- 5 bedrooms
- 1 bathrooms
- 3 receptions
Set in about 73 acres an equestrian holding in need of general improvement
Blackbush Farm is a rarely available equestrian holding which has been in single family ownership for over 63 years. Approached by a long driveway the farmhouse and extensive range of outbuildings are grouped together with good vehicular access with areas of hard standing adjoining the buildings.
The farmhouse and outbuildings are in need of general updating and improvement or create the potential for a comprehensive redevelopment of the site into an individual dwelling and associated outbuildings to suit a buyer’s particular requirements, subject to any necessary planning consents.
Overall, the availability of Blackbush Farm represents a very rare opportunity in this location to create an outstanding lifestyle residence within a rural environment yet so close to road and rail communications.
This property has 73 acres of land.
The land surrounds the farmhouse and outbuildings on three sides with the grounds being screened along most of its boundaries by mainly coniferous woodland. The farm is predominantly set as grassed meadows with numerous mature trees creating natural divisions, with past and existing use on an equestrian basis.
Blackbush Farm occupies a rural setting within an established wooded environment only about 6.5 miles from the established town of Camberley with its comprehensive shopping and recreational amenities. More locally the nearby village of Hartley Wintney provides excellent day to day facilities with an excellent range of local shops and services.
The A30 is within 2 miles linking to the M3/ Junction 4a and the neighbouring town of Fleet with mainline railway to London/Waterloo ( 44 minutes ) is within 3 miles.
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