Manor Farm represents a rare opportunity to acquire a range of traditional barns and outbuildings which were originally owned by the Shaftesbury Estate but have been in private ownership in recent years and CREATE A STUNNING RURAL FAMILY HOME.
NEW PLANNING APPROVED FOR RESIDENTIAL USE OF ALL THE COURTYARD BUILDINGS (5000 SQ FT HOME.)
Standing in grounds and paddocks of up to 13 acres on a gently sloping site, in a naturally stunning village location, the buildings were originally constructed as part of a dairy farm and are believed to date back to the 17th century.
They extend, in total, to about 5,000 square feet and are on the very fringe of Gussage All Saints, a popular rural village, tucked away from main roads and traffic noise, approximately 8 miles to the north of the market town of Wimborne Minster. There is also good access to Blandford Forum, Ringwood, and the city of Salisbury, which has a mainline rail link to London Waterloo.
There are no direct neighbours and the site is within easy walking distance of both Gussage All Saints (with the Drovers public house) and Gussage St Michael. There are stunning views over surrounding farmland, and excellent grazing chalk down land.
Mains electricity and water are available, and there is private septic tank drainage. There is no gas supply. No rights of way cross the land.
Lot One: 2.03 acres and Lot Two: 11.6 acres approximately including the Pole Barn of approx 1850 sq ft
DIRECTIONS: From Wimborne, take the B3078 towards Cranborne. At the Horton Inn, turn left. Take the second turning on the right, signposted to Gussage All Saints. On the bend, bear left down Mead Lane. At the end, turn left towards Gussage St Michael. Continue for about 300m, and Manor Farm Buildings can be found on the left hand side.