Traditional Sussex farm

Occupying an enviable and quiet rural location with lovely views to the adjoining South Downs National Park, Coldharbour Farm has tremendous appeal being very original and unspoilt and offering a wonderful opportunity for a new owner to sympathetically renovate and improve to their own requirements.

Sunday, 7th February 2016, 3:00 pm
Updated Friday, 8th June 2018, 7:16 am

At the heart of the cluster of traditional Sussex buildings is the handsome Grade II listed house, believed to originally date from the 16th century or earlier and with large later additions.

From the majority of the rooms in the three reception room, four bedroom three bathroom farmhouse there is a pretty outlook over the garden and land and with particularly good views to the north-east and south-east over the property’s traditional pasture land and then to adjoining farm and woodland – views are enhanced by the property’s elevated position.

The traditional Sussex Barns and outbuildings include a single-storey former cowshed converted to a one bedroom self-contained cottage with adjacent car port behind a pair of stables and store.

Adjacent to this is a two-storey part-converted barn with primarily first floor accommodation with vaulted roof and extensive ground floor storage/workshop space and with potential for further conversion, subject to consents.

The fine Sussex Barn has internal stabling to part and stores to other parts and includes the principal double-height section of the barn with wagon doors and currently used for hay storage but offering tremendous potential.

Nearby is a pretty brick and tile granary offering garage/workshop space and also considered to have potential for conversion, subject to consents.

The farm extends overall to approximately 28 acres and is being offered for sale as a whole at a guide price of £1,950,000.

Further particulars are available from the sole selling agents, H.J. Burt 01903 879488 or