A successful wholesale plant nursery situated in the New Forest National Park with an agriculturally tied, beautifully presented 5 bedroom family home. All set within approximately 4.70 acres. Chain free.
A successful wholesaler producing circa 80,000 of 3L container grown hardy ornamental shrubs and climbers each year. Propagating 95% of plants on the Nursery, providing a unique range of rarer and more unusual plants.
Established business supplying distinguished and discerning customers such as The Royal Horticultural Society at Wisley, The Duchy of Cornwall Nursery, Burncoose Nursery and Hardy's Cottage Plants.
Large bay heated polytunnels.
Several substantial glasshouses, some with electricity. The largest has underfloor heating and a mist propagation system.
Substantial fully insulated barn measuring 60' x 45' with staircase to an enclosed mezzanine floor, housing office facilities.
Driveway capable of handling articulated vehicles with turning circle and parking for over twenty vehicles.
The Family Home "Fritillaries"
The accommodation layout is detailed on the floorplan within these particulars, but the following is particularly worthy of note:
Extremely well screened from the nursery site.
Welcoming farmhouse style kitchen with a Watson Range and space for kitchen table.
Spacious formal dining room for entertaining, with patio doors to the terrace.
Elegant sitting room with stunning fire place featuring a wood burner.
Double aspect master bedroom with dressing area and en-suite shower room.
Further double aspect en-suite second bedroom.
Large second floor bedroom currently used as the children's play room.
The house has plenty of well organised storage space throughout.
Beautifully landscaped low maintenance gardens surround the house, featuring a summer house and hot tub.
Double garage with games room above.
Brockhill Nursery is situated in the village of Tiptoe. The thriving community has a primary school, church and nearby public house.
The village benefits from easy access to the nearby open forest.
The extensive facilities found in the popular neighbouring village of Sway include a mainline rail connection to London Waterloo, post office/newsagents, doctor's surgery, restaurant, Delicatessen and several pubs.
The popular Georgian market town of Lymington is about six miles away. The town is renowned for its high street, pretty cobbled Quay, sailing heritage and popular marinas offering opportunities to the water enthusiast.
There are many well regarded private and state schools within a short drive, including Tiptoe and Sway Primary Schools, Priestlands Secondary School and Walhampton and Ballard Independant Schools.
The M27 can be accessed at Junction 1 or 2 and links to the M3 affording easy access to Winchester, Basingstoke and London.
Southampton Airport Parkway and Bournemouth Airport provide easy and quick access to many domestic and international destinations.
TENURE AND POSSESSION
Brockhill Nursery and the house known as "Fritillaries" are being offered for sale on a freehold basis. Vacant possession will be granted on completion of the sale.
Full details to be confirmed.
SERVICES AND COUNCIL TAX
Mains electricity, gas and water. Private drainage.
From our office in Lymington proceed out of the town on the A337, Southampton Road, in the direction of Brockenhurst. Just past the Monkey House Inn turn left onto Sway Road. Continue on this road past The Gordleton Mill and as it becomes Silver Street. At the roundabout take the second exit onto Vaggs Lane. At the end of Vaggs Lane turn right and after a very short distance the property and nursery will be found on the left hand side marked by a For Sale board.