Farmhouse with separate accommodation, extensive outbuildings and 16.22 acres of land nestled in the New Forest
Home Farm House is a charming four bedroom family house located in a secluded part of the New Forest, yet easily accessible from the main transport links.
Adjacent to the house is an attractive courtyard of stables and traditional barns. Located above the workshop in the corner of the courtyard is a one bedroom first floor flat. To the south-east of the house is a Granary and range of farm buildings including a fine brick and clay tile period barn which would lend itself to many different uses (subject to planning).
The land surrounding the house comprises approximately 16.22 acres, with 14 acres of beautiful gently undulating grassland.
HOME FARM HOUSE
Home Farm House is approached via a quiet country lane. This charming family house is set back from the lane with a gravel parking area and formal lawn at the front of the house. The front elevation of the house is fully tile hung with enchanting latticed cast iron windows. The roof of the house is a combination of tiles and slate. The house is of brick construction the majority of which is painted and/or rendered.
The accommodation is spread over two floors both of which are full of period features adding to the propertys appeal. The ground floor cccommodation comprises; Sitting Room, Drawing Room, Dining Room, Kitchen, Utility Room, Pantry and Downstairs Cloakroom. Stairs lead up to the first floor with four Bedrooms and a Family Bathroom.
Located next to the house is an octagonal former Game Larder with a thatched roof, which is in a state of dilapidation.
The garden wraps around the house and is mainly laid to lawn.
Lying adjacent to the house is an attractive courtyard of traditional farm buildings, including a Hay Barn, Timber Frame Barn , former parlour, four stables and a tack room. In the centre of the courtyard is a covered yard with a slate roof.
There is a timber Granary to the east of the house adjacent to which there is a concrete framed open fronted barn used as a hay/straw store and a former livestock building.
HOME FARM FLAT
Home Farm Flat was originally the farm office and planning permission was granted for a conversion to a self-contained home in March 2015.
At present the flat comprises one Bedroom, a Living Room, fitted Kitchen and Bathroom. The flat has its own access up an external staircase to the first floor, underneath which is a substantial farm building. The flat could possibly be converted into a traditional two storey house (subject to obtaining planning consent). There are also no planning restrictions to selling off this part of the property separately should a purchaser wish to do so.
Planning permission was granted in April 2016 for Home Farm House to be extended. Application Number 16/00081. Planning has been granted for a two storey extension; single storey extension and external alterations. The proposed extension would increase the gross internal area of the house to 217.20 sq. m (2337.92 sq. ft), creating an open plan Kitchen Dining Room on the ground floor and a large Living Room. Plus an additional Master Bedroom with Dressing Room and en suite Bathroom on the first floor.
All of the land lies within a Nitrate Vulnerable Zone and New Forest National Park.
ENERGY PERFORMANCE CERTIFICATE
Home Farm House EPC rating - F
Home Farm Flat EPC rating - F
BASIC PAYMENT SCHEME
The Basic Payment Scheme Entitlements relating to the land are included in the sale, ensuring that more than 5 hectares of land is sold. The 2017 claim will be retained by the vendor. The vendor agrees to use all reasonable endeavours to transfer the entitlements for future Basic Payment Scheme payments to the purchaser(s).
RIGHTS OF WAY
The land is sold subject to and with the benefit of all matters contained in or referred to in the title deeds together with all public or private rights of way, wayleaves, easements and other rights of way affecting the property. There are no public rights of way crossing the land.
The Verderers of the New Forest confirm the Forest Rights of Common of Pasture and Mast attached to the property.
The Right of Common of Pasture entitles the occupier to depasture ponies, cattle and donkeys onto open wastes of the New Forest. The Right of Common of Mast entitles the occupier to depasture pigs onto open wastes of the Forest in the pannage season.
All sporting rights are in hand and are included within the sale.
Home Farm House nestles in the heart of the New Forest between the highly sought after villages of Bramshaw and Brook.
These adjoining villages have a village hall, a church and a pub. The AA4* hotel, the Bell Inn at Brook, has two 18 hole golf courses and is well known for its comfort and excellent food.
The New Forest offers thousands of acres of unspoilt moors, heath and woodland for those with walking and equestrian pursuits. For those with interests in yachting, Hamble, Lymington and Poole are all within easy driving distance. The cathedral city of Salisbury is situated about 16 miles to the north. The M27 at Cadnam is about 2 miles distant. The larger commercial centres of Southampton and Bournemouth are readily accessible via the excellent road links of the A31 and M27. There are two local airports, and Waterloo Station is within an hour from Southampton Parkway railway station.
The land at Home Farm is a ring fenced block of level grassland, which is divided in to manageable sized enclosures. There is a small parcel of pretty woodland located at the eastern end of the land which provides a habitat supporting a wealth of wildlife and is a carpet of bluebells in the spring.
Home Farm House Band - G
Home Farm Flat Band - B
Both the house and the flat benefit from mains water and electricity, private drainage and oil fired central heating.
PLEASE DO NOT FOLLOW THE STAT NAV USING THE POSTCODE
From Salisbury head south on the A36 towards Southampton. After approximately 9 miles turn right on to the B3079 towards Landford, Nomansland and Bramshaw. Continue along this road into Bramshaw. In Bramshaw at Stocks Cross crossroads, turn left, sign posted Wellow 3 3/4 miles, Romsey 7 ½ miles. Then take, almost immediately, the first right through a set of wooden gate pillars with wooden estate fencing on either side. Follow this lane for approximately one mile and Home Farm can be found on your right hand side.
From Junction 1 of M27 take the B3079 to Bramshaw. In Bramshaw at Stocks Cross crossroads, turn left, sign posted Wellow 3 3/4 miles, Romsey 7 ½ miles. Then take, almost immediately, the first right through a set of wooden gate pillars with wooden estate fencing on either side. Follow this lane for approximately one mile and Home Farm can be found on your right hand side.