Lunsford Farm, East Sussex
Sussex Farm with original working Barn (1876) Original farm house 17th Century and old oast house and thatched cottage. The farm is situated on an area of outstanding natural beauty with SSSI status, having both uninterrupted views of land and sea. There are several ponds and lakes plus a blue bell wood with a stream running through it.
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