Coldharbour Lane, Dorking, Surrey, RH4
- Gently Undulating Field
- Pasture and Woodland Copse
- Road Frontage
- Approximately 16.7 Acres (6.76 ha)
A gently undulating pasture field with a small wooded area fronting Coldharbour Lane and incorporating an attractive copse on the west boundary. It extends in all to approximately 16.7 acres (6.76 ha) and enjoys fine views towards rising surrounding countryside.
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A gently undulating pasture field with a small wooded area fronting Coldharbour Lane and incorporating an attractive copse on the west boundary. It extends in all to approximately 16.7 acres (6.76 ha).
Towns: Dorking (approximately 1.25 miles) with comprehensive range of shops, restaurants and amenities including the Dorking Halls with a cinema, and sport centre with a swimming pool.
Travel Communications: Convenient access to the main A24 London to South Coast road and 3 railway stations in Dorking including 1 main line service to London Victoria.
Leisure: Direct public bridlepath and footpath access for hacking and walking. Beautiful countryside closeby including Abinger Forest and Coldharbour and Wotton Commons.
Services (not checked or tested): Water is not currently connected, but is understood to be available in Coldharbour Lane. It is recommended that purchasers make their own enquiries.
Access: Both lots of land will be granted a right of way for agricultural, equestrian and other rural business and leisure uses along the entrance track shown cross hatched brown on the sale plan. The vendor will lay a hard surface along this track, and future maintenance will be shared equally between the two lots and the vendor.
Fencing: The vendor will erect a stock fence with netting along the unfenced boundary shown with an outward facing T mark on the attached plan.
Rights and Easements: The land is sold subject to and with the benefit of rights, including rights of way, whether public or private, light, support, drainage, water, gas and electricity supplies and any other wayleaves or easements.
There is a public bridlepath running along the west boundary of Lot 2. The vendor will retain an access to it along part of the north boundary. Also, there is a public footpath running along part of the south boundary of Lot 2 which is fenced out from the field.
Plans and Areas: These are based on the Ordnance Survey and are for reference only. The purchaser shall be deemed to have satisfied himself or herself as to their accuracy and any error or misstatement shall not annul the sale or entitle any party to compensation in respect thereof.
Links: www.environment-agency.gov.uk, www.nationalhighways.co.uk, www.caa.co.uk,
Tenure and Possession: Freehold. Land Registry Title number SY640172 (part).
Sporting Rights: The shooting rights over the copse on the west boundary of Lot 1, together with the western edge of the field of Lot 1 and the eastern edge of the field of Lot 2 will be retained by the vendor for up to 6 pheasant shoots per annum and the right to feed game birds in the copse.
Right of Way: A right of way is to be retained along the east boundary of the field of Lot 1 to gain access to land to the south.
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