Residential farm offers 109ac with livestock grazing potential

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    Written by Hayley Lynch

    Currently on the market is the opportunity to purchase a 109ac property, Pattendens Farm, which comprises a farmhouse and a range of outbuildings, barns and workshops.

    The farm is located at Udimore Road, Broad Oak, Rye, East Sussex, and within the High Weald Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and the sale of which is being looked after by Savills.

    The village of Broad Oak is close by and provides for a variety of amenities, while Northiam is 4.3 miles in distance, the Cinque Port town of Rye is 6.3 miles in distance and Peasmarsh is 6.1 miles in distance.

    Within easy reach is the A28/A21 which provide connections to the M25 and, in turn, London, Gatwick and Heathrow Airport to the north, and the coast to the south.

    Grazing land


    Pattendens Farm extends to 109ac of predominantly woodland and pasture.

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    However, in the past the land had previously been used for the grazing of livestock. Currently, it is being grazed by horses.

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    At the very bottom of the drive lies a range of workshops, garaging and an open-fronted barn.

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    The buildings are currently being used as workshops and for storage usage; however, they could easily be converted to provide stabling/housing for livestock.

    Pattendens farmhouse


    The dwelling is a Grade 2, red brick, restored and enlarged, two-storey farmhouse providing ample room for a family.

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    The ground floor comprises: a sitting room; a family / dining room; a kitchen; a utility room; a drawing room; a reception hall; and an entertainment room.

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    The first floor offers: a master bedroom with a dressing room and an en-suite; four further bedrooms; a family bathroom; and a mezzanine office.

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    The farmhouse is surrounded with glorious gardens and lawns, and has a cellar which is accessed externally.

    Further information


    Pattendens Farm is connected to mains electricity and water supplies, with private drainage. Central heating is provided by a ground source heat pump.

    The property also has the benefit of solar panels and a charging point for electrically powered cars in the garage.

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    The property is for sale by private treaty as whole with a guide price of £1,650,000. Viewing is by appointment only through the estate agents.

    Further information can be found on Savills’ website.

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