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Property Description

A traditional Sussex residential and grassland
farm with a detached farmhouse (subject to A.O.C) and a range of agricultural outbuildings.

-Deatched 3/4 Bedroom Farmhouse (Subject to A.O.C)
- Cottage gardens with small lake
-Boradleaf woodland
- Range of agricultural outbuildings

The detached single storey three/four bedroom farmhouse is understood to have been constructed in the mid 1950's and is of brick, render and tile hung elevations beneath a predominantly tiled roof, with a profile metal sheeting roof over the garage, and felted roof over the Utility Room, Sun Room and Bedroom 2. The farmhouse is subject to an Agricultural Occupancy Condition limiting occupancy to "persons employed locally in agriculture, as defined in section 119 (1) of the Town and Country Planning Act 1947 or (subject to the consent of the Local Planning Authority) by the dependents of such persons". Further details
available from the agents.

Fully enclosed Entrance Porch with tiled floor, fitted shelf and inner door to: Hallway with storage cupboard and access hatch to roof space.

Living Room (17'.1" x 14'.7") triple aspect with bay window, open fireplace with stone tile surround and glazed tile hearth, flanked by fitted book shelving and a small log store.

Dining Room/ Bedroom 4 (11'7" x10')

Kitchen/ Breakfast Room (13.5''' x 10'.7") fitted wall and base storage units with inset electric double oven, electric hob with extractor hood above, and stainless-steel sink set into worktop.
Utility Room double aspect, space and plumbing for washing machine, door to outside.

Master Bedroom (20'.1" x 17'.1") double aspect, built-in wardrobes and storage cupboards, door to outside terrace. En-Suite Bathroom with panelled bath, pedestal washbasin, and W.C.

Bedroom 2 (17'.5" x 14'.8") double aspect, built-in wardrobes and storage cupboards, door to outside terrace.

Bedroom 3 (11'.7" x 10'.2") built-in wardrobe.
Family Bathroom, panelled bath, pedestal wash basin, and W.C.

Integral Garage/Workshop (39'.7" x 22'.4") with twin 'up and over' electronically operated doors. Photovoltaic Panels are mounted on the garage roof.


The delightful gardens surrounding the farmhouse have been lovingly maintained and cherished by the vendors and include areas of lawn to each side of the front 'in and out' drive, interspersed with a variety of trees, shrubs and flowerbeds. The rear garden to the western elevation provides stunning views of the Sussex countryside and comprise a mixture of lawn, paved terrace, flower beds, and a productive vegetable garden, together with a Glasshouse and timber-framed Greenhouse. Fields adjoin the southern side of the gardens, whilst a small lake, surrounded by lawn, shrubs and trees is located to the north of the farmhouse and farm drive.

The land is predominantly pasture, sub-divided into hedge/fenced enclosed fields, with a single block of native broadleaf woodland to the southern boundary, and woodland shaws to the north and north east.

BPS Entitlements are available by separate negotiation. The Vendors have made the 2019 claim and will retain the payment. The purchaser(s) will be required to comply with the Cross-Compliance Rules from the date of completion until 31st December 2019 and indemnify the Vendors against any breach committed during this period.

A driveway leading from the farmhouse access culminates in a yard area and a range of agricultural outbuildings including: The Former Milking Parlour (39'.8 x 16.5') is attached to the eastern elevation of the farmhouse garage and is of concrete block and brick elevations beneath a fibre cement roof. The building is currently sub-divided into stalls, with connectingdoors to the farmhouse garage, Former Dairy (11'.11'' x 12'.3'') and Bull Pen (16'.2'' x 35'.2'').
Five-bay concrete portal frame Barn (43'.5" x 73'10") of corrugated fibre cement sheeting, block and timber elevations beneath a corrugated fibre cement roof, with attached timber-framed Hay Barn of corrugated metal sheeting and Yorkshire Board elevations beneath a corrugated metal sheeting roof. A Silage Clamp is located to the south of the barns.

The purchaser must satisfy themselves on the location of all boundaries from the Land Registry documentation available.

The property is sold subject to and with the benefit of all existing rights whether public or private including rights of way, supply, drainage, water and electricity supplies or other rights, covenants, restrictions and obligations, quasi-easement and all wayleaves whether referred to or not in these particulars.
A single footpath crosses the property to north. Further details available from the agents.

Sporting rights are in hand and included within the freehold sale, in so far as they are owned.

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The property will be sold subject to a 30% overage provision, that will be triggered in the event of planning consent being granted for additional residential dwellings within a period of 30 years from the date of sale.

In accordance with the Anti - Money Laundering Regulations, we are now required to obtain proof of identification for purchasers.


Mains electricity and water, private drainage. Oil-fired central heating. Photovoltaic Panels.

Wealden District Council

Council Tax Band F

The farm will be available with vacant possession upon completion.

The fixtures and fittings mentioned in the description of the property will be included in the sale. All other fixtures and fittings to be excluded but

Proceeding south from the village green in Rushlake Green, continue for approximately 1.5 miles on the Cowbeech Road, whereafter the entrance to Morgans Farm will be found on the left-hand side. Alternatively, from The Merrie Harriers Public House in Cowbeech, Morgans Farm will be found on the right-hand side after approximately 1 mile.


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Cowbeech Road, Rushlake Green, Heathfield, East Sussex, TN21

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