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  • Superb mature building plot available at £525,000
  • £1,250,000 guide is approximate final value dependant on buyers desired finish
  • Buyer will appoint and pay contractor to build
  • Architect contemporary design
  • Finished house will have 4 bedrooms
  • Lovely open spaces Double garage


We have been instructed to sell an excellent building plot for a stunning architect-designed contemporary property nestled within a charming semi-rural setting. The plot is available at an asking price of £525,000, and the buyer will then need to privately instruct a contractor build the property out. We estimate the final property to be worth between £1.15-1.25m. This will be dependant on the quality and style of the new owners interior fit out. This sale is for the PLOT ONLY at £525,000. This remarkable 4-bedroom contemporary home has been designed to compliment the plot with modernity and sophistication throughout. With a carefully curated design, this property offers a seamless blend of sleek aesthetics and functional spaces. The plot can be thoughtfully landscaped to provide a tranquil retreat, perfect for outdoor gatherings or relaxation. Additionally, a double garage ensures ample space for parking and storage, with further parking provided for several more cars. Situated within a desirable village location, residents can enjoy the convenience of local amenities and a friendly community atmosphere. This exceptional plot presents an incredible opportunity for discerning buyers seeking a contemporary home that effortlessly combines style and comfort. Perfectly positioned in the sought-after borough of Fareham, this south-facing plot offers a delightful gently sloping terrain that is ideal for creating your dream home. This rare gem presents an excellent opportunity for buyers to purchase the plot and exercise their creative vision by instructing a builder to construct the house to their precise specifications. With endless potential, you have the power to design a home that matches your unique style and preferences. Nestled in Wallington, a charming village situated between the vibrant cities of Portsmouth and Southampton, your new residence will be perfectly situated near the mouth of the River Wallington as it gracefully merges with the renowned Portsmouth Harbour. The plot is elevated so there is little risk of flooding. With its historic roots, Wallington presents a captivating blend of heritage and modernity. The name Wallington itself is believed to derive from the ancient settlement of the Welsh or Britons. This rich historical background sets the stage for a truly enchanting community. The village has a diverse range of amenities and attractions. Once an independent entity, the village now exudes affluence and tranquility, offering a perfect residential area within Fareham. In its earlier days, Wallington thrived on industries like brewing, tanneries, brick-making, and pottery. Notably, the locally-made "Fareham reds" bricks have left an indelible mark on architectural marvels, including the iconic Royal Albert Hall. For history enthusiasts, Wallington played a pivotal defensive role during the 1860s when the Royal Commission on the Defences of the United Kingdom recommended the construction of a line of forts along Portsdown Hill. The formidable Fort Wallington, completed in 1874, stands today as a Grade II Listed Building. This represents an exciting opportunity to transform this outstanding building plot into the architectural masterpiece that you have always envisioned. Perfectly placed in Wallington, with its captivating history, thriving community, and excellent location between Portsmouth and Southampton, this is an invitation not to be missed.

Living/Dining/Kitchen 11.48m x 6.73m (37'8" x 22'1")

Bedