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BEST AND FINAL OFFERS ARE INVITED BY 12 PM ON MONDAY 16TH SEPTEMBER 2019 Lower Deans Farmhouse including extensive modern farm buildings, two telephone masts and pasture, arable and woodland extending in all to some 214 acres/86.60 ha. Other lots available.

OVERVIEW: Please read these supplemental details for Lot 1 in conjunction with the main farm brochure. Please note at time of remarketing (August 2019) sales have been arranged of Lots 2,3 and 4.

LOT 1D:  Lower Deans Farm including extensive modern farm buildings, two telephone masts and pasture, arable and woodland, extending in all to some 214 acres/86.60 ha

The land lies within a ring fenced block with frontage to Stede Hill along its northern boundary. The main yard is located at the end of Deans Hill and includes a range of mainly modern farm buildings including:

The Hay Barn and former Livestock Yards: (1,891m²) a ten-bay concrete portal frame building, three quarter clad with corrugated fibre cement sheeting and block walls, with concrete floors and alleyways.

Machinery Store (577m²) a six-bay concrete portal frame shed fully enclosed with corrugated fibre cement sheeting and elevations and a roller shutter door with concrete floor.

The Old Dairy (201m²) a traditional brick and tile former Dairy which might have potential for non agricultural use (subject to obtaining planning permission).

The Telecom Masts.  Located in the yard are 2 telecom masts. Mast 1 is let until February 2027 with a current rent passing of £8,967.  Mast 2 is let until September 2022. The current rent passing is £5,923.  Copies of the individual agreements are available on request.

The Farmland.  The land extends in all some 214 acres/86.60 ha comprising approximately 125 acres of pasture, 48 acres of arable and 41 acres of woodland.  The northern block of land, either side of the farm drive, includes a number of level arable and pasture fields, with the land falling away to a deep valley to the south of the farm buildings, where there are commanding views across the Weald of Kent.  It is predominantly Grade III clay loams with the pasture land on the escarpment being lime rich soils over chalk.

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  • The particulars are set out as a general outline only for guidance and do not constitute part of an offer or contract.
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