The farmhouse was converted in the 1990’s by the current owners and comprises a detached Sussex Barn with a wealth of traditional features, three bedrooms and good-sized gardens.
The property extends to 74.95 acres and includes 56 acres of arable and temporary grass, 15 acres of permanent pasture and 1.5 acres of woodland shaw interspersed across the property.
The farm buildings include:
- The Granary – a period brick building with a tiled roof (31’ x 26’)
- General purpose barn – a three bay concrete and steel frame barn (34’ x 94’) with four sectional stables and general storage areas
- Covered yard – a five bay galvanised steel frame building (30’ x 75’)
- Galvanised circular grain silo
Anthony Field, director at BTF Partnership, said: “This is an excellent opportunity to buy a small working farm which has been in the same family ownership since the 1800’s. Given the proximity to the coast, there may be an opportunity to diversify into holiday cottages or other tourism enterprises, or to expand farming and equestrian interests, subject to the necessary consents being obtained.”
North Downs, Kent
01435 864455 | www.btfpartnership.co.uk