Land for salePorton, Salisbury
- 1.75 acres of native woodland
- Frontage to the River Bourne
- Amenity or conversation potential
Approximately 1.75 acres (0.70 hectares) of native broadleaf woodland with frontage to the River Bourne
The woodland is situated to the centre of the village of Porton, within the Bourne Valley.
Porton village lies between Idmiston and Gomeldon and benefits from a wide range of local facilities including a Post Office/general store, community hall, primary school, playing field, doctors surgery, hairdressers, hotel/restaurant, Chinese take-away and church. The cathedral city of Salisbury lies approximately five miles to the south-east with the town of Amesbury some three miles distant to the north.
The woodland extends to approximately 1.75 acres (0.70 hectares) and benefits from approximately 130 metres of single bank frontage and 30 metres double bank frontage to the River Bourne. All sporting rights, including fishing, are in hand.
The woodland will appeal to buyers looking for a parcel of accessible amenity land or those with conservation interests.
Access to the woodland is via the footpath and nature trail which runs between Byford Gardens and The Avenue.
RIGHTS OF WAY:
The land is sold subject to and with the benefit of all matters contained in or referred to in the title deeds together with all public or private rights of way, wayleaves, easements and other rights of way affecting the property.
There are no public rights of way across the woodland.
There are no services connected to the property.
TENURE & POSSESSION:
The land is being offered for sale on a freehold basis. Vacant possession will be granted on completion of the sale.
All sporting rights (including fishing rights on the River Bourne) are understood to be in hand and are included within the sale.
METHOD OF SALE:
The land is offered for sale as a whole by private treaty.
From Salisbury take the A338 north (via the A30). At Porton, turn right into the village. The entrance to Byford Gardens can be found in the centre of the village on the left hand side. From Byford Gardens, the woodland can be accessed across the bridge/ford and can then be seen on the left hand side.
All viewings strictly by appointment arranged through our Farm & Rural Department.
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