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Colliers International brings to market the Crazy Lane Tourist Park in East Sussex

Colliers International has been instructed, as joint agent, to sell the Crazy Lane Tourist Park in Sedlescombe, East Sussex, a certified Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.

Simon Bland, Associate Director at Colliers International commented: “This property provides a great opportunity for prospective purchasers to build on an already well-established business. Revenue is generated from the caravan pitches and the permitted caravan storage space allowing seasonal touring caravan pitch fees to be charged as well as income in peak periods from the rally field. In addition there is plenty of scope to develop and expand further, both in terms of expanding the core business and the potential to use the large on-site workshop to maintain and repair caravans, subject to approval being given. Set in such an attractive and accessible area near the Sussex coast and historic Battle, it represents a very appealing lifestyle business opportunity.”

The property is available via two separate lots, both on a freehold basis. The caravan park itself is available at offers in the region of £500,000 and the farmhouse, workshop and outbuildings and further field permitted for caravan storage are available at offers in the region of £599,950.

Lot 1 comprises the main caravan and camping site, within an area of approximately 4 acres. The site is permitted for 36 seasonal touring caravan pitches and benefits from a timber reception cabin, a toilet / shower block - featuring a ‘green’ hot water system, and a laundry / wash area. The park also includes a pitch for a static caravan or lodge; with permitted residential use it can provide owner’s or warden’s accommodation.

Lot 2 consists of a 6 bedroom farmhouse with generous private gardens and separate access, a workshop and a 2.6 acre (approx.) field with outbuildings. This field is also permitted for caravan storage and the workshop, subject to planning would ideally lend itself to maintainance and repairs, subject to any necessary consents being obtained.

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Michael Ledsham