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West End Lane, Henfield, West Sussex, BN5


Guide Price
  • Versatile Farm Buildings
  • Including Stabling and Barns
  • Potential for Class Q Residential or other uses Subject to Consents
  • Convenient Size Fields
  • Access to River Adur
  • Quiet Rural Location
  • 19.02 Acres

An opportunity to purchase an attractive range of farm buildings and pasture land amounting to approximately 19.02 acres (7.70 hectares) situated on the rural outskirts of the popular village of Henfield, in quiet West Sussex countryside, bordered by the River Adur.

The farm lies in an enviable position in delightful rural surroundings, about 2 miles from Henfield. The buildings and land are offered for sale as detailed below:

Concrete Framed 5 Bay ATCOST Livestock Barn – 22.6m x 11.4m.
Open Sided 3 Bay Steel Frame Dutch Barn with concrete floor – 13.8m x 8.8m.
Adjoining Lean to Store – 7.4m x 2.8m.
Stable Building of mixed construction with four internal loose boxes, one pony box, feed passage and store area – 11.9m x 8.2m.
Brick Outbuilding with sliding door and divided in two – 6.1m x 4.5m & 4.9m x 4.3m.
Adjoining Brick Livestock Building – 8m x 4.4m.
Traditional timber framed Former Livestock Building now used for storage and in need of repair – 12.6m x 4m.
Small Agricultural Store with part concrete walls – 4m x 3.8m.

Relatively level block of brookland pasture land and two grass fields on higher ground, with fencing and mature hedges. There are a number of mature trees, water troughs and a drain running through part. Frontage onto the River Adur and views of the South Downs. About 19.02 acres (7.70 hectares).

Local: Henfield is about 2 miles to the east and this large thriving village includes a good range of local shops, services, health centre, library, churches, sports clubs and a theatre group.
Towns and Cities: Henfield is 41 miles south of London, 12 miles northwest of Brighton, and 30 miles north east of the county town of Chichester.
Transport: Convenient access by road via the nearby A23 (about 6 miles) and the A24 (about 7 miles).
Leisure: Hacking and walking available via public bridlepaths, footpaths and quiet country lanes.

Local Authority: Horsham District Council, Park House, North Street, Horsham, West Sussex, RH12 1RL Tel: 01403 215100 Website:
Planning and Development: Some of the buildings may have potential for conversion to residential or other uses, subject to prior planning consent or permitted development under Class Q. It is recommended that independent planning advice is sought for those wishing to explore these opportunities. Please note that offers, conditional on planning will not be considered.
Services (not checked or tested): Mains metered water and electricity. The electricity meter for the buildings is in the main house at New Inn Farm and will need to be relocated by the successful purchaser.
Tenure and Possession: Freehold with vacant possession on completion. Land Registry Title Numbers WSX411360 (part) and WSC145361.
Access and Rights of Way:
Private - The land and buildings will be granted necessary rights of way over the entrance drive, subject to a contribution towards maintenance according to user.
Public - There is a public bridlepath running along part of the west edge of the farm and a public footpath along the side of the River Adur.
Basic Payment Entitlements: It is understood that BPS entitlements are available with the farm subject to agreement excluding those relating to the 2023 farming year.
Rights and Easements: The land is sold subject to and with the benefit of rights, including rights of way, whether public or private, light, support, drainage, water, gas and electricity supplies and any other wayleaves or easements.
NB: The mineral rights are reserved to the Church Commissioners.
Plans and Areas: These are based on the Ordnance Survey and are for reference only. The purchaser shall be deemed to have satisfied himself or herself as to their accuracy and any error or misstatement shall not annul the sale or entitle any party to compensation in respect thereof.

Branch Information

Stratton House
57 Lower Street
RH20 2AZ

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