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3 bed bungalow for sale

£1,100,000 Guide price

Amport, Andover, Hampshire SP11

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Property features

  • Charming 3 bedroom bungalow subject to an occupancy condition
  • Pasture land and woodland
  • Extensive equestrian facilities and stabling
  • Ndoor and outdoor schools
  • Established livery business
  • In all about 30.25 acres

Property description

First class equestrian holding set in 30 acres

Amport Riding Centre is a first class equestrian holding which is currently run as a well known livery yard and competition venue, established by the current owners in 1969. The holding totals approximately 30.25 acres within a ring fence and comprises relatively level grass paddocks and two strips of attractive mature woodland.

The bungalow built in 1983, is a charming 3 bedroom dwelling set back from the road and surrounded by a garden. The Entrance Hall leads in to the Kitchen and Breakfast Room which benefits from under floor heating. A door leads though to the Utility Room, Downstairs WC and rear Entrance. There is a Dining Room and a spacious Living Room. Three Bedrooms and a Family Bathroom complete the accommodation.

To the side is a large gravel parking area. The bungalow is subject to a Section 52 Condition restricting the occupancy of the bungalow to a person solely or mainly employed in the land.

The equestrian facilities lie to the west of the bungalow. Currently used to run a well-known livery yard from, the liveries use the gravel parking area between the bungalow and stables to park.

The equestrian facilities comprise:
O Extensive range of outbuildings with concrete yards, 15 stables and 8 former riding school stables.
O Tack room, feed rooms, hay and straw stores
o 30m x 50m post and rail fence outdoor school with a rubber surface
o 4 bay steel framed, 23.4m x 16.8m indoor school built in 1986

There are currently a number of liveries, the majority of which have had horses at the yard for a long time.

The holding totals approximately 30.25 acres, including two parcels of attractive amenity woodland totaling approximately 6.5 acres. The majority of the land is pasture land used for grazing and is classified as Grade 3, freely draining loamy shallow lime-rich soil over chalk or limestone.

To the north of the bungalow is the main parcel of woodland, being just over 5 acres. This woodland is designated as Grade II Listed Park and Garden. There is a smaller strip of approximately 1.23 acres of woodland which runs along the southern boundary with Furzedown Lane.

Included within the ownership is part of Furzedown Lane which is gated. There is a hardcore access to the land from Furzedown Lane which is used when competitions take place on the land.


The bungalow is located within the Amport Park which is Grade II Listed Registered Park and Garden, and although it is not listed in its own right it may be subject to some planning restrictions.

The trees have statutory protection and any alterations proposed will need to be authorised by the Local Planning Authority.

The Riding School is not located in Amport Park and so will not be subject to any planning constraints.

It is advised to speak to a Conservation Officer, or equivalent, at the local authority (lpa) and they will be able to confirm whether proposed works would require permission.

Section 52
The bungalow is subject to a Section 52 Condition restricting the occupancy of the bungalow to a person solely or mainly employed in the land.


The land buildings will be sold subject to an overage provision for a period of 21 years and for 30% of the increase in value over the equestrian value. The overage will be triggered when planning permission for development (for anything other than agriculture or equestrian purposes) is implemented or, if earlier, if the buildings are sold with the benefit of that planning permission. Further information is available from the agents.

Amport Riding Centre is located in a highly desirable and sought after area, on the edge of the picturesque village of Amport. Amport benefits from a popular primary school, The Hawk Inn and a church, there is a village shop in the neighbouring village of Abbots Ann. The area also benefits from a wide selection of both primary and secondary schools.

Andover lies approximately 3 miles to the east, offering a wide variety of supermarkets, a cinema and frequent rail service to London Waterloo. The market town of Stockbridge has a wonderful variety of boutique shops, restaurants, pubs, a doctor's surgery, dentist, delicatessen, butchers and a hair salon.

The A303 lies approximately 1.5 miles to the north giving access to the West Country and the M3 and A34. Amport Riding Centre is ideally placed for ease of access and the ability to travel to a wide selection of local and further afield equestrian competition venues.

Band F

Mains water and electricity, private drainage.

From the A303, turn off signposted to East Cholderton, Thruxton (village only), Kimpton and Fyfield. Then head south towards Amport, on Wiremead Lane. After approximately one mile, at the T junction turn right. Pass the village school on the left and at the next T junction turn right on to Furzedown Lane. Follow this road and the entrance to Amport Riding Centre is found on the right hand side after about a third of a mile.


SP11 8BE


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Property value data/graphs for SP11

Property type Avg. current value Avg. £ per sq ft. Avg. # beds Avg. £ paid (last 12m)
Detached £467,153 £323 4.0 £920,117
Semi-detached £313,705 £308 3.1 £333,041
Terraced £294,372 £290 2.9 £287,354
Flats £179,363 £234 1.8 £172,370

Current asking prices in SP11

Average: £611,383
Avg. current asking prices in SP11
Property type 1 bed 2 beds 3 beds 4 beds 5 beds
Houses - £315,446
Flats £170,000
- - -
All £170,000

Current asking rents in SP11

Average: £1,465 pcm
Avg. current asking prices in SP11
Property type 1 bed 2 beds 3 beds 4 beds 5 beds
Houses - £1,200 pcm
£1,771 pcm
£1,850 pcm
Flats £800 pcm
£1,075 pcm
- - -
All £800 pcm
£1,159 pcm
£1,771 pcm
£1,850 pcm

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£4,665 Monthly total


Purchase price
Deposit (10%) 110,000
Repayment term 25
Interest rate 2.0
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Gas £39 Electricity £53 Estimated energy cost £92/mo

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Estimated consumption

Gas: 16200 kWh/year
Electricity: 3900 kWh/year

Source: National Energy Efficiency Data Framework

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Estimated tax band H Council tax cost £307 /mo
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Supply £16 Sewerage £31 Estimated water cost £47 /mo
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