The property offers scope to hobby farm, adapt for equestrian uses (subject to planning) or simply enjoy the surroundings.
The farmhouse is a period oast house converted in the early 1970s in cottage style gardens. In addition there is a secondary dwelling, which lies to the west of the oast house and is a detached four bedroom bungalow.
To the north west of the oast house are the various farm buildings which are grouped around a hard standing yard. They comprise a Tyler four bay concrete frame barn which has B1 planning consent; a similar building opposite incorporating four stables; garaging and a storage area; and a hay barn/tractor store of timber construction.
The land is predominantly pasture and amounts to about 35 acres in total, lying mainly to the east, south east and west of the farmstead. The fields are all hedge or fence enclosed, several with water connected.
Summerhill Oast Farm is being offered for sale as a whole, with a guide price of £1.295 million.