Lot, Land at Rotten Row, Highleigh, Chichester, PO20

Offers In The Region Of £45,000.00 (Freehold)


Simon Smith


Key features

  • Roadside access
  • Overall 1.51 acres available
  • Mature boundaries
  • Development potential

Full description

We are now inviting best and final offers by 3PM on Monday, 10th January 2022. Please contact us via email for further details.

This is a listing for Lot 1, Rotten Row, which extends to 1.32 acres and has direct access onto Rotten Row between Sidlesham and Birdham. Combined with Lot 2 the land extends to 1.51 acres in total.

The land has always been used for agricultural purposes with the land occasionally cut for hay. There are no services such as water, drainage or electricity. A disused well is located beside the barn. The land is permanent pasture and would be ideal for pony grazing, livestock or for mowing.

The property is being marketed without overage or restrictions.

Please see our listing for Lot 2, which is for an agricultural barn that could be purchased along with the land.

Offers for the whole, or individual lots should be directed to our Rural and Farming team.


Details correct: >>22.12.2021<<

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