Land For Sale Guide Price £100,000 to £120,000. Nestled in the pretty village of Alciston surrounded by the South Downs Nation Park, an area of outstanding natural beauty. An old flint walled orchard of approximately 0.23 acre (TBV) with road frontage. An ideal place for horticulture or equine interests. Located on a no-through road country lane offering a peaceful rural setting.

Location
Alciston is a small rural village with a public house, working farm (liveries available) and a church. The village of Alfriston (3 miles) has shops, Post Office, hotels, pubs and restaurants. Glyndebourne is under 6 miles away. Train services are nearby at Berwick railway station with a line to London Victoria, Brighton and the County Town of Lewes.

Land
Measures approx. 52 ft wide at the road end increasing to 72 ft at the far end. Plot length approx. 158 ft. Gated with a parking area to the front of the plot. Small bank leading up to a level area of ground. Buttressed flint walls to front and rear. Some views of the South Downs. Two timber sheds – inclusion subject to negotiation. Gate to rear no longer in use – no rear access. Fruit trees, fruit cages and veg beds.

Local Authority
Wealden District Council. The property is with The South Downs National Park. Due to strict planning restrictions the plot is no considered suitable for development at this time.

Uplift
The land is being sold Freehold and without any uplifts for future planning.

Services
There is mains water, electricity and telephone in the road, connection would be required. There is a septic tank in the ground servicing the cottages.

Property Features

  • APPROX 0.23 ACRE
  • FLINT WALLS
  • GOOD HACKING
  • GROW VEG
  • KEEP LIVESTOCK
  • NO MAIN ROADS
  • ROAD ACCESS
  • SERVICES NEARBY
  • SUPERB LOCATION
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