A grass farm in a superb rural location with a rare opportunity to develop a substantial equestrian property with consent for detached cottage and equestrian/agricultural complex. 96.4 acres
The Farm is set in lovely countryside close to the West Sussex/Surrey border with views from certain parts of the farm over delightful countryside, framed by distant wooded hills. Hacking is available via a public bridlepath, and the village of Northchapel is a short walk away with a village shop and other amenities. The general area is extremely sought after lying within striking distance of Haslemere, Petworth and Midhurst.
Haslemere is approximately 5 miles to the north west with a variety of independent shops, restaurants and a mainline train service to London (Waterloo). The historic town of Petworth lies about 5.5 miles to the south and beyond is Goodwood which plays host to events such as horse racing, golf and The Festival of Speed.
The farm lies in single block of mainly grassland, and is ideal for those wishing to follow equestrian or agricultural pursuits, and build their own property.
It includes planning consent for a detached cottage and equestrian facilities, together with the existing farm buildings, which comprise:
Substantial lock up storage barn, 60ft x 45ft (18.2m x 13.7m), timber clad with two eaves height roller doors.
Recently built ‘L’ shaped steel framed agricultural barn 80ft x 32ft (24.3m x 9.7m) and 65 ft x 32 ft (19.8m x 9.7m), sectional concrete and space board walling.
Steel framed covered stock yard, 72 ft x 56 ft. (21.9m x 17m).
Timber cubicle shed, 47ft x 21ft (14.3 x 6.4m).
Two old timber stables, approximately 12ft x 12ft (3.6m x 3.6m each).
The land lies in a single attractive block with pasture fields bordered by traditional mature hedging and fencing and some attractive woodland and a beautiful lake. It extends to approximately 96.4 acres (39.01 ha).
1. Planning consent has been granted for the construction of a traditional styled detached 2 storey cottage (approximately 1,266 sq.ft.), subject to an agricultural/equestrian tie (ref. SDNP/19/04441).
2. Planning consent has been granted (reference: SDNP/18/00474) to replace the stock barn and cubicle shed with an impressive equestrian/agricultural complex which will include a stable yard with ten stables, feed and tack room, carriage room, welfare room and barn, together with a 60m x 20m outdoor sand school, for private equestrian use.
More land and consent for further house also available.