Access from the public highway
About 73.5 acres in total
The land is flat lowland pasture and arable land classified as Grade 3 on the Agricultural Land Classification. It lies below the escarpment rising into the Kent Downs at Crockham Hill and is of a slowly permeable, base-rich loamy and clayey soil. The arable land is in a cereal crop rotation and pasture was, until recently, grazed by the vendors cattle.
The land south of Dairy Lane has one access gate from the lane leading directly into an arable field. A belt of mixed woodland, which previously formed part of a neighbours shoot, and pasture creates a division before a further arable field.
The land comprises 51 acres of arable, 11 acres of pasture and 11 acres of woodland.
About 73.5 acres (29.7 ha) in total.
The land at Hurst Farm is located on Dairy Lane; a quiet country lane running east to west along the bottom of the North Kent Downs. The western boundary of the land lies on the county border between Kent and Surrey, one-mile south of Crockham Hill village and equidistant from the larger towns of Edenbridge and Limpsfield. Both of these towns are approximately 3 miles away and provide a full range of amenities and transport links into London and the South East. The M25 can be accessed at junction 6 (Godstone) which is 7.5 miles away.