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Chance to become the owner of the oldest organic vineyard in the UK in the Hastings area

What is cited as being Britain’s oldest organic vineyard at Sedlescombe is on the market for just under two million pounds.

By Andy Hemsley
Sunday, 21st November 2021, 11:55 am

The 16 hectare estate, which is farmed according to biodynamic principles, is situated in the High Weald area of ‘outstanding natural beauty’. It encompasses a three-bedroom cottage, 2.8 hectares of vines, a visitor centre and a woodland nature trail. Sedlescombe was the first English producer to win an international prize for red wine. The vineyard is also home to 45 ‘’dragon’s teeth’, large concrete anti-tank obstacles that were placed on the site at the start of World War II.

Carrying a guide price of £1.95 million, the vineyard is on the market with Sevenoaks based agent Savills Tel: 01732 789700. Pictures courtesy of Savills.

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