Gawcott Road, Hillesden
EQUESTRIAN FACILITY- WITH FULL PLANNING FOR A 4 BEDROOM CONTEMPORARY HOME. Offering approx 15 acres of permanent pasture, with 4 stables and planning for 2 more stables and planning for a 40 x 25m menage. Situated in a secluded location with lovely countryside views and close to a fabulous bridleway network.
A rare opportunity in an amazing location to build your own house to your own specification, over looking your own horses. Full planning has been granted to convert the barn into a 2 storey house with permission for 4 bedrooms.
Offering approx 15 acres of permanent pasture, with 4 stables and planning for 2 more stables and planning for a 40 x 25m menage. Situated in a secluded location with lovely countryside views and close to a fabulous bridleway network.
The land is divided into four paddocks and is surrounded by post and rail fencing with mature hedging providing shelter and privacy.
The land currently benefits from a timber stable block for four horses with planning permission for a further 2 stables.
Planning permission has also been approved for a 25 x 40m menage.
There are five steel containers, consisting of a toilet block and sink with connected plumbing and waste to a septic tank, and a kitchen unit with sink and hot water heater, both connected to the water and power system. The others are useful storage units. Planning permission in place
The site benefits from a borehole supplying ample natural water with a capability of pumping 20 gallons per minute, and power from a mixture of solar panels with battery storage with charge controller and backup generator, so "off grid living" is set up and ready to use.
Most of the land is designated agricultural with some designated as equestrian.
AVDC PLANNING REFERENCE 23/00716/COUAR
Hillesden is a highly sought after picturesque hamlet situated just outside the village of Gawcott. For those of you that haven`t visited this secluded area, you are missing out. A delightful, serene hamlet, surrounded by unspoilt countryside and many different bridlepaths and public footpaths, there is also a privately owned deer park. During the English Civil War the manor house at Hillesden was made a garrison for the Royalists. On the success of the Parliamentarians it was plundered greatly and its owner thrown into jail, where he subsequently died. The medieval church, built in 1493 was saved from the ravages of war, however, and remains to this day along with Cavalier bullet holes in its door. The nearby village of Gawcott benefits from a primary school, Church and a Public House. The Town of Buckingham offers a range of educational, shopping and leisure facilities close to hand.
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Aylesbury Vale District Council, Exempt