A rare opportunity to purchase a smallholding with detached farmhouse, range of general purpose farm buildings (two with residential consents) and good sized yards, all in a rural location with access to main line stations. In all approximately 22.02 acres. Situated down a rural country lane known as Haviker Street in the Low Weald of Kent, Brandenbury Farm is tucked away in an entirely rural location with easy access to local facilities and amenities. Brandenbury Farm comprises a small Wealden Farm extending to a total of approximately 22.02 acres in an area of Kent known as the Low Weald. Views are far reaching to the east and north over owned farmland across the Weald and up to the Greensand Ridge. The property itself has a range of component parts that could provide an incoming purchaser with the opportunity to live in a character appropriate farmhouse with the potential of additional income via residential, commercial or industrial lets with the security of the additional land. The main component parts of the property are as follows:- Farmhouse A detached 3-bed farmhouse of predominantly solid brick construction under a pitched clay tiled roof with tile hung upper elevations and a conservatory extension to the south. There are character features throughout with the main living room providing a brick fire place with Bressumer beam. Outside there are large lawned and landscaped gardens to the front, side and rear with the main access to the farm running to the north of the Farmhouse. There is ample off-road parking and a gravel driveway. The Farmhouse has an EPC rating of F. Buildings To the north and east of the Farmhouse are the Farm Buildings and Yards at Brandenbury Farm which fall into two categories; a Top Yard which is still entirely agricultural with no residential consents and a Bottom Yard where two of the buildings have formal residential consents. Please refer to the Detailed Yard & Buildings Plan within the Property Particulars which identifies the individual buildings. The Land The Land at Brandenbury Farm is classified as Grade III on the Agricultural Land Classification Plan for England & Wales and surrounds the Farmhouse, Buildings and Yards. The land extends in total to approximately 20 acres which is all currently laid to grass. The land is cut for silage and / or hay throughout the spring and summer. The Vendor lets a local farmer graze the land with sheep over the winter if required. Please see the Property Particulars for further information on history, descriptions, maps & plans etc.
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An opportunity to purchase a smallholding with detached farmhouse with range of general purpose farm buildings, two with residential consents.