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Land for Sale near Berkhamsted, Hertfordshire
Land off Upper Bourne End Lane, Hertfordshire, HP1 2RR
Grazing land for sale with paddock & investment potential well situated near Bourne End, Berkhamsted, London, the A41 and M25 Motorway
Why buy land for sale near Berkhamsted, Hertfordshire?
Just two parcels of lush grazing land available at this desirable site. The land is situated within the affluent county of Hertfordshire just under 24 miles from Central London, on the outskirts of the thriving town of Berkhamsted.
Predominately flat, the lots are suitable for paddock conversion. The lots are securely fenced to the south-west and Lot 1 benefits from direct gated entrance off Upper Bourne End Lane, a no through road limiting the amount of passing traffic.
Berkhamsted is a popular town situated between Hemel Hempstead and Aylesbury off the A41. Berkhamsted is an affluent commuter town with direct rail links into London and is well located for accessing both the M1 and M25 motorways.
Buying land for sale near Berkhamsted, Hertfordshire
The land for sale near Berkhamsted, Hertfordshire is available freehold as a whole or in lots.
|Lot 1:||4.18 acres||SOLD|
|Lot 2:||4.18 acres||SOLD|
|Lot 3:||10.00 acres||SOLD|
Lots 1 benefits from gated access & road frontage on to Upper Bourne End Lane; a no through road limiting the amount of passing traffic just off the A41 motorway. Full vehicular access is granted to the remaining lots via an 8m easement (shown blue on the site plan).
Year on year, land prices are up 15%. This means land has outperformed most other major asset classes, including the UK housing market (+10%), the FTSE 100 (+5%) and gold (-9%). A decreasing and limited supply of land together with on-going demand from both farmers and investors continues to push up land prices.
The Hertfordshire countryside provides ideal horse riding backdrops. Berkhamsted is close to the Chiltern Hills providing rolling countryside and peaceful rural locations. Horse-riding is great way to explore the Chiltern Hills with over 2000km of routes for cycling, walking and horse riding.
A network of bridleways and quiet lanes criss-cross the area offering gentle riding.
Numerous riding schools and livery yards are located within the Berkhamsted area providing full range of facilities including livery yards, riding arenas, show jumping and excellent schooling for both the amateur and the experience rider.
The land has the unique benefit of leading onto a bridleway which follows the route through Gorsefield Wood to the east and via Vale Farm and the Great Wood to the west.
RICS Rural Land Market Survey
The latest RICS Rural Land Market Survey reports that land prices increased by 12% over the past year as the growth in demand for farmland continues to outstrip that of supply.
Arable land prices in the East outperformed the national average increasing by over 11% in the past 6 months alone.
A significant revival in ‘lifestyle’ demand for land is pushing up land prices and supporting expectations for further increases over the course of the next twelve months.
(Source: RICS Rural Market Survey H1 2014, 08 Aug 2014)
East of Berkhamsted lies Hemel Hempstead; a thriving town which has recently seen a £347 million refurbishment to regenerate the town centre and its central shopping precinct.
The Riverside Shopping Centre in Hemel Hempstead was opened in 2005 and is an exciting open air shopping development built around the banks of the river that homes many shops and restaurants and café. The Riverside has seamlessly extended Hemel Hempstead High Street complimenting Marlowe’s Shopping Centre built in 1990.
The Hemel 2020 Vision, implemented by Dacorum District Council, is a plan set up for the future of the town including improving quality of life, providing homes, creating new businesses, improving employment opportunities.
It enjoys enviable transport links; there are four major airports (including Heathrow) within 45 minutes. London can be reached by train in under half an hour and Maylands is just minutes from the intersection of two of the UK’s most important road corridors – the M1 and M25.
The Maylands Business Park is the most significant new development that Hemel Hempstead is currently experiencing. It is aimed at bringing more investment and jobs and is already recognised as one of Europe’s premier business parks and the largest in the East of England.
Maylands Business Park is currently home to more than 600 companies, providing employment for nearly 25,000 people. It includes a mix of sectors including high tech manufacturing, retail and business services.
Maylands is impressive, with 325 hectares already developed and further earmarked for expansion. Businesses looking for room to grow will find in Maylands the largest area of prime development land within 30 minutes of London. In turn the Maylands site is also under consideration for housing development to coincide with the investment in businesses.
A large part of the surrounding area was badly damaged as a result of the Buncefield Oil Depot fire in 2005 and it is hoped that development on this land will act as a catalyst for the regeneration of the area and help attract new employers to Hemel Hempstead.
In addition English Partnerships and EEDA are working alongside Dacorum Borough Council and Hertfordshire County Council to produce a regeneration strategy for the town which builds on developing the new town and aims to inspire development for the next 50 years and beyond.
Map & directions to the land for sale near Berkhamsted, Hertfordshire
- On the edge of Berkhamsted
- 2.8 miles to Hemel Hempstead
- 3.9 miles to Chesham
- 5.3 miles to Amersham
- 6.8 miles to Tring
- 7.9 miles to Watford
- 8.8 miles to St Albans
- 13.4 miles to Aylesbury
- 23.8 miles to Central London
The land is located on the edge of Berkhamsted, a historic town situated between Hemel Hempstead and Tring off the A41. Berkhamsted is an affluent town located in West Hertfordshire, just outside the M25 and only 24 miles from the City of London
Berkhamsted is a popular town in the Chiltern Hills with a thriving local economy. This is partly due to fast and direct rail links into London which have resulted in Berkhamsted falling into the London commuter belt. The town is a desirable place to live and enjoys a bustling atmosphere with its weekly Saturday markets, its generous offering of shops and business’, pubs, restaurants and hotels.
Hertfordshire is one of the Home Counties bordering Greater London providing excellent infrastructure systems and ease of travel into London. The county is home to many large towns including Hemel Hempstead, Watford and St Albans, but still maintains its rural feel with many large areas of open countryside.
The town of Hemel Hempstead has much to offer its many visitors and is a great family friendly place to shop. The town centre has all the major high street stores you’d expect of a busy modern town. The Marlowes, in the town centre, constitutes Hemel Hempstead’s main shopping area. There are stores located along both sides of the street, much of which is pedestrianised, as well as inside the Marlowes Shopping Centre and the Riverside Shopping Centre.
Watford and St Albans can both be accessed within 9 miles of the site. Watford is the largest town in the county and is home to a number of national and multi national companies’ head offices and a large shopping centre housing over 140 shops, restaurants and cafes.
St Albans is a historic cathedral and market town situated within the London commuter belt, property prices are notoriously high within the district which is one of the most expensive in the UK.
Travel throughout the region is easily catered for, the M25 and the M1 motorways are accessible within 6 miles from the site and excellent train lines into London and Birmingham are also on hand in the vicinity.
Travel & Transport Links
- 0.5 miles to the A41
- 2.0 miles to Hemel Hempstead Train Station *
- 2.5 miles to Berkhamsted Train Station
- 3.8 miles to Chesham Underground Station
- 4.4 miles to the M25 junction 20
- 5.2 miles to the M1 junction 8
- 11.9 miles to London Luton Airport
* 25 mins to London Euston and 1 hour 58 mins to Birmingham New Street Station
The land is designated within the Greenbelt and any development would be subject to planning permission.
|Dacorum Borough Council
Hemel Hempstead Civic Centre
|Hertfordshire County Council
Method of Sale
The land is for sale freehold by private treaty and sold with vacant possession. This site is owned by the owner of Vantage Land. This land is being marketed on behalf of Barkway Land Ltd (in Liquidation).
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