Old House Farm is a smart working farm tucked away in the East Sussex countryside. The main farmhouse and farmyard are reached down a long private drive cutting through established woodland and opening up to the near-600 acre arable farm.
The period farmhouse has recently been refurbished and is surrounded by large gardens, which also include a brick outbuilding, once used as a recording studio, now the perfect ‘green room” space for a film or photo shoot crew. Other farm buildings include a mix of old and new, including a 19th century granary and stables, a vast greenhouse and modern farm storage sheds.
The farm land extends across lightly undulating terrain, peppered with established trees, and reaching down and across the lower levels to the river. A network of farm tracks make access very easy, including reaching a chocolate-box farm cottage that is perched in the middle of nowhere.
- Arable farm (wheat, oil-seed rape, barley) with a few acres of grassland
- Period farmhouse available for interiors, as well as a charming little farm cottage
- Mix of modern and old farm buildings
- Vast disused commercial greenhouse
- Extensive farm tracks
Getting to Old House Farm
By car: 1.5 hour’s drive from the city of London
By train: Fast train to Rye takes about 1 hour. Old House Fram is just a 10 minute drive from Rye station.
Facilities on the Farm
A spacious outbuilding, once used as a recording studio offers an ideal ‘green room” space with kitchen facilities and loo.
Catering options on-site. The owner is also a caterer.
Vast hard-standing for parking, and a well-maintained track system across the farm.