- Traditional unlisted 6 bedroom farmhouse
- Planning permission for a second dwelling in the old dairy
- Income generating PV panels and Ground source heat pump
- Attractive Arable, pasture and woodland
- Family shoot and single bank fishing on the Enbourne
- EPC Rating = C
A compact residential amenity estate with potential for development
Hyde End Farm is close to the commuting hubs of Newbury and Basingstoke providing excellent road rail links into London. The local village of Brimpton has a strong community based around the local primary school and there are a number local events as well as a network of footpaths and bridleways spread across neighbouring farms and into the North Wessex Downs.
The popular town of Newbury offers further amenities including a more extensive range of supermarkets, shops, restaurants, pubs, as well as theatres and a cinema. There is also a train station with ample parking which has a direct route into London Paddington from 48 minutes.
Hyde End Farm is superbly located for recreational activities including golf at Bishopswood Golf Club near Tadley as well as Newbury and Crookham Golf Club slightly closer to Newbury. An area of outstanding natural beauty (AONB) The North Wessex Downs is located nearby where there are numerous cycling, walking and riding routes as well as the Thames valley for more water based activities. Newbury Racecourse is also close by and offers a real mix of racing events.
Hyde End Farm is a picturesque amenity farm with a attractive traditional, energy efficient, farmhouse dating back over 200 years. The farmhouse is privately situated just outside the village of Brimpton, close to the popular town of Newbury. There is potential for a two bedroom annexe in the old dairy and a range of outbuildings with development potential subject to necessary planning consents.
The farmland has been maintained to a high standard and is well laid out with tracks providing access to all fields off the lane known as Hyde End Lane. The farmland is predominantly arable with gently undulating topography and interspersed woodlands leading down to The River Enborne. The farm is in hand on a contracting arrangement with the local farmer.
Hyde End Farmhouse is a detached unlisted, 6 bedroom property that has been extended to create a substantial family home. The house has retained a wealth of character and period features throughout the original part of the house. As seen from the plan, the layout of the ground floor is well organised with family accommodation comprising a drawing room, dining room, study, playroom and kitchen as well as the a laundry room, and scullery in the older part of the house that was the original dairy. Upstairs there is a master bedroom with ensuite Jack and Jill bathroom and a separate dressing room. There are 5 further bedrooms and a family bathroom. There is also potential for a seperate two bedroom self-contained annexe in the old dairy that would work very as staff accomadation or as a holiday rental, it would have its own parking area and front door. Gardens and grounds
The main house is positioned in the centre of a well manicured garden which is predominantly laid lawn with herbaceous borders. To the east is a productive vegetable garden, fruit trees and a well established asparagus bed, there is also a very impressive BBQ house. At the front of the house is a large gravel drive way with two entry points from the lane as well as a large grassed area that could be a fantastic conquet lawn. There are a number of outbuildings shown on the block plan which include:
The land totals approximately 133 acres of pasture, arable and wood land, there is also an area of short rotation willowcoppice currently in place. The land comprises seven fields and two areas of woodland with the River Enbourne running along the southern boundary. The land is on both sides of Hyde End Lane and has various access points onto the land from the lane.
Square Footage: 3486 sq ft
Acreage: 133 Acres
From London, exit the M4 at Juction 12 signposted towards Bath and the A4. Continue along the A4 over three roundabouts at the fourth roundabout, take the first exit onto the A340 and continue along the Basingstoke road. At the next roundabout take the second exit onto Wasing Lane which will turn into Crookham Common lane immediately once you have gone through Brimpton. Approximatly 0.9 of a mile after you have left Brimpton turn left onto Hyde End Land and continue until you reach the sign post for Hyde End Farm
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