- A total of 16,079 sq. Ft of outbuildings
- 18 well-appointed internal stables with scope to create further stabling
- 40m x 20m sand school with rubber surface
- Grade II land
- All year turn out
- Open barn for hay and bedding
- Ample hard standing, car and lorry parking
- Four commercial units with shared WC and kitchen facilities
- Currently operating as a successful livery business and arable farm
- River access to River Ouse and River Bevern
- Licenced hacking directly onto the old disused railway leading to network of bridleways
- Beautifully maintained
Potential permitted development
An impressive Farm and Equestrian set up spanning an expansive 75 acres, nestled in a beautifully quiet and peaceful setting just 4 miles outside of Lewes, East Sussex.
Mill Farm offers a versatile set up for a wide range of Equestrian disciplines. The 21 internal American barn style stables are all neatly presented and well-appointed. The 20m x 40m arena with a rubber surface and post and rail fencing and paddocks are well fenced, with post and stock fencing, and all year turn out is possible. The outbuildings provide a large area for Agricultural storage and plenty of scope to add additional stabling. The yard benefits from large areas of hard standing for car and lorry parking as well as storage space for hay and straw.
Outbuildings and Commercial Units
The convenience of a total of 16,079 sq. ft of outbuildings provides substantial scope. The Agricultural Barns provide good space for storage, workshops, or converting into additional equestrian facilities(STP). The property also features four commercial units, with a shared kitchen and WC facilities, offering prospects for rental income or personal use. Whether you choose to expand your equestrian business or farming ventures, there are a range of outbuildings to accommodate your needs.
Mill Farm boast a blend of equestrian and arable land, making it an ideal investment for both farming and equestrian interests. With some 75 acres of Grade II quality land, Mill Farm is a testament to its potential for successful arable farming. With a track record of producing high yields of quality crops including corn and wheat. River access to the River Ouse and River Bevern add a scenic beauty to the landscape. The river Ouse does have a run of seatrout and the fishing rights have been let in the past to a local Angling Club.
This farm's versatility makes it perfect for various equestrian and farming uses, from expanding the livery business to embracing different forms of arable agriculture. The well-maintained land ensures a seamless transition for a new owner.
Rights of Way, Easements and Wayleaves
The property is sold subject to contract 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 and all wayleaves whether referred to or not within sales particulars. Other than the disused railway and tarmac track, no footpath or bridleway run across the fields.
The farm buildings are not within the South Downs National Park or within an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.
The plans provided are for identification purposes only and purchasers should satisfy themselves on the location of external and internal boundaries prior to offering.
Barcombe is a popular village located just 4 miles out of Lewes with many benefits including a school, village pub, and post office. Lewes town offers an excellent range of shops and amenities and the station has links to London in just over an hour and Brighton in under 20 minutes. Additionally, Lewes offers a wide range of popular cafes, old inns and restaurants as well as a farmers market held the first weekend of every month. The internationally recognised Glyndebourne Opera House is only a ten-minute drive from Mill Farm and local, high-quality sports facilities offer great opportunities for both adults and children. Am excellent choice of infant and primary schools are close by, as are Priory Secondary School, Sussex Downs College and Lewes Old Grammar School.