The Earnley Concourse grounds are extensive measuring approximately 8.5 acres with an additional agricultural field of 7.2 acres.
This is an unusual estate combining a historic Grade II Listed brick building known as Earnley Place, a single storey pavilion building known as The Ranch House, a further single storey building named Gate House, with garage adjacent, a residential house called Elm Lodge and finally the Earnley Concourse itself. The site mainly comprises a former education centre, named Earnley Concourse and although the centre has now closed, it is understood the former use was Class C2. There is also a former residential property within the site, named Earnley Place which is Grade II Listed. In addition to these main two elements there are a number of additional outbuildings including Ranch House and Gate House. Finally there is a separate residential dwelling named Elm Lodge which is also included in the overall demise.
The Witterings is an area which is internationally recognised for its wildlife, birds and unique beauty and West Wittering is designated an area of natural beauty. The property is uniquely positioned in the affluent village of Earnley, within close proximity and accessibility to the coast which is within 800m of the site. Earnley is a civil and ecclesiastical parish in the Chichester District of West Sussex. It is located four miles (6.4 km) south-west of Chichester, and lies adjacent to the Witterings on the south coast. The parish includes the settlement of Almodington. The subject property is located on the corner of Clappers Lane (Adopted) and Drove Lane (Private) which gives direct access to the seafront.
Freehold. Conditional and unconditional offers are invited for the whole site or for the individual lots as described and indicated above. The site will be sold with vacant possession.
The buildings are currently vacant however provide strong real estate plays - refurbishment/redevelopment of various components and additional planning potential.
Fishbourne (Sussex) (5.2 miles)
Bosham (5.3 miles)
Chichester (5.3 miles)