Hordle, Lymington

The property is situated in the village of Hordle and epitomises the peace and tranquillity of the New Forest. Hordle, is a semi-rural village between Lymington, a popular market town famed for its river and marinas and New Milton which offers comprehensive leisure and shopping facilities with excellent schools nearby. To the north east is the New Forest village of Brockenhurst which has a mainline railway station providing a half hourly service to London Waterloo with a journey time of approximately 90 minutes. There is a nearby Post office, corner store and The Crown Pub a five minute drive.

Planning Permission has been granted to build a detached three bedroom bungalow with off road parking for two cars  plus a small garden. The ground floor accommodation will consist of an entrance hallway, cloak room, spacious lounge with double doors to the patio, fitted kitchen, dining area and bedroom three/study. On the first floor there will be a landing, two double bedrooms and a family bathroom. Externally the existing garage on the site will be removed providing off road parking for two cars. In addition, there is space for a small rear lawned garden as well as a bike store. 

Bransgore, Christchurch


– Mains water supply

– Currently being utilised as grazing land

– Perfectly located for unlimited forest riding from the gate

– Pond and bordered by hedge rows

– Recreational land


Located within a level walk of the town centre of Wimborne along a one way road with easy access onto the nearby Poole Road and A31. The town of Wimborne has medieval origins and over the years has grown into a centre of great style and culture. There are superb facilities here with quality shops, café’s and restaurants surrounding the well known square. The local schools ,both junior and senior, have good Ofsted ratings and there is a large sports  recreation centre just outside Wimborne at Queen Elisabeth school. Good access to Poole and Bournemouth and heading West along the A31 gives a direct route to Ringwood and onwards to Southampton (via M27).

– Ground floor office space

– Hall and stairs to first floor hall

– Four first floor offices, two cloakrooms, kitchen and shower room

– Adjoining building comprising hall with three separate work spaces and side access

– Off road parking to the front and side access via gate leading to enclosed rear garden

Sway, Lymington

East Street Farm has been used previously as a riding school and now presents a number of opportunities for use as a small equine facility or for potential conversion to rural workshops or other small commercial units subject to planning. The attractive barns and storage units would now benefit from some refurbishment and upgrading but offer square footage in excess of 5000 sq ft providing space for a number of requirements.

The barn is set around a small stable yard, consisting of four stables at the front with direct access off Pitmore Lane.

Further access is available from Pitmore Lane onto the land and rear of the barns with hard standing providing ample parking and a holding area for horses. From here gated access leads into the paddock and through into a rear courtyard with access to further outbuildings and the manège.

Access for riding out to the forest is set just across the road off Mount Pleasant Lane.

Further benefits include forest rights including common of pasture and mast.

Agents Note: Mains water is available but we understand that further utilities can be accessed from the main road and buyers would need to investigate connections. 

Sway, Lymington

This much sought after land is in a picturesque rural position on the peripheries of the village, bordering the open forest and providing the potential for excellent grazing.

Accessed via a 5 bar gate, there is a large area of hardstanding with a storage barn, stable and a water supply, leading via a further gate to a stable complex with 3 stables and a tack room. The associated grounds lie in front of the stables and offer a combination of gently sloping paddock and forest land enclosed by stock fencing.

The land slopes down to a small stream which runs across the land adjacent to the woodland to the rear.

Burley, Ringwood


– External boundary bordered by deer fencing to three sides

– Paddocks individually divided by post and rail fencing

– Access provided by double metal gates with a hard standing track leading to a double field shelter/stable and a further timber store/shelter

– Fenced hard standing area situated to the front of the field shelters

– Two taps and automatic water troughs which supply both paddocks

– Mains electricity supply to the outbuildings

– Perfectly located for unlimited forest riding directly from the gate

– Believed to benefit from Commoners Rights of pasture and mast


From our office in Burley turn left by The Queens Head into Chapel Lane. Take the second turning on the right into Beechwood Lane and continue until you see Bisterne Close on the left. Turn here passing Southfield Lane on your right and continue along the road. The land will shortly be found on the right hand side.


Viewings STRICTLY by appointment with the vendors sole selling agent.