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An attractive and well located equestrian smallholding in a pretty rural location with stables, machinery/hay store, sand school and pasture fields with excellent riding out.
An attractive equestrian smallholding with a wonderful outlook over surrounding farmland and views to the South Downs extending to about 10.17 acres. Close to the entrance, the modern buildings complex comprises a stable yard with an ‘L’ shaped stable block providing five loose boxes (4m x 4m) and secure tack/feed room (5m x 4m) with concrete apron to the front and a separate machinery and hay store (12m x 5m) with double doors to one end. Adjacent to the buildings is a 40m x 20m sand school enclosed by post and rail fencing with a new surface put down in the summer of 2017.
The grazing land slopes very gently up to the west and is divided into three separate field parcels by post and rail fencing and metal field gates for access. To the south west corner is a small parcel of woodland and to the north, the land is bordered by a railway line. The entire property is enclosed by way of stock fencing with mature trees along the boundaries providing screening and shade. There is excellent vehicular access to the property off the road and road frontage along the eastern boundary. The entrance is secured by a metal field gate, opening into a hard surfaced parking/yard area off which is access to the buildings complex and also access directly into the land.
The property is located off The Street to the northern end of the pretty village of Selmeston, about 1 mile north of the A27 east/west coastal link road which gives good access to Lewes, Brighton, the A23/M23 and also connecting to the M27 and wider motorway network. Selmeston itself has a village pub and service station with local store whilst the village of Alfriston is about 3.5 miles to the south and offers local shopping including village store and post office, several pubs and tea rooms. Lewes with its excellent range of shopping and amenities is about 7 miles to the west whilst the coastal town of Eastbourne is about 10 miles in the opposite direction.
Excellent riding out opportunities are accessible immediately from the property via a network of public bridleways and quiet country lanes. To the south, the stunning South Downs National Park provides miles of public bridleways. The equestrian centres of Golden Cross and Crockstead are both within 10 miles and The All England Jumping Course at Hickstead is about 20 miles.
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