Approximately 113 acres of permanent pasture interspersed with attractive woodland shaws
Tunbridge Wells Borough Council Town Hall, Royal Tunbridge Wells, Kent, TN1 1RS
Telephone: 01892 526121
The Property is located to the east of the B2079, about 2.5 miles to the south east of the village of Goudhurst and about 2 miles to the north of Flimwell. Communications are good with the A21 easily accessible at the southern end of the B2079 or via Goudhurst and the A262. The popular village of Goudhurst has an active village community and local facilities including a village shop, post office, village hall and church.
Approximately 113 acres of permanent pasture interspersed with attractive woodland shaws. The land has previously been used for the grazing of horses and hay production and are well fenced with water supplied. The land at Bedgebury offers an exciting opportunity to acquire a substantial parcel of land where limited opportunities arise.
The land is mostly to pasture with some woodland and is well suited to grazing, agriculture or amenity. The land ranges from, ‘slightly acid loamy and clayey soils with impeded drainage and moderate to high fertility’ to ‘slowly permeable seasonally wet slightly acid but base rich loamy and clayey soils, of moderate fertility’.
Access to all parcels is via a right of way.
Acreage: 113 Acres
From the crossroads in the middle of Goudhurst village take the B2079. After about 2.5 miles turn left into the main entrance. Follow the track shown as a dotted line on the plan to reach the individual lots.
From Flimwell crossroads take the A21 towards London for 0.8miles and turn right onto the B2079 towards Goudhurst, crossing the dual carriageway. Travel 1.3 miles, past the entrance to the Bedgebury Pinetum, and turn right into the main entrance.