The Newhouse Estate
The Newhouse Estate, Redlynch, Wiltshire, SP5 2NX
Features: Grade I Listed Jacobean mansion with 5 reception rooms and 7 bedrooms, extensive lawned gardens, former walled garden, parkland, lakes and woodland
Grade II Listed stables courtyard incorporating a 5-bedroom house and outbuildings
Farmhouse and 3 further cottages
Two separate farmsteads including agricultural and commercial buildings
Farmland and extensive broadleaf and coniferous woodland
In all about 905 acres (366 hectares)
Available as a whole or in up to 8 lots
1 Listed country house with courtyard, two further houses and let buildings in an exceptional park and woodland setting About 275.96 acres (111.67 hectares)
Lot 2A Milkhills Park Farm Let buildings, arable land, pasture and woodland strategically located around Lover village About 173.87 acres (70.40 hectares)
Lot 2B Church Walk Farm A delightful smallholding located in the heart of Lover including a two bedroom detached cottage, farm buildings and paddocks About 8.11 acres (3.29 hectares)
Lot 3A Mount Pleasant Farm A traditional New Forest farmstead including a three-bedroom farmhouse, farm buildings and land with tremendous potential About 43.28 acres (17.49 hectares)
Lot 3B Land at Whiteshoot Hill An attractive parcel of land including grass paddocks and woodland About 51.74 acres (20.94 hectares)
Lot 3C Paddocks west of Bohemia A selection of grass paddocks located around the edge of the hamlet of Bohemia About 16.24 acres (6.57 hectares)
Lot 4 Loosehanger Woods A substantial block of woodland located south of Lover About 334.82 acres (135.45 hectares)
Lot 5 Shearings A two-bedroom bungalow and paddock About 1.63 acres (0.66 hectares) The Newhouse Estate The Newhouse Estate is the quintessential English Estate. The fine and historic principal house at the northern end of the Estate, is approached up a long drive and fully protected by its own parkland and woodland, offering complete privacy.
As you move south through the Estate, you cover rolling arable and grassland interspersed with woods and copses. The land flows around the village of Lover and hamlet of Bohemia, where there are numerous village paddocks offering potential for alternative uses, subject to the necessary planning consents. Around the fringes, there are groups of farm buildings and individual barns, some providing support for the agricultural land and others now in commercial use. At the south east end of the Estate lies the magnificent Loosehanger Woods, which has been well managed and provides numerous compartments of both broadleaf and softwood trees. Loosehanger provides considerable environmental and sporting appeal.
Up until the last few years the Estate has run an enjoyable shoot focused primarily on the parkland woods and the land and woods at Milkhills Park Farm. In addition, the Estate holds large herds of principally fallow and roe deer. The stalking across the whole Estate is currently let under licence.
Finally, the land rises to a ridge on the south west boundary of the Estate where a small farmstead provides a typical New Forest agricultural holding.
The Estate is classically diversified, with residential appeal, commercial buildings, farmland and woodland, as well as being of immense environmental importance and sporting interest.
Tenure: The property is sold subject to the following agreements: 1 Newhouse - Vacant Top Stables - Vacant Newhouse Cottage - AST Bromleys Yard - Landlord & Tenant Act Parkland - FBTs and Grazing Licences 2A Milkhills Farm Land - FBTs and Grazing Licences Milkhills Farm Buildings - Part FBTs and part Annual Licence Langley Building - Landlord & Tenant Act 2B Church Walk Farm - AHA tenancy * 3A Mount Pleasant Farm - FBT 3B Land at Whiteshoot Hill - FBTs 3C Paddocks west of Bohemia - FBTs 4 Loosehanger Woods (paddocks on boundaries) - AHA tenancy, FBT and Grazing Licences 5 Shearings - Rent (Agriculture) Act
Note: All woodlands on the Estate have vacant possession. FBT: Farm Business Tenancy. AST: Assured Shorthold Tenancy. AHA: Agricultural Holdings Act. All tenancies, licences and grazing licences are for no longer than two years.
There are various other minor leases and licences around the Estate, and a full schedule is available from the vendors agent on request.
Overage: Parts of Lots 2A, 2B, 3A, 3C and 4 are sold subject to an overage on future non-agricultural development. Please contact the vendors agent for a copy of the overage plan. The overage will not apply to any planning permissions granted or development or use in connection with agriculture, equestrian and forestry activities. This overage will be effective for 30 years from the date of completion of the sale and will be payable on the grant of planning permission (or disposal with planning permission) for such uses (excluding agriculture, forestry or equine use). The amount payable will be 30% of the increase in value resulting from that consent.
Method of Sale: The Newhouse Estate is offered for sale as a whole or in up to 8 lots by private treaty.
