Land and Stables, GU33
- Rural Position
- Close to main transport links
Property SummaryWOOD AND PASTURE-LAND DEEP IN THE HEART OF THE WEST SUSSEX COUNTRYSIDE INCLUDING A LARGE SET OF WELL-BUILT STABLES
These premises provide an almost unique opportunity to create your own nature reserve with long-established grass meadows which could easily be converted to wild-flower meadows and mature mixed broad-leaved woodland which has a wealth of wildlife.
There is also a natural spring-fed pond (in need of renovation) which provides another facility and the prospect of encouraging wild fowl.
All in all this provides a unique opportunity to have your own nature reserve.
The premises are located less than 2/3 of a mile south of the village of Rake and there is direct access to the public road which connects Rake and Rogate.
The land is situated within the South Downs National Park and the South Downs themselves are only a few miles away.
The attractive settlements of Petersfield, Liphook and Midhurst are all within easy reach and the nearest junction of the A3, which is dualled throughout its length, is within a few miles. Mainline rail stations at Petersfield, Liss and Liphook.
There is an excellent seven stable block. The block is oak-framed with soft wood solid timber construction. There is also a timber tractor shed and a concrete yard suitable for a muck heap. Water is laid on.
The whole of the surrounding area is composed of broad-leafed woodland and there are some large ponds within a few hundred yards.
The Premises are available Freehold.
Freehold with vacant possession £750,000.
Each side will be responsible for their own legal costs in association with this sale.
Strictly by appointment with the sole agents - Tel: 01730 266657.
_________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________Whilst all the information in these particulars is believed to be correct neither the Agents nor their Clients guarantee its accuracy nor is it intended to form part of any contract