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HORSESHOE BARN

CHAPMANSFORD FARM, ST MARY BOURNE, HAMPSHIRE

A N I N D I V I D UA L P E R I O D P R O P E R T Y B Y H A M P S H I R E H E R I TA G E D E V E L O P M E N T S LT D
While Chapmansford Farm is in deep countryside, it is situated just 4 miles from the
small town of Whitchurch, on the A34, which has regular rail connections to London
Waterloo. The A34 brings the M3 to the South and the M4 to the North within a convenient
drive – 16 and 18 miles respectively.

The neighbouring market town of Andover offers a wide choice of both shopping and
HORSESHOE BARN leisure facilities.

C H A P M A N S F O R D FA R M , S T M A R Y B O U R N E , H A M P S H I R E Also within easy reach is the unspoilt cathedral City of Winchester, England’s ancient Capital
and former seat of King Alfred the Great. This is a truly cosmopolitan City with excellent
restaurants, superb shopping facilities and several highly regarded schools for all ages.

Whitchurch 4 miles (6.3 km), Andover 6 miles (9.8 km), Newbury 14.5 miles St Mary Bourne lies in some of England’s finest rural scenery, making walks and outdoor pursuits
(23.4 km), Winchester 17 miles (27.9 km). All mileages are approximate. a pleasure. Golfers are also well served by a variety of clubs such as the Royal Winchester, one
of the oldest clubs in the country.
Situated in one of Hampshire’s most desirable locations, this finely restored brick
and flint barn in the Bourne Valley enable an enviable way of life, nestled in rural Horseshoe Barn is approached along a private driveway with remotely operated 5 bar gate
surroundings, yet closely connected to several large towns and London and secured by post and rail fencing. Horseshoe Barn comes with approximately 13 acres of
open fields and woodland, ideal for equestrian and field sports use.
St Mary Bourne was recorded as a village settlement in the Domesday Survey and is
located within the North Wessex Downs Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. With its There is potential to replace the open barns at the top paddock into a leisure complex with
roots in medieval times, St Mary Bourne is a truly classic English village with its space for an indoor swimming pool. Alternative uses could include an equestrian development to
own essential amenities – churches, post office, pubs and village shop. include loose boxes, tack room and ménage, subject to obtaining the necessary planning consents
Situated in one of Hampshire’s a View from East

b View from South East


most desirable locations, this
finely restored brick and flint
barn in the Bourne Valley Woodland
1.75 acres
enables an enviable way of life,
nestling in rural surroundings,
yet closely connected to several
Open fields/paddocks Garden & barn
large towns and London. 11 acres = 4.45 hectares approx. 0.64 acres
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a b
Horseshoe Barn | Artist’s Impression
Horseshoe Barn | Floor Plan

Ground Floor

First Floor
Ground Floor
ROOM DIMENSIONS
Living Room 4.4 x 7.3m 14’4” x 24’0”
Dining Room 5.4 x 4.4m 17’7” x 14’4”
Breakfast Room 4.5 x 4.9m 14’8” x 16’0”
Kitchen Room 4.0 x 4.9m 13’1” x 16’1”
Family Room 4.5 x 4.7m 14’8” x 15’4”
Bedroom 4 4.0 x 2.6m 13’1” x 8’5”
Bedroom 5 3.9 x 3.8m 12’8” x 12’5”
Games/Study 3.8 x 13.2m 12’5” x 43’3”
Heated Store 3.6 x 5.7m 11’8” x 18’7”

First Floor
ROOM DIMENSIONS
Bedroom 1 4.9 x 4.8m max 16’1” x 15’7”
Bedroom 2 4.8 x 3.0m 15’7” x 9’8”
Bedroom 3 2.7 x 3.2m 8’9” x 10’5”

The dimensions for the bedrooms do not include


the ensuite bathrooms.
Possible Leisure complex

There is potential to replace the open barns at the top paddock into a leisure complex with space for an indoor swimming pool. Subject to obtaining the necessary planning consents.
This artist’s impression is intended to give a general idea of the type of development and does not form part of any spec or contract.
Previously completed developments
General Specification for Horseshoe Barn

