Savills | Gussage All Saints, Wimborne, Dorset, BH21 5ES | Property for sale
3,875.01 sq ft(360 sq m)
Guide price £825,000

Gussage All SaintsWimborne, Dorset, BH21 5ES

  • Recently sold

Key features

  • Sold in May 2022
  • Picturesque valley surrounded by open fields
  • Building plot with planning permission for barn-style Five bedroom home
  • Cleverly designed by renowned local architects
  • Exceptional countryside views

Exciting and extremely rare opportunity to purchase a building plot of about 1.5 acres, with detailed planning permission for a stunning 5 bedroom barn-style home.

About this property

  • An exciting opportunity to purchase a building plot on which planning permission has been granted for the erection of a brand new barn-style five bedroom home. The site is situated on the edge of the village, just a third of a mile from the village's community pub, and in a picturesque valley surrounded by open fields. The proposed new property will extend to around 360m2 arranged over two floors, excluding the garage. The accommodation will include intercommunicating reception rooms and kitchen providing a large open plan living area on the ground floor, together with five bedrooms and four bathrooms, (three en suite) on the first floor. Most rooms in the house will enjoy exceptional views across the glorious surrounding countryside. The house has been cleverly designed by renowned local practice DMW Architects to take full advantage of the site, and also to meet Passivhaus standards. The plot extends to just over 1.5 acres and is bounded on the south and west sides by the Gussage stream, a tributary of the River Allen.

    Full details of the planning permission can be found on the Dorset Council website.
    Reference 3/20/0660/ FUL

    Agents Notes
    The brochure site plan is a guide for illustrative and marketing purposes only. It is not to scale, and should not be relied on as a boundary plan.
    The floorplans, room measurements and floor areas of the proposed house are only an approximation prepared as a guide from the approved plans.
    The CGI images of the proposed development are for illustrative and marketing purposes only, with the internal images providing styling and lifestyle suggestions.

The stunning views enjoyed by this site, are some of the finest I have seen - I can't wait to see the finished house!

Jamie MortenProperty agent

Local information

  • Gussage All Saints is a sought after Dorset village set in the beautiful countryside of the Cranborne Chase, an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.
  • This quiet and pretty village, which has a parish church, and community pub, The Drovers, is situated approximately seven miles from Wimborne Minster, and about 10 miles from both Blandford Forum and Ringwood.
  • Wimborne provides excellent amenities including a branch of Waitrose, cafes, restaurants, bars, and the Tivoli cinema/ theatre.
  • Sports and leisure amenities in the wider area include Remedy Oak Golf Club, Moors Valley Country Park, and the New Forest National Park for great walking, riding and cycling which starts east of Ringwood. Poole Harbour for yachting and water sports, and the famous beaches of Sandbanks are approximately 17 miles away, and the UNESCO World Heritage Jurassic Coast starts at Studland Bay beyond Wareham.
  • Trains to London run from Salisbury, Poole and Southampton Parkway stations, and the A31 which connects with the M27 and M3 can be joined at Ashley Heath.
  • Notable independent schools in Dorset include Canford, Bryanston, Dumpton and Clayesmore, and there are local state schools at Wimborne St Giles village and in Wimborne.

Additional information

  • Directions: Postcode: BH21 5ES From Wimborne: Proceed north on the B3078 Cranborne Road, and after approximately six miles turn left at the Horton Inn. Proceed along this road, passing over a small bridge, bearing right and then left, and uphill along a single lane stretch of road. Take the second turning on the right signposted to Gussage All Saints/ The Drovers. Follow this lane down to the bottom of the hill, past the first left turning, and over a small bridge. Ton Barn is the next gate on the right. NB If you reach the next crossroads, signposted left into the village/ right to Bowerswaine, you have gone too far