Lot, Redhill, RH1

Price £315,000 (F)


Simon Smith


Key features

  • Permanent pasture
  • Mature trees and hedgerows
  • Roadside access
  • Naturally abundant with wildflowers

Full description

Launched in June 2022, our Rural Surveyors are pleased to market land at Shepheards Hurst Farm. This is the listing for Lot 1 which is 37.09 acres (15.01 hectares).

The land is located approximately 1 mile north of Outwood and 1.4 miles south-east of South Nutfield, adjoining the M23 motorway, Crab Hill Lane and Prince of Wales Road.

The land has enormous character and is bound with mature trees and hedgerows. There is a diverse mix of grasses and wildflowers and the land has been down to pasture for several decades. The land is naturally loamy and clayey, but the field parcels are of a good size and suitable for modern machinery.

There are no buildings and the land does not benefit from mains water, however, we believe there is mains water supply in the adjoining highways. The right to bring water across the land will be reserved in favour of the two lots.


Details correct: >>22.06.2022<<

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