A 79 acre farm on the banks of the Lymington River and within the New Forest National Park is on the market for the first time in over 60 years
Vicars Hill Farm, just two miles from Lymington, is situated in a glorious position within the New Forest National Park and on the banks of the Lymington River. The farm will be of great appeal to farmers, those seeking life in open countryside, and lovers of wildlife and the environment.
Coming to the market for the first time in over 60 years, the house, buildings and 79 acres of farmland are for sale in 5 lots.
An extended 3-bedroom house and range of traditional and more modern farm buildings and 17.7 acres of grazing land with a small area of woodland make up Lot 1 of the farm. Originally a working dairy farm, some buildings have been used for boat storage in recent years.
Lots 2 & 3 extend to 4.23 and 4.95 acres respectively and adjoin Lot 1. The 24.1 acres of pastureland in Lot 4 was originally parkland and adjoins the Lymington Reedbeds Nature Reserve.
Lot 5 will appeal to conservationists and lovers of wildlife; comprising 28 acres of marshland divided by the Lymington River and providing a natural habitat for many wildlife species. The area of marsh is so notable for its environmental benefit that it falls within the Solent and Southampton RAMSAR Site, the Lymington River reedbeds SSSI and a Special Protection Area.
For further details of this superb opportunity, please contact Jack Edwards at Symonds & Sampson in Salisbury on 01722 334323