There is also a part converted stone outbuilding with potential for a cottage (subject to relevant planning consents), further brick and stone barn, stables, farm buildings, a garden and grounds including 15 acres of woodland.
The remainder is grassland in about 93.5 acres. Batcheller Monkhouse, the agents, say there is complete privacy and seclusion with farmland views, yet the farm is only one mile from Battle town centre and 1.8 miles from the mainline station.
The principal farm buildings are of mixed ages and construction. One section is stone and tile, and formed into three loose boxes with other storage areas, the remainder being original pole barns clad with corrugated iron and currently used for cattle, hay and machinery storage. The total area is about 6,250 square feet.
There are about 15 acres of mixed woodland, 9.3 acres of which was planted in 1997, with the remainder being hedge enclosed pasture fields with sheep proof fencing and water connected. In addition there is an attractive and secluded pond.
Battle, East Sussex
Guide: £2,000,000 – £2,200,000
93.5 acres and 15 acres of woodland
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