An equestrian development opportunity with 23 acres

Horsedown farm represents a unique equestrian opportunity which presents a stylish timber framed cabin which provides well proportioned accommodation ideally positioned in relation to the equestrian facilities. There is a well fitted kitchen/breakfast room off which is a double aspect living room with a log burning stove. Double doors lead from both the kitchen and the living room leading to the large garden and patio area. There is a principal bedroom and en suite, two further double bedrooms and a family bathroom. The bungalow also has the benefit of underfloor heating throughout. Additionally the adjoining barn has planning consent to convert into a substantial 4303 sq ft single storey dwelling – plans can be viewed under application number 20/00691/PRIOR.

Agent's Note The original planning permission for the equestrian facilities granted in 2012 (Application Number: 11/02089/MAJOR) also included planning permission for a horsewalker. Having been granted in May 2020 there is planning permission to convert the agricultural barn into a single storey residential dwelling (Application Number: 20/00691/PRIOR). The drawings shown are taken directly from the planning application and therefore represent part of the planning consent 20/00691/Prior The bungalow is the subject of an equestrian tie - more detail will be provided by the vendor's solicitor at the pre contract enquiry stage.

This property has 23 acres of land.

Outside

The equestrian facilities are comprehensive and comprise 12 stables within a beautiful courtyard, all with automatic drinkers, 6 stables within the agricultural barn and two further timber stables. The stables are supplied by a 10,000 litre water harvester. In addition, there is a 25m x 55m floodlit sand school with a sand and rubber surface built by Aztec Arenas. Within the main courtyard complex there is a washdown bay, a client room, a feed room and a machinery store which all have power connected and lights. Within the agricultural barn there is a large alarmed tack room and a toilet with a shower facility for clients.

Situation

Horsedown Farm is situated at the end of a private drive in a rural and unspoilt location with a wonderful outlook over Horsedown Hill, a well-known local landmark. Nearby villages of Odiham and Crondall offer a convenience store, supermarket and post office. The larger market town of Farnham provides more extensive facilities. There are a range of both state and independent schools in the immediate area. Communications are excellent with the mainline station at Winchfield ( Waterloo 60 minutes ) and junction 5 of the M3 both within a few miles.

Directions

From our office, proceed into King Street and continue for about 2 miles and turn left onto White Hill. Remain on White Hill bearing left past The Chequers Inn, bear left at the T-junction and proceed for a further 0.5 miles where you will see a grassy triangle in front of you with a lane signposted Swanthorpe. Turn left immediately in front of that lane down a single track where Horsedown Farm will be found after a few hundred yards.

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Ref: ODH200041

Well Hook Hampshire RG29

Guide Price
£1,500,000

Ref: ODH200041

Well Hook Hampshire RG29

Guide Price
£1,500,000