A building plot with consent for a charming detached c. 3,400 sq ft 4 bedroom house set in a beautiful, rural position surrounded by unspoilt agricultural land
The property is approached along a private drive alongside the pretty Silchester Brook comprising a building plot with detailed planning consent for the erection of a detached 4 bedroom brick built house as per Application No: 19/02609/FUL dated 13.01.20. The gross internal area of the proposed house is c.3,375 square foot (excluding the garage).
Prospective purchasers are advised that they must seek their own advice from the local planning authority.
Basingstoke 8 miles (London Waterloo from 45 mins) | Reading 12.2 miles (London Paddington from 23 mins) | Newbury 13.9 miles | M4 Junc. 12, 10 miles | M3 Junc. 6, 8 miles
The building plot lies on the edge of the village of Silchester in a popular part of north Hampshire. The village has an active community with a primary school, public house, village hall and 12th century church, and the beautiful surrounding countryside is renowned for walking and riding. To the east of the village is the site of Calleva Atrebatum, which was an important regional town in Roman Britain. The nearby towns of Newbury, Basingstoke and Reading provide extensive educational and leisure facilities and a wide range of shopping,
and communications in the area are good with easy access to the M3, M4 and A34. In addition to Basingstoke station, there is a train service from Bramley and Mortimer into either
London Paddington or Waterloo. There is a good range of private and state schooling in the area, including Silchester C of E Primary School, Cheam, Horris Hill, Elstree, St. Gabriel’s,
Downe House, Daneshill, Bradfield College and Wellington College.
Square Footage: 3,400 sq ft
From Basingstoke take the A340 to Sherborne St John. Continue on the A340 through Sherborne St John and on towards Pamber End. Turn right in Pamber End opposite The Queens Arms, towards Bramley. Proceed past the turning to Little London and on to Bramley turning left to Latchmere Green and Silchester. The entrance to Halls Farm will be found on the left after about a mile and just before a bridge with white metal railings. Continue down this track forking left again after about 100 yards into the property.
Silchester, is a former Roman town with amphitheatre and a 12th century parish church. There are a network of footpaths and bridleways around Silchester for walking, cycling and riding. There are a number of golf courses in the area including a 27 hole course at Sandford Springs, Kingsclere. There are several gyms/health clubs in Newbury, Reading and Basingstoke, while for the spectator, there is also horse racing at Newbury. Local schools include Elstree, Cheam, Horris Hill, Daneshill, Eagle House, St Neot’s, Wellington College and Downe House as well as a great selection of nearby state schools. The property is also well placed for both the M4 and M3 motorways.