Savills are marketing a farm near the popular West Sussex village of Cuckfield, with some outstanding views towards the South Downs.
Bought in 1972, Barnsnape Farm has been in the ownership of the same family for more than 40 years. The farm extends to about 190 acres, with a grade two listed farmhouse, detached annexe, traditional buildings (with potential for redevelopment to residential use, subject to the necessary planning consents) and some modern, but somewhat dilapidated, farm buildings on the eastern fringe.
Wealden farmland surrounds the farmstead and is predominantly in arable rotation with occasional copses, shaws and larger areas of woodland, offering sporting potential. Access is good with workable road frontage to both Broxmead and Deaks Lane and the soils are classified as grade three. Most of the farmland is lotted to provide larger blocks of arable land, with smaller lots offering amenity potential.
Barnsnape Farm is being offered for sale as a whole or up to four lots, with a guide price of £3.5 million for the whole.
Cuckfield, West Sussex