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Sandhurst Farm Shop is situated on the western outskirts of Sandhurst on the A268 road running between Hawkhurst and Northiam, which links to the A28. The property has road frontage directly onto the A268. The land and agricultural barn are situated to the south of the Farm Shop itself and provide and incoming purchaser with the opportunity of purchasing a highly versatile smallholding with an already detailed income stream. The property is broken down into three component parts which are as follows: - Farm Shop The Farm Shop is situated in the most northern part of the property to be sold and comprises a detached building split into a variety of rooms of predominantly timber frame construction with concrete floor. Outside there is a gravelled and tarmac parking area that has been used by the customers to the Farm Shop for many years with additional parking available to the south into the agricultural land if required. Agricultural Barn A detached agricultural barn of timber portal frame construction, clad in timber weatherboarding under a pitched corrugated steel roof. The barn is situated in the agricultural land parcel to the south of the farm shop and extends in total to approximately 742ft² (69m²). This building sits entirely on its own and has potential for conversion into a variety of uses subject to the necessary planning consents. Agricultural Land The parcel of agricultural land is situated directly south of the Farm Shop with access off the A268 road. The land is all currently laid to grass and cut for silage by a local dairy farmer on an informal arrangement with vacant possession available if required. The land is classified as Grade III on the Agricultural Land Classification Plan for England & Wales with soils consisting of the Cranbrook and Curtisden Soil Series of silty soils in Hasting beds that have slightly impeded drainage characteristics and can cause seasonal surface wetness. In this instance, the land is relatively free-draining with it sloping on a northerly aspect and formerly, many years ago, having been a fruit orchard. Please see the Property Particulars for further information on accommodation, planning, development uplift clause, public footpaths etc.
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Detached trading farm shop in sought after location in the High Weald of Kent, adjoining land and buildings. Agricultural land to the rear extending to approximately 5 acres.