The land is situated on the Western edge of the tranquil village of Woodgreen which is in the North-West corner of the stunning New Forest National Park which has 140,000 acres of natural heath and woodland. From the Village Common, access to open forest can be found at Hale Purlieu, Godshill Enclosure and Millersford Plantation, together with the New Forest on your doorstep, provide prolific scenic routes for walking, riding and outdoor pursuits.
Living in Fordingbridge
Fordingbridge, with its distinctive seven arch bridge spanning the River Avon, rewards discovery. This former market town enjoys an idyllic location between the heath and woodland of the New Forest and rolling chalk downlands of Cranborne Chase. The Avon Valley long-distance footpath from Salisbury to Christchurch runs through the town, meandering beside the Avon. Round and about are some of the loveliest villages, including Rockbourne with the remains of a Roman villa and good, popular pub, the Rose & Thistle, and delightful Breamore with its picturesque Marsh (surviving manorial green) and Elizabethan manor house.
Fordingbridge itself has a high street of interesting independents including an art gallery, architectural salvage yard (a great resource with treasures such as Victorian fireplaces), bookshop and boutiques, and essentials such as butchers and bakers. There’s also a great selection of pubs and restaurants in the area, such as The George in Fordingbridge, The Three Lions at Stuckton and The Foresters at Frogham.
Property in Fordingbridge and surrounding area represents good value for the New Forest and includes character cottages and modern family homes. Families are also attracted by the well-regarded independent schools of Forres Sandle Manor and Moyles Court.
Fordingbridge is positioned just off the main Salisbury to Christchurch Road, so there’s reasonable access to the road networks - including A31 at Ringwood.
£65,000 Guide Price
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The land is currently presented as a single 2 acre open paddock which has an inner post-rail fence line, and is bordered on two sides by a belt of trees offering natural shelter. The land is accessed from Hale Road via a wooden five bar gate, which in turn takes you down a grass track leading directly to the paddock. The land also benefits from the Rights of Common of Pasture and Mast.Save Property
Spencers Ringwood Office
- 01425 462 600
42 High Street