Excellent riding on the local network and bridleways
Complete with field shelter and water connected
Freehold with vacant possession
Property lies within the south downs national park
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Directions: Whiteflood Meadow can be accessed from either of two directions, one from the north off the Winchester/Owslebury to Bishops Waltham Road, (Belmore Lane) and one from the south off Baybridge Lane via Baybridge and Lower Whiteflood Farm.
The shortest route is from the north where you can park on the north side of the road and cross Belmore Lane close to Whiteflood entering the Green Lane from the north and then up over the bank into the northeast corner of the paddock where the new field shelter is positioned and water trough connected. The more conventional route in is from the south via Upper Baybridge Farm and Lower Whiteflood Farm running north up the access track for a few hundred metres and then the access gate will be found on the left hand side in the southeast corner of Whiteflood Meadow opening out into the whole field.
Location: The property lies within the South Downs National Park and directly adjoins a long established green lane over which there are public rights of way for riding, cycling and walking - indeed this pathway forms part of one of the Hampshire Long Distance Walking routes between the old Roman strongholds of Portchester and Winchester known as "King's Way".
There are numerous opportunities for riding over the comprehensive network of long established public bridleways and green lanes as marked and coloured pink on the Location Plan over.
General Description: This 4.735 acre paddock has a slight easterly slope and gradient and lies about 92 m above sea level with maximum dimensions of about 220 m from north to south and a maximum width of about 100 m along the southern boundary. The eastern and southern boundaries comprise long established native broadleaf hedgerows adjacent to the sunken Green Lane and the western boundary by a conventional stockproof fence and the northern boundary by the gardens of the adjoining Upper Whiteflood residential properties and grounds. The land is served by a six bar galvanised gate in the south eastern corner of the land that gives access into the field for all necessary cultivations, mowing, hay making, hedge cutting and for vehicular access with horse box etc.
The land is shown on the Ministry of Agriculture Land Classification Plan as Grade 3 and the Soil Survey of South East England indicate free draining fine loamy soils of h5 upper chalk (soft white chalk with flints) particularly suited to extensive grazing and turnout for most of the year.
The land is sold subject to an existing right of way that runs along the southern boundary of the field to give occasional access from the land to the west down to the bridleway.
A new approx 12' x 12' timber framed and clad Field Shelter built on skids with cement fibre roof is positioned in the north east corner of the land providing shelter and shade for animals throughout the year.
Tenure and Possession: Freehold with vacant possession.
Title: The land is Registered with hm Land Registry under Title No HP595749.
Services: Whiteflood Meadow benefits from a water supply from The Longwood Water Company Ltd (metered) with a current standing charge of £30 per annum and for water consumed at a cost of £1.31 per cubic metre (220 gallons). A new water trough has just been installed close to the field shelter.
Viewing: At any reasonable time during daylight hours on foot whilst in possession of a copy of these sales particulars.
Contact: Tim Gardner, Ian Judd and Partners LLP, Tel: 01489,896422
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