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 Whitewoods Farm, Garsons Lane, Warfield

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Detached house with potential to extend (stpp), self contained cottage, stables, tack rooms, steel portal frame barn with machinery shed, post and rail fenced paddocks & 40m x 20m fully lit sand manège. All accessed via a double gated gravelled driveway. 

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 Hayles Farm, Freith, Buckinghamshire, RG9 6PN

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Extending to 42.4 acres comprising:

5.5 acres of grade 3 arable land - currently in a grass ley

35.8 acres of grade 3 permanent pasture

Yard area with hardstanding

Fully enclosed steel framed machinery and grain store building with lean to

Open sided steel framed hay/straw barn with partly enclosed lean to structure

Mains water

Located on the edge of the popular village of Frieth in Oxfordshire, Hayles farm is a well equipped Smallholding offering the opportunity to continue the agricultural use of the land, along with Development potential and alternative uses subject to obtaining the necessary planning consents.

Available as a whole or in two lots.

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 Lot 1 - Hayles Farm Henley On Thames

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Lot 1 Hayles Farm, Henley On Thames.

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 The Gatehouse London Road Tetsworth Thame OX9 7AZ

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A three bedroom detached house with self contained annexe, outbuildings and stables set within 6 acres of pastureland, situated between the rural villages of Tetsworth and Milton Common in Oxfordshire.

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 DOWNLANDS, HITCHAM LANE, BURNHAM, BUCKINGHAMSHIRE SL1 7DP

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Agricultural smallholding with barn comprising of agricultural machinery and hay store along with 6 stables and stores set within 20.80 acres of picturesque pastureland

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 Lot 2 - Hayles Farm Henley On Thames

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Lot 2 Hayles Farm, Henley On Thames.

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 Whitehouse Lane, High Wycombe HP10 ONT

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An attractive 10.92 acre block of sloping pastureland with central area of woodland within the Chilterns Area of Outstanding
Natural Beauty. The grassland is permanent pasture and has been well managed with a hay crop being taken annually. There is
a mixture of semi-mature trees and shrubs. The land is well drained Andover 1 soil which is shallow, calcareous silty soil over chalk on slopes and crests and deep calcareous and non-calcareous fine silty soils in valley bottoms.