Sporting, timber and mineral rights: All sporting timber and mineral rights are included in the freehold sale, in so far as they are owned. The stalking rights are let under a licence.
Designations: The Newhouse Estate lies in the New Forest National Park with the exception of Shearings (Lot 5)
The Estate lies within a Nitrate Vulnerable Zone and several areas lie within SSSI Impact Risk Zones. There are two SSSIs on the Estate at Titchbourne field and Newmans/Stevens.
Listings: Newhouse Grade 1 Top Stables Grade 2 The Granary Grade 2
Note: The Granary collapsed many years ago and the site is now overgrown with only a number of saddle stones revealing its former location. The most recent periodic monitoring report by Historic England in June 2019 did not request reinstatement of The Granary.
Basic Payment Scheme: The basic payment entitlements are included in the sale. In the event that the property is sold in lots the entitlements will be included with the eligible land on a pro rata basis at the discretion of the vendor (or their representatives).
The vendor has submitted a claim for the current scheme year and will retain the payment for this scheme year in its entirety. The vendor will use reasonable endeavours to transfer the entitlements to the purchaser as soon after completion as the transfer rules allow.
Wayleaves, easements and rights of way: The property is being sold subject to and with the benefit of all rights including; rights of way, whether public or private, light, support, drainage, water and electricity supplies and other rights and obligations, easements and quasi-easements and restrictive covenants and all existing and proposed wayleaves for masts, pylons, stays, cables, drains, water and gas and other pipes whether referred to in these particulars or not.
There are various rights of way crossing the Estate and a plan is available from the vendors agents on request. There are no rights of way across Lot 1.
Fixtures & Fittings: Items regarded as fixtures and fittings including carpets and curtains together with garden ornaments and statuary are initially excluded from the sale although certain items may be available by separate negotiation.
Covenants and/or restrictions: There are restrictions / covenants listed on the Land Registry Title deed, details of which will be made available by the vendors solicitors on request.
Local Authority: New Forest District Council, Appletree Court, Beaulieu Road, Lyndhurst, SO43 7PA Tel: 02380 285 000
VAT: Any guide price quoted or discussed is exclusive of VAT. In the event that a sale of the property, or any part of it, or any right attached to it, becomes a chargeable supply for the purposes of VAT, such tax will be payable in addition.
Health and safety: Given the potential hazards of a working Estate we ask you to be as vigilant as possible when making your inspection for your own personal safety, particularly around the farm buildings and machinery.
Solicitors: Greenwoods GRM, Monkstone House, City Road, Peterborough PE1 1JE Tel 01733 887644 ref ERP
Viewings Strictly by confirmed appointment with the vendors agent, Strutt & Parker in Salisbury 01722 344014, or London 020 7318 5171.
This property has 905 acres of land.
Situation Newhouse is a truly magnificent Grade I Listed country house set in a beautiful private location with fine views over its own parkland and woodland beyond. Discretely positioned on the north eastern corner of the New Forest National Park, the Estate is situated around the highly desirable village of Lover and just to the west of the village of Redlynch.
Local amenities in Redlynch include a post office/store, village hall, church, two country pubs and two well renowned golf courses.
A further selection of services can be found in the market town of Fordingbridge 7 miles or the historic cathedral city of Salisbury 9.5 miles to the north. The commercial centres of Southampton and Bournemouth on the south coast offer further excellent shopping and recreational facilities. A direct train service runs from Southampton Parkway station to London Waterloo taking 65 minutes. Southampton Airport is 13 miles and has private aircraft facilities; Heathrow Airport is 69 miles.
The south coast provides access to numerous water sports facilities including yachting at Lymington, Beaulieu, Hamble and Poole. The area is renowned for its excellent schools including Chafyn Grove, Salisbury Cathedral and Godolphin in Salisbury, whilst there is also The Gregg and King Edward VI at Southampton; Embley Park, Winchester College and St Swithuns are also close by.
The New Forest The Forest was created by William the Conqueror in 1079 and is still largely in the possession of the Crown, comprising woodland, pasture, heaths and the remains of 17th, 18th and 19th century coppices and timber plantations. It is grazed by the ponies, cattle and pigs of the local commoners which add to the picturesque charm of the area. The Forest is a walking and riding paradise unmatched anywhere in the south of England.
Directions Exit the M27 at junction 2 and follow the signs to Salisbury on the A36 for 7.5 miles until immediately after a large lay-by followed by a brick and flint barn on the left hand side there is a small crossroads. Turn left at the crossroads on to Moor Lane. Continue on Moor Lane for about 2 miles (passing a signed secondary entrance to Newhouse) until you reach a T junction. Turn left, and continue past a right turn to Lover and the entrance drive is found after 100m on the left hand side.Read all
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