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Situated in the New Forest National Park and accessible to the open forest and heathland are two parcels of land measuring 8.41 acres (3.40 ha) in total. To be sold as a whole or in two lots.
The land has hedged and fenced boundaries.
There is a wooden frames barn in need of refurbishment, along with a field shelter, container, loose box and store.
The open New Forest is close by for out-riding.
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.
TENURE & POSSESSION
The land is being offered for sale on a freehold basis with vacant possession.
The village of Exbury sits in the south east corner of the New Forest National Park and is probably best known for Exbury Gardens.
The land is situated in a popular area of the New Forest National Park.
We have been informed there is a water supply.
From our offices in Gosport Street leave Lymington on the B3054 signposted to Beaulieu. Proceed through the village and continue up the hill and out on to the open forest. On reaching the junction by the Royal Oak Pub turn right and right again into Exbury Road. Just before the cattle grid turn right crossing a cattle grid into a private gravelled road leading to New Forest Plants. Continue for about 50 yards passing the nursery and take the next left up a track passing a house on the right to the five bar gate entrance to the top paddock.