Blackdown Farm

East Sussex

Blackdown Farm

Blackdown Farm, East Sussex

A 450 acre country estate comprising stunning English countryside of rolling meadows, woods, streams, ponds, cottages and lanes. Far reaching views over the wooded Sussex Weald to the South Downs. Includes a beautiful 130 acres woodland with wide forest tracks and complete with pond, glade and cabin. Easy access from London and south coast. Located in East Sussex.

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TrainNearest Rail: Buxted railway station

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