Vineyard extending to a total of 2.86 acres
The Harbourne Vineyard extends to a total of 2.86 acres (1.16 hectares) the majority of which has been planted to vines with some margins. Beyond the gated entrance from Harbourne Lane, there is a building which serves as a winery and machinery shed which is approximately 24'6 x 14'6.
The land was planted down to vines from 1979 and therefore produces wines with a unique history and character. While the vineyard is not certified organic, no insecticides or fertilisers are used and the site if GMO free. The wines currently produced are suitable for vegetarians and vegans.
Varietals include Ortega, Bacchus, Seyval, Muller, Thurgau, Blauer Portugieser and Pinot Meunier.
Method of Sale
The Harbourne Vineyard is offered for sale by private treaty as a whole.
Tenure and Possession
The Harbourne Vineyard is a freehold property with vacant possession to be granted upon completion.
Overage for non-viticulture use of the site will apply. The uplift will be 25% over a period of 25 years.
Plans, Areas and Schedules
The plans and associated acreages have been prepared for illustrative purposes and their accuracy cannot be guaranteed.
Kent County Council https://www.kent.gov.uk/
Ashford Borough Council https://www.ashford.gov.uk/
The vineyard lies outside the High Weald AONB.
Easements, Wayleaves and Rights of Way
The property is offered for sale, subject to and with benefit of all rights of way either public or private, all easements, wayleaves and other rights of way whether specifically mentioned or not.
There are no public footpaths crossing the land.
Sporting, Timber and Mineral Rights
The minerals, sporting and timber rights, so far as they are owned, are included in the sale.
Health & Safety
All viewings are conducted at the risk of prospective buyers. Savills and their clients take no responsibility for any accidents, losses or injury incurred while viewing the property.
Strictly by appointment with Savills on 01732 879050.
The Harbourne Vineyard is well-established with a wide variety of rootstock, perfect for a hobbyist or a new entrant to viticulture.Chris SpofforthProperty agent