An opportunity to create your dream smallholding or farm from a completely blank canvas. The farm is in excess of sixty acres and sits near to both The New Forest National Park and Cranborne Chase Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.
Having previously been very productive for livestock, arable and horticultural uses, the farm now has planning permission for an impressive new farmhouse (with Agricultural Occupancy Condition) in a contemporary barn style with a ground floor area of approximately 2000 square feet, a large high roof void, and a ‘Home Farm’ style courtyard of garaging, outbuildings, kennels, boxes, and barn. In addition, separate from the yard, planning permission has been granted for two detached 5000 square feet agricultural buildings on different parts of the site.
The whole farm is securely ring-fenced with the site for the new build lying in a parkland wildflower meadow, protected by mature woodland to the North and West. Furthermore, there are no public footpaths over the land and therefore providing a very private, protected, and peaceful setting in which to build a dream house at the end of the sweeping 200 metre driveway already in place.
The majority of the land is a level free-draining loam over gravel with a mixture of grass lays and permanent pasture, intersected by both mature and newly planted woodland belts and hedges. A network of footpaths and bridleways can be found in the area – the nearest within only a few hundred metres of the property – providing wonderful opportunities for walking and riding though beautiful countryside, whilst the charming ancient forest-edge town of Fordingbridge, with its local shops and schools, lies just a short distance to the South. Nick Rymer of Symonds and Sampson says ‘it is rare enough to sell a stand-alone building plot away from near neighbours in any location but one protected by its own extensive acreage of peaceful pasture land is almost unheard of’.
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