61 acres, Brookheath, Hampshire

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  • 61 Acres of Agricultural Land
  • Planning Permission for AOC Agricultural Dwelling and Outbuidings
  • Available As A Whole Or Lots
  • Perfect Grazing or Arable Land
Approximately 61 Acres of Agricultural Land with Planning Consent for a Stunning Agricultural Dwelling and Outbuildings Situated on the Borders of The New Forest. Available as a Whole or in Lots.

THE PROPERTY
An attractive block of arable/pasture land located ? mile outside the New Forest National Park with planning consent for an impressive contemporary, barn-style farmhouse with a footprint of approximately 2,000 sq ft.

The land is ring-fenced and partly surrounded by mature woodland offering an excellent opportunity for those looking to invest in a new farming business or add to their existing portfolio. There are no public rights of way crossing the farm and the property lies a mile away from the nearest classified road giving it a very peaceful situation.

The property comprises Grade 3 freely draining, level land (loam soil over a gravel plateau) which has previously been used as a pig unit as well as productive arable land but is now entirely in grass leys and permanent pasture, including a wild flower meadow.

A network of footpaths and bridleways can be reached within a few hundred metres of the property providing wonderful opportunities for off road hacking through delightful countryside.

PLANNING AND DEVELOPMENT
The following planning consents have been granted:
? 15/11475 - Agricultural worker`s dwelling
? 14/11614 - Agricultural barn
? 11/97405 - Agricultural barn
All of these planning consents are extant.

Lot 1 Approximately 20 acres of agricultural land with planning consent for an agriculturally tied dwelling and outbuildings. The proposed Farmhouse has been designed to maximise its elevated position above the Avon Valley. A sweeping 200m driveway (already constructed) leads through the land to the site for the 2,000 sq. ft (approx.) dwelling and attractive farm courtyard consisting of garage, outbuildings and boxes.

Lot 2 Approximately 10 acres of grazing land with planning consent for a straw barn accessed from Outwick Lane. Purchasers will be required to erect a fence at their own expense.

Lot 3 Approximately 16 acres of agricultural land with planning consent for an agricultural barn accessed from Whitsbury Road

Lot 4 Approximately 11 acres of grazing land accessed directly from Outwick Lane. Purchasers will be required to erect a fence at their own expense. An application is with New Forest District Council for an agricultural barn.

Lot 5 Approximately 4 acres of grazing land accessed directly from Outwick Lane. Purchasers will be required to erect a fence at their own expense.

Please note that lots 2-5 will not be sold prior to lot 1

DIRECTIONS
From Salisbury take the A338 south towards Ringwood. Continue for approximately 8.5 miles, eventually turning right down Fryern Court Road. Continue for approximately 1 mile until reaching a junction with Whitsbury Road. Turn right on to Whitsbury Road and continue for approximately ? mile. The land will be on the right identified by a `For Sale` board.

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Fox Grant
Fox Barn Lower Woodford
Salisbury
Wiltshire
SP4 6NQ

Tel: 01722 782727
https://www.foxgrant.com
 

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