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Freehold Access Ways, Land off, Wield Road, ALTON, Hampshire, GU34 5NJ

28th July 2020
starts 08:30 AM at Grand Connaught Rooms
last bid was £41,500, available for
£50,000

Tenure: Freehold

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The negotiator dealing with this Lot is Chris Glenn and he can be contacted by email: Chris.glenn@barnardmarcus.co.uk
Freehold Land
Utilised as Rights of Way Access
Management Opportunity

Location:
The plot lies just north of Medstead to the west of Alton and north of the A31 at Four Marks. The land benefits from direct access to Wield Road which leads north from Medstead towards Lower Wield and links at Medstead to Roe Downs Road and Lymington Bottom Road both linking to the A31. The A31 provides fast road links north east to Alton, Farnham and then beyond towards either Aldershot or Guildford via the A3 and similarly, leads south west towards Winchester where it links to the M3 motorway. Other transport links in the area include local bus routes whilst the rail connection at Alton provides fast and direct

Description
The property comprises various linked parcels and strips of land that provide access to a number of plots previously and now sold. The owners of the plots have rights of way over the access. This land offers the opportunity for a buyer to participate with the adjoining plot owners to make up the access and charge appropriate proportions of cost etc plus , may provide the opportunity to generate management income through developing and maintaining these rights of way access

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By application to the Land during daylight hours . Please see important notice to viewers in the main auction catalogue





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lot infomation last updated: 18th August 2020 at 01:47 AM

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