Golden Cross, Hailsham, BN27


Deanland Road, Golden Cross, Hailsham, East Sussex, BN27 4AW


  • Compact attractive smallholding
  • Stabling
  • Secure storage barn
  • Mains services
  • Grazing
  • Conveniently located with good road access
  • Excellent riding out
  • Potential for alternative use subject to pp
  • In all about 0.96 acres

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A compact attractive smallholding with stables and storage barn in an accessible location with good road access and some potential for alternative use and development subject to all necessary planing consents.


The property offers a rare opportunity to acquire an attractive and well located smallholding extending to about 0.96 acres with a timber stable block comprising two loose boxes and tack/feed room, a modern steel framed storage barn of about 22m x 4m with corrugated metal cladding and double doors to one end suitable for vehicles with a pasture field to the front of the buildings enclosed by way of a combination of stock fencing and mature hedgerows that provide screening from the road. The north and western boundary fronts Deanland Road off which there is an existing vehicular access via a metal field gate with a hard surfaced trackway leading up to the buildings. The eastern boundary adjoins a public bridleway which in turn is bounded by the Chalvington Road.

The land is situated at Golden Cross at the top of Deanland Road and just to the south of the main A22 road that passes through. Golden Cross itself has a 24 hour service station with convenience store and to either side of the A22 is an expanse of open countryside providing excellent riding out opportunities via an extensive network of public bridleways. The equestrian centre of Golden Cross is about half a mile away whilst Crockstead Equestrian Centre is about 5 miles along the A22 to the west. Hailsham town is about 4.5 miles to the east and Uckfield about 7.5 miles north, both easily accessible via the A22 road. The county town of Lewes is about 9 miles away.

The Vendor is seeking to place an overage clause on the land entitling the Vendor, their heirs or assigns to 30% of the development value for a period of 25 years from which the contract is made in respect of residential development only.

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