A residential and grassland farm with a detached Victorian farmhouse, range of out-buildings, pasture and woodland.In all about 21.8 Acres
Spoods Farm. Tinkers Lane, Hadlow Down, East Sussex. TN22 4ET
Guide Price - £1,000,000
Spoods Farm once formed part of a large country estate belonging to the Marquis of Abergavenny. It is believed that the Victorian farmhouse and adjacent Oast House were originally built by the estate and we understand that this is the first time that the farm has been released to the open market for almost one hundred years. The three bedroom farmhouse, with later additions, is of brick elevations beneath a peg-tiled roof. There is a conservatory/garden room to the south-west elevation. The farmhouse benefits from alternative/supplementary energy supplies provided by a biomass heating system, wind turbine and a roof mounted hot water solar panel. The pasture at Spoods Farm extends to approximately 16.35 acres and is sub-divided into three predominantly hedge-enclosed fields. The native broadleaf woodland with cleared rides and natural streams adjoins the pasture and extends to approximately 11.26 acres. Spoods Farm extends in all to about 28.13 acres.