Land Opportunity | Poplar Vale, Anna Valley

Development Opportunity | Poplar Vale, Anna Valley

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An opportunity to acquire land in the picturesque Anna Valley area of Andover, with the necessary planning permissions to build 2 detached properties. The parcel of land is divided into 2 plots backing onto the beautiful Pillhill Brook. The plots can be bought together or individually.

Price: £POA

Belvoir is delighted to have exclusivity on this unique plot of land with full planning permission for two detached properties. This generous and secluded piece of land occupies an idyllic view over Pillhill Brook and is located right on the border of Anna Valley and Upper Clatford Villages.

This is a fantastic opportunity to acquire one or both plots to create an impressive forever home in a highly desirable village within walking distance of a nature reserve, church, sought-after schools, a farm shop, a garden centre, and well-regarded public houses.

Site Plan

Summary Details

Plot 1

  • Plot Size: 0.213 acres
  • Building Size: 2239 sq ft / 208 sq m

Plot 2

  • Plot Size: 0.134 acres
  • Building Size: 2239 sq ft / 208 sq m

Quoted build costs for both properties to a developer’s standard: approx. £800k

Marketing Valuation of properties when complete: Approx. £1.65m


Planning Application Summary: 22/00319/FULLN

There is a right of way granted over the driveway of Poplar Vale to the plot giving access to the proposed development.

Pillhill Brook

The Pillhill Brook is known for being a clear chalk water stream and is the principle tributary of the River Anton, which in turn is a major headwater tributary of the River Test. The Brook rises upstream of Fyfield, flowing in a roughly south easterly direction before entering the River Anton to the south of Andover.

The stream supports flourishing chalk stream plant and invertebrate communities, which are, in turn, home to good populations of fish, principally brown trout and grayling, as well as mammals and birds.

Anna Valley

Anna Valley and the neighbouring Upper Clatford are steeped in history. Anna Valley is part of the village and parish of Upper Clatford. The name ‘Anna’ derives from the Celtic river ‘Anne’ meaning ‘Ash tree stream’ now known as Pillhill Brook on the Ordnance Survey Landranger map, though it is still known as the River Ann to older local people.

Approved Drawings

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Entrance to the plot via stone drive
See Pillhill Brook at the top of this image
View of the brook from the plot

Summary of the Andover area

Andover provides an extensive range of amenities including shops, and recreational and sporting facilities. Sainsbury’s and Asda supermarkets are a close walk away.

There are riverside walks with footpaths to The Butterfly Garden, Watermills Park, and around Rooksbury Mill, Mill Lake, and Barlows Lake. A short distance from the plot is Anton Junior School which has an outstanding Ofsted rating.

Andover leisure centre has a state-of-the-art gym and a 25 metre swimming pool along with squash courts and spa area. The town also boasts a new ten pin bowling alley, cinema complex, and American style diner

Andover is served very well by rail and road with a fast direct train service to London (Waterloo) as well as other national locations via Basingstoke and Reading. Road communications are via A303 with access to the A34 and M3 providing links to the West Country, Midlands and the South Coast.

Andover High Street on Market Day

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