Each new home is fitted to the highest EXTERIOR FEATURES FIREPLACE

standard and quality. It is Hampshire Heritage Horseshoe Barn is constructed in a mixture of • Fireplace surround constructed in salvaged brickwork
handmade stock bricks and flint panels to the elevations. with oak beams and ‘Yorkstone’ style feature hearths
Development’s policy to provide choice
The roofs are covered in natural clay tiles. High levels and log stores
wherever possible, and subject to the stage
of roof, wall and floor insulation, together with hermetically FLOOR AND WALL FINISHES
of construction, the opportunity exists for sealed double-glazed units, ensure the property is comfortable. • Oak plank flooring to hall, wc and living room
you to personalise your home. • Bradstone Old Yorkstone random paving to kitchen,
FEATURES
utility and breakfast room
• 10 year Zurich Building Guarantee Scheme
• Limestone or tumbled marble to bathrooms
• Oil fired central heating system with thermostatic controls
• Bathroom wall tiling from selected range by Tileco
• Traditionally plastered walls and ceilings
• Carpet to all other rooms
• Sound insulated upper timber floors
• Vaulted ceiling KITCHEN
• Exposed oak beams and trusses • Shaker style panelled painted kitchens from
selected ranges
LIGHTING AND ELECTRICAL
• Granite work surfaces
• BT points to rooms
• Aga
• Full satellite TV system wiring to all reception
• Electric single oven and hob
rooms and bedrooms
• American fridge/freezer
• Video entry system and remote controlled 5 bar
• Integrated dishwasher
entrance gate
• Washer/drier in utility room
• Wiring for data systems to all reception rooms
• Quantum microwave
and bedrooms
• Coffee maker
• LV downlighting in kitchen, breakfast room,
• Low voltage lighting
and bathrooms
• Under peimet lighting
• 5 amp ring main to drawing and dining room
• Water softener
and bedroom 1
• External lighting to all external doors BATHROOMS
• Garage and external lighting operated by PIR detectors • White traditional sanitary ware
• Alarm system • Thermostatically controlled showers
• Chrome antique style taps
• Mains pressure showers
• Heated towel rails to all bathrooms • Turfed lawns with planting areas solicitors have been told by the vendor’s solicitors, or
• Recessed low voltage lighting • Patio areas and paths in Cotswold Tegola Deco paving vendor’s agents, that the property is ready for occupation.
• Shaver point • Three bay open cartshed parking with additional At that time the balance of the purchase money, plus the
hardstanding for three further cars estimated amenity charge for the first year, must be paid.
WARDROBES
• Heated store / garage for a vintage car
• Fitted wardrobe furniture to master bedroom TENURE
• Garden tap
• Wardrobes to bedrooms 2 and 5 The properties are sold freehold.
• Turfed landscaped bank to rear
CENTRAL HEATING • Remote operated 5 bar gate to drive MANAGEMENT COMPANY
• Oil fired boilers to provide central heating/hot water • Approximately 11 acres of open field/paddock The Management Company will become the freeholder of
• Radiators are controlled by thermostatic valves • Approximately 1.75 acres of woodland the common parts, which consist of the access drive. An
• Fully insulated ground floor walls and roofs, which • Possible future development (subject to obtaining amenity charge is to be paid by each property to cover the
provide for an extremely energy efficient home necessary consents) of a leisure complex or cost of maintaining the access drive. The estimate for the
• Heated towel rails to master en-suite and stabling to the open barns at the top paddock first year is £200 per property.
family bathrooms SERVICES These details are intended to give a general idea of the
• The store is also heated to accommodate, for • Mains, electric and BT. type of home but they do not form part of any spec or
example, a vintage car. • Drainage by private sewage treatment plant contract. The dimensions are approximate and may vary
• Mains water depending on internal finish. By the time you read this,
SECURITY
some of the details may have changed because of the
• Intruder alarm system to ground floor METHOD OF PURCHASE Hampshire Heritage Development policy of continually
• Mains controlled smoke detectors 1. Reservations: updating and improving design features.
• Chubb night light and 5 lever mortice lock to To reserve Horseshoe Barn the vendor requires a
front door reservation fee of £5,000, which is refundable, less £1,000 IMPORTANT NOTICE
• 5 lever mortice lock and latch with mortice security administration costs. If at the end of a period of 4 weeks These particulars are for guidance only. They have been prepared by Hampshire
bolts to rear French doors Heritage Developments Limited and issued in good faith and are intended to give a fair
contracts have not exchanged, the vendor reserves the right summary of the development. Any description or information given should not be relied
• Cart shed car port lighting controlled by to re-offer the house for sale. A cheque should be made upon as a statement of fact or that the property or its services are in good condition.
Please note that the illustrations of the site and properties are artist’s impressions and
movement sensors payable to the vendor’s solicitors: Blake Lapthorn Linnell. show only certain parts and aspects of the properties and may vary during construction.
Any areas, measurements or distances given are approximate only. All statements contained
• Lockable windows (unless escape window) 2. Exchange of Contracts: in these particulars in relation to the property are made without responsibility on the part
of Hampshire Heritage Developments Limited or their agents. The agent nor any of their
EXTERNALLY Upon exchange of contracts the vendor requires 10% employees has any authority to make or give any representation or warranty whatsoever in
deposit less £5,000 reservation fee. relation to the property. Any reference to alterations to, or use of, any part of the properties
• Crushed Cotswold Stone surfacing to drive is not a statement that any necessary planning, building regulations or other consent has
and hardstanding 3. Completion: been obtained. These matters must be verified by any intending purchaser. The site plans
are for guidance only and must not be relied upon as a statement or fact and are not
• Post and rail fences with new hedging Completion will take place 14 days after the purchaser’s to scale. Appliances and services installed will not have been tested.
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