Situated just off Southampton Road, Boldre and located in the New Forest National Park, 4 paddocks and track and woodland amounting to approximately 16.96 acres (6.86 ha).
The land and woodland are at present divided into four paddocks of approximately 5.0 acres, 6.0 acres and two 2.5 acres.
The balance of the land is the track, turning area and woodland.
The land is situated in the New Forest National Park.
Water is supplied to the land
There are three field shelters in separate paddocks.
Boldre is known as one of the loveliest villages in this part of Hampshre and lies on the edge of the New Forest National Park.
An archetypal Forest community Boldre is surrounded by glorious countryside. Divided by the Lymington River and possessing an ancient, stone built parish church, the area offers residents a real country lifestyle and two pubs.
On one side is the Georgian market town of Lymington presenting a varied and cosmopolitan shopping experience.
On the other side is the bustling village of Brockenhurst which has a main line station trains which runs to London Waterloo.
Junction 1 of the M27 motorway is approximately 8 miles away.
We have been informed there is a water supply.
From our office in St Thomas Street proceed to the one way system and take the right hand lane taking you onto the A337 Southampton Road heading in the direction of Brockenhurst. Next door to the large field where they carry out weekend car boot sales the entrance to the land will be seen on the left hand side and there is a gravel pull in leading to the track.