Productive pasture with strategic long term development opportunities bordering St. Mary Bourne, Hampshire
Situated on the edge of the village of St Mary Bourne within the conservation area, Bells Field is an attractive parcel of pasture land with strategic long term development opportunities. Every day amenities can be found in St Mary Bourne with a shop, village hall, very well regarded primary school and 2 pubs, with Whitchurch and Newbury providing a more extensive selection of shops, pubs and restaurants. There is an excellent range of state and private schools in the area including; St. Mary Bourne and Hurstbourne Tarrant Primary Schools, Farleigh School in Red Rice, Cheam School in Headley, Rookwood in Andover, and Princess Mead in Winchester.
In all about 4.5 acres (1.83 hectares)
Predominantly gently sloping pasture immediately abutting Finkley Road on the north western boundary, the new Bells Meadow development of houses and the village Bowles Club abuts north eastern boundary and the village recreation ground is on the south eastern boundary, with a footpath providing access from Bells Field into the recreation ground. Vehicle access is provided via a5 bar gate on the extreme western boundary off Finkley Road. The land was put forward in the Basingstoke and Deane call for land' in July 2019 for a total of 20 homes (12
Market homes and 8 affordable.) and was accepted for possible future development.
Situated on the edge of the village of St Mary Bourne within the conservation area, Bells Field is an attractive parcel of pasture land with strategic long term development opportunities.Geoffrey Jones