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Productive block of arable land with woodland parcels and excellent accessibility. In all about 168 acres.
The arable land extends to about 111 acres of well-managed, good quality farmland with free draining Grade 3 chalk producing consistently strong yields. The soil is easy working, capable of growing a wide variety of arable crops and the fields are all of a good size, well suited for modern arable farming and large agricultural vehicles and equipment. The land is gently undulating and has been farmed to a high standard, producing a good yield of Spring Barley.
There is good vehicular access to the land from the A272 highway.
The woodland is divided into three principle parcels totalling just under 57 acres. The trees are mainly native English hardwood including Oak, Ash, Sycamore, Yew, Hazel together with a wide variety of shrubs woodland flowers.
This variety of species creates an excellent habitat for wildlife and attracts a wide range of flora and fauna
The Land at Three Maids Hill is conveniently situated just to the north of Hampshires county town of Winchester (5 miles) on the A272.
The nearby landmark of South Wonstons concrete water tower adjoins the property and the land also borders the A34 but there is no vehicular access.
There is a good network of major roads in the locality allowing easy vehicular access to the land
There are no services connected to the land.
From Junction 9 of the M3 take the A34 towards Newbury. After about 3 miles take the slip road signposted to Worthy Down, Sutton Scotney and Stockbridge. At the roundabout take the 4th exit onto the A272 to Stockbridge and Salisbury. After about one mile the entrance to the land can be found on the right hand side.