listed eight bedroomed property which is understood to have been built in 1815.

The farm buildings lie predominantly to the north west of the house, and include a traditional range of outbuildings. It is believed that these offer scope for alternative uses such as holiday lets, if required (subject to all prior consents being obtained). In addition there is a range of modern farm buildings.

The land lies in a single block, bisected by the railway line. Being predominantly grass it is stock farmed and includes gently undulating pasture fields as well as some rich brookland summer pastures. The grassland is interspersed with a number of woodland copses and duck flighting ponds which have supported an exceptional private pheasant and mixed wildfowl shoot including some snipe drives.

The land extends in all to approximately 437.3 acres (177.0 hectares) and is divided as follows:

  • Grassland and brookland – 353.4 acres (143.0 hectares)
  • Woodland – 64.5 acres (26.1 hectares)
  • Railway line and cutting – 6.2 acres (2.6 hectares)
  • Houses, buildings, ponds, drive etc – 13.2 acres (5.3 hectares)

Location Pulborough, West Sussex


Area 437.3 acres

Contact 01798 872081 |