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Bodle Street Green, Hailsham, East Sussex, BN27

£750,000

Guide Price
  • Available as a Whole or in 4 Lots
  • In the High Weald AONB
  • Close to popular Bodle Street Green village
  • Market town of Hailsham about 6.8 miles
  • 52 acres of Grade 3 Permanent pasture and woodland

A rare opportunity to purchase approximately 52 acres of permanent pasture and woodland situated in the High Weald AONB. The land is located in an attractive position surrounded by beautiful open countryside and is available as a whole or in 4 lots.

Situation
Attwood Farm is located in an attractive position surrounded by beautiful open countryside.
The Property is close to the popular village of Bodle Street Green and the larger market town of Hailsham is approximately 6.8 miles distant to the south.
For those with equestrian aspirations there is a network of country lanes, nearby bridleways, and TROT access in close proximity to the property.
The Land is located on Victoria Road heading North from Bodle Street Green.

Description
The Land comprises approximately 52 acres of Grade 3 permanent pasture and woodland. The land is available as a whole or in 4 lots and the lots can be described as follows:

Lot 1 – Guide Price £175,000
Extends to 12.12 acres in total and comprises 11.03 acres of permanent pasture and approximately 0.91 acres of mature broadleaf woodland. Access is via a right of way across the relevant part of the track-coloured brown on the attached plan. The boundaries are a combination of mature hedgerow and post and rail stock fencing. The parcel is largely level but slopes downward towards the woodland shaw to the north of the parcel. There is an electricity pylon located on the track which forms part of this lot. Access is required from time to time by the electricity board for maintenance etc. The wayleave in relation to this pylon will be transferred to the purchaser.

Lot 2 - STC

Lot 3 – STC

Lot 4 – Guide Price £245,000
Extends to 17.33 acres in total and comprises 14.74 acres of permanent pasture and 2.59 acres of mature broad leaf woodland. Access is via a right of way across the relevant part of the track-coloured brown on the attached plan. The boundaries are a combination of mature hedgerow and post and rail stock fencing.
There is a TROT bridleway which runs along the access track and then branches along the northern edge of Coneyburrow Shaw and leaves the property in the south west corner of Lot 4. There is a license in place for the TROT bridleway. The license can be transferred to the purchaser if desired or we understand that this agreement can be brought to an end with 3 months’ notice (TBC). There is an electricity pylon located in this lot. Access is required from time to time by the electricity board for maintenance etc. The wayleave in relation to this pylon will be transferred to the purchaser.

Lot 5 – Guide Price £180,000
Extends to 11.90 acres of level permanent pasture. Access is via a right of way across the relevant part of the track-coloured brown on the attached plan. This lot is currently accessible via Lot 4 or Lot 6. . If purchased separately from these lots, the purchaser will be granted a right of way over a route to be agreed. The boundaries are a combination of mature hedgerow and post and rail stock fencing. Please note: the boundary between Lots 5 and 6 is not currently stock proof.

Lot 6 – Guide Price £150,000
Extends to 10.59 acres in total and comprises 9.57 acres of permanent pasture and approximately 1.02 acres of mature broadleaf woodland. Access is via a right of way across the relevant part of the track-coloured brown on the attached plan. The boundaries are a combination of mature hedgerow and post and rail stock fencing. There is an electricity pylon located in this lot. Access is required from time to time by the electricity board for maintenance etc. The wayleave in relation to this pylon will be transferred to the purchaser.

Lot 7 – Sold STC

Access and Public Rights of Way
There are several footpaths crossing the property. There is also a TROT path, being a permissive bridleway, which enters from the north of the access track, crosses in to Lot 4 and leaves the property in the south west corner of Lot 4. We understand that this agreement can be brought to an end with 3 months’ notice (TBC). Alternatively, the purchaser could take on the license from the Vendor.
All lots will be sold with a right of access from the public highway. Lot 1 and Lots 4-7 are accessible via the track-coloured brown on the attached plan. Each user will be responsible for a contribution to the maintenance of the track which they use for access.

Overage
The Vendor will retain an overage across the whole of the property at 25% for a period of 40 years to cover any residential development beyond one single residential property. It shall also cover any commercial development. It is intended that the overage payment will be triggered by the implementation of the planning permission or the sale of the land with the benefit of planning permission. Whichever is the sooner.

Restrictive Covenant
For the benefit of the vendors retained property, the land will be sold subject to a Restrictive Covenant preventing the following:
Not to use the Property for the permanent siting of caravans or mobile homes for either private or commercial use.
Not to use the property for the installation of commercial renewable energy equipment or battery storage facilities, including but not limited to solar panels or wind turbines.

Wayleaves and Easements
The relevant wayleave agreements for the electricity cables will be transferred to the purchaser.

Basic Payment Scheme and Entitlements
We understand that the land is registered with the Rural Payments Agency and the Basic Payment Scheme has been claimed by the Vendor. To confirm, no Basic Payment Scheme Entitlements will be included in the sale or transferred upon completion of the sale.
There is not currently any Environmental or Countryside Stewardship Scheme in place on the land.

Sporting and Timber
All sporting and timber rights are in hand.

Plans and Areas
These are based on the Ordinance Survey and are for reference only. The purchaser shall be deemed to have satisfied themselves as to their accuracy and any error or misstatement shall not annul the sale or entitle any party to compensation in respect thereof.

Rights of Way
The land is sold subject to and with the benefits of rights, including rights of way, whether public or private, light, support, drainage, water, gas and electricity supplied and any other wayleaves or easements. There are several public rights of way crossing the property.

Branch Information

Tunbridge Wells Professional
1 London Road
Tunbridge Wells
TN1 1DH

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