Upper Wyke, St Mary Bourne, Andover, Hampshire Sp11
A unique opportunity to acquire a parcel of woodland approaching nine acres in a quiet elevated setting within an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and featuring a large central glade area.
There is an oak frame structure comprising a double car port with adjoining store which has planning consent to be converted into a small self-contained residence limited to holiday let usage.
A unique opportunity to acquire a parcel of woodland approaching nine acres together with an existing oak frame structure situated in an idyllic location within an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty within the Bourne Valley with far reaching views through the trees over the adjoining countryside. The woodland comprises predominantly beech and Norwegian spruce trees and features a central glade area. It is approached through a gated entrance from the lane with a track leading through the trees to the oak framed structure (about 9.15m x 5.49m) comprising a double car port and adjoining store for which there is full planning permission for conversation into a two bedroom holiday home. There is also a freight container on site which could provide useful storage whilst any works were carried out. For further details please refer to Basingstoke & Deane Council, planning ref. 19/01210/FUL.
The land is situated in an idyllic and secluded elevated rural setting with far reaching views across the Bourne Valley. The village of St Mary Bourne is renowned for its many period houses and cottages and has a primary school, doctor’s surgery, church, modern village hall, a Post Office and shop, as well as two public houses and recreation ground with cricket pitch. The nearby towns of Andover (about four miles distant) and Newbury offer fast mainline rail services to Waterloo and Paddington respectively, together with a comprehensive range of shopping, educational and leisure facilities. An excellent rail service to Waterloo is also available from Whitchurch, about three miles distant. The cathedral city of Winchester is approximately twenty minutes’ drive away. The A34 and A303 roads and M3 and M4 motorways are all within easy reach.
Mains electricity. Septic tank drainage. A geological survey has been carried out ready for a private water supply to be installed (report available).
POST CODE SP11 6EA. From the George pub in the centre of St Mary Bourne, proceed over the small bridge towards Stoke for about 200 yards and at the War Memorial turn left. Proceed up the hill to Five Lanes crossroads and take the first right turning, at the bottom of the hill turn left, at the top of the hill on the left there is a pull in and large gateway on the side of the road which leads to Denning Wood.
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