Smallholding for saleNetley Marsh, Totton
Sold STC £420,000
- New Forest agricultural/equestrian smallholding
- Approximately 19.12 acres (7.73 hectares)
- 1,496 sq.m (16,107 sq.ft) of outbuildings
- Bridleway access to open forest
- Offered for sale as a whole or in two lots
- Lot A: 5.76 acres (2.33 hectares) comprising yard, buildings and adjoining paddock
- Lot B: 13.36 acres (5.40 hectares) of pasture land and woodland
A versatile New Forest agricultural/equestrian smallholding extending to approximately 19.12 acres (7.73 hectares) complete with some 1,496 sq.m (16,107 sq.ft) of outbuildings.
Offered for sale as a whole or in two lots.
Staddlestones Farm is situated off Fletchwood Lane which lies to the south of Totton between Ashurst Bridge (east) and Netley Marsh (west).
From Fletchwood Lane there is convenient bridleway access to expansive outriding across Busketts Lawn, Gutter Heath and beyond.
The holding extends to approximately 19.12 acres (7.73 hectares) in total and is being offered for sale as a whole or in two lots:
Lot A extends to approximately 5.76 acres (2.33 hectares) and comprises the yard and buildings together with an adjoining paddock and is marketed with a guide price of 220,000.
The buildings are set within a yard area of about 0.9 acres (0.36 hectares) and provide some 1,496 sq.m (16,107 sq.ft) of covered storage. The majority of the buildings are in need of some repair and refurbishment and are currently used for equestrian and general storage purposes.
The adjoining paddock extends to approximately 4.86 acres (1.97 hectares) and lies immediately to the west of the yard and buildings.
Lot B extends to 13.36 acres (5.40 hectares) and comprises some 9.76 acres (3.95 hectares) of level pasture land together with some 3.15 acres (1.27 hectares) of mixed native woodland and is marketed with a guide price of 200,000.
A tributary of the Bartley Water flows through the woodland.
The seller would consider altering the size of Lot A and Lot B to suit a buyer's requirements subject to agreeing terms.
Lot A benefits from mains water and electricity supplies.
Lot B benefits from natural water from Bartley Water and mains water can be made available if required.
The land is not subject to any claim under the Basic Payment Scheme and is not subject to any agri-environment scheme agreements.
RIGHTS OF WAY:
The property 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.
A public footpath, oil pipeline, gas pipeline and high-voltage overhead power line cross Lot A.
An oil pipeline and sewer cross Lot B.
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 are understood to be in hand and are included within the sale.
METHOD OF SALE:
The land is offered for sale as a whole or in two lots by private treaty.
Staddlestones Farm can be found off Fletchwood Lane which runs south off the A326 at the roundabout junction with Fletchwood Road. Once on Fletchwood Lane, keep right at the grass triangle and continue around the right hand corner. The entrance to Staddlestones Farm can then be found on the right hand side identified by a Woolley & Wallis sale board.
The nearest postcode is SO40 7DZ.
All viewings strictly by appointment arranged through our Farm & Rural Department.
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