Under Offer - £1,100,000 - 17.2 acres, Near Lamberhurst, East Sussex, TN5, TN5 7QA

Savills (UK) Ltd

Savills (UK) Ltd
53 High Street, , Tunbridge Wells, Kent TN1 1XU

Tel:01892 323042
Fax: 01892 507007
E-mail: tunbridgewells@savills.com

A 16th Century Grade II Listed Kentish farmstead of great character bordering the Scotney Estate and comprising a farmhouse, threshing barn and oast house, together with 17.2 acres in total.


Nursery Farm is located about 2 miles south of the village of Lamberhurst, a popular Kentish village with a number of local shops, pubs and a vineyard. Tunbridge Wells is about 8.5 miles to the north with a wide range of shops, leisure activities and amenities.

This charming and historic property is set amongst delightful countryside with three popular outdoor attractions, Bewl Water, the Scotney Castle Estate and Bedgebury Forest and Pinetum, within a two mile radius.

Connections: The A21 provides access to the M25 to the North and the South Coast at Hastings in the opposite direction. Rail transport to London can be accessed via two separate main lines at Bells Yew Green (Frant Station, about 6.3 miles) and Paddock Wood (about 10.2 miles).

Schools: Lamberhurst for primary education and Wadhurst Community College for Secondary. St Ronan's and Marlborough House prep schools in Hawkhurst. Public schools include Benenden, Kent College in Pembury and Tonbridge School.

Services: Oil fired central heating, mains water and electricity, private drainage.


Nursery farm is a delightful property set in the heart of the Wealden countryside and benefitting from proximity to the facilities and amenities of Lamberhurst, Wadhurst and Tunbridge Wells. Possessing significant character and charm, this 16th Century farmhouse commands views over its gardens, pond and woodland and beyond across its pasture and paddocks.

All buildings are individually Grade II Listed, with the threshing barn thought to have been constructed in 1842 using 16th and 17th century timbers from an earlier structure. The oast house is more recent, dating from the early 19th century and features an attractive external gallery to the first floor. Both outbuildings offer great potential for a variety of uses, subject to obtaining all necessary permissions.

The farmhouse itself offers almost 3,000 sq ft of accommodation and presents a wonderful opportunity for renovation and updating. Currently offering three/four reception rooms and the kitchen on the ground floor, with five bedrooms upstairs served by two staircases, there is scope for creating a very special family home in a delightful semi-rural location.

Outside, a new access has recently been created to the south of the house and outbuildings, with electric gates and a parking area, restoring the house, gardens and pond to a charming vehicle-free setting. An area of woodland defines the northern boundary and the pasture and paddocks extend mainly to the south.

Square Footage: 2892 sq ft
Acreage: 17.2 Acres


Postcode - TN5 7QA. Drive 1.2 miles south on the A21 from the Scotney Castle Roundabout. Kilndown Road is the first turning on the left, signposted Kilndown. Directly opposite this turning are close boarded wooden gates beyond which can be seen Nursery Farm's oast house and barn. Continue for a short distance and the new entrance to Nursery Farm will be found on the right hand side.


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