Frylands Farm has a range of farm buildings and an outlying building, plus attractive pasture land and woodland with a river frontage to part of the land. Extending to about 90.25 acres, the farm is available as a whole or in up to six lots with a guide price of £2.4 million for the whole.
The farm is being sold for the first time in more than 100 years. The five bed farmhouse is primarily sixteenth century with later additions and alterations. Historically, there had been a house on the site since the fourteenth century. and the current owners family have been connected with the property for several generations as tenants or owners.
There is a range of older and newer farm and equestrian buildings with good potential for alternative ancillary uses (subject to consents), plus more modern barns forming the base for a mixed livestock farming operation with the land radiating off.
Other than an area of younger woodland plantation with ponds, the rest of the land is down to pasture but with several of the larger fields having previously been in arable cultivation. The southern portions of the farm all have frontage to the River Adur and there are some distant views to the South Downs.
Henfield, East Sussex
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