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3 bedroom bungalow for sale

Back Lane, Kingston, Sturminster Newton, Dorset, DT10

Sold STC £660,000

Property Description

Key features

  • 3 Bedrooms
  • Living Room
  • Sitting Room
  • Kitchen
  • Utility Room
  • Bathroom
  • Outbuildings
  • Pasture Land extending in total to 13.47 acres (5.44 hectares)

Full description

A well-equipped equestrian property with spacious detached three bedroom bungalow, stables, horse walker, menage, outbuildings and pasture land extending in total to 13.47 acres (5.44 hectares) or thereabouts. Situated within the Blackmore Vale and to the edge of a popular village. EPC Band E

Hazeldene Farm is well positioned on the outskirts of Kingston, a popular village between Sturminster Newton and Hazebury Bryan, within the Blackmore Vale. The property comprises a detached spacious three bedroom bungalow with gardens and extensive range of outbuildings with stables, menage, horse walker and productive pasture land split into a number of conveniently sized paddocks. The sale provides an excellent opportunity to acquire an equestrian unit, the property would also be well suited to other uses including livestock, commercial or private use. The property enjoys pleasant far reaching views over the Blackmore Vale towards Bulbarrow Hill. The property is well situated for riding out with numerous bridleways within the vicinity, giving riding to surrounding countryside. The property is central to the Portman, Blackmore and Sparkford Vale and South Dorset hunt country. The property has been used for equestrian DIY livery in recent years.

Hazeldene Farm is situated on the edge of the village of Kingston, which adjoins the village of Hazelbury Bryan, a small rural village with shop, public house and church, village hall and church. The general area is predominantly farming/semi-rural with numerous footpaths to enjoy the countryside. The market town of Sturminster Newton is four miles to the north and the character abbey town of Sherborne is nine miles to the west. Communication links are good with main line railway links to London Waterloo from Dorchester, Sherborne and Gillingham, cross channel services at Poole, airports at Bournemouth, Bristol and Exeter and a very effective road network.

Outside is a mature lawned garden with shrubs and trees, vegetable plot and attractive pond.

Greenhouse. Workshop 8'4" x 11'10" rendered block wall construction under a pitched roof, incorporating workshop, boiler room and separate WC. Bunded oil storage tank.

Large splayed entrance with post and rail fencing and electric gates leading to concrete driveway and large parking area to rear of bungalow. Large hard standing and concrete yard area with outbuildings and facilities as follows (approximate measurements):

Horse Menage 60' x 20' with rubber and sand surface.
Six Horse Covered Claydon Horse-Walker
Stables, ten horse stables in two timber stable buildings 56' x 11'4 (x 2) timber frame and clad with overhang to front, concrete floors with yard and drain to front.
Covered Yard & Wash Area 20'8 x 31'6 timber framed building under galvanised sheet roof with concrete floors, adjoining covered yard.
Adjoining Store 41'9 x 32'1 timber framed building under corrugated galvanised sheet roof with part concrete floors incorporating covered yard area, store and two stables.
Adjoining Hay Barn 32'4 x 22'8 concrete frame under corrugated asbestos roof, earth floor.
Adjoining Lean-To 22'8 x 12' timber framed under corrugated galvanised sheet roof, used for storage of trailer.
Loose Boxes 45' x 17'7 concrete block building under pitched corrugated sheet roof incorporating loose boxes and straw. Concrete floors throughout.

Open Store 18'6 x 12' timber framed building under corrugated galvanised roof.
Lockable Store 9' x 9'9 red brick walls under a corrugated roof with galvanised lockable door to front.
Yard Areas adjoining the buildings are an extensive area of concrete and hard standing yard areas with drains.

The land is set within a ring fence block and comprises many levels to gently sloping productive pasture land split into a number of conveniently paddocks. The fields are bounded by mature hedgerows and trees.

The property is sold, as far as required by the vendor, will be conveyed, subject to all rights of way, easements and wayleaves of telegraph and telephone poles, stays and wires, electric pylons, poles and cables, water and gas pipes present erected on and passing over or under the property and subject to the agreements affecting the same (if any).

The property, notwithstanding any description contained in these particulars, is sold subject to any Development Plan, Tree Preservation Order, Town Planning Scheme, Resolution Notice, which may be or may come to be in force and also subject to any statutory provision or By-laws without any obligation on the part of the vendor to specify them.

Planning permission has been granted for change of use of the land and buildings for equestrian purposes. Planning permission was also granted for the erection of an indoor menage. Perspective purchasers are advised to make their own enquiries with North Dorset District Council as to whether or not this permission is still valid.

We understand that the bungalow is not subject to an Equestrian or Agricultural Occupancy Condition.

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Added on Rightmove:
27 July 2016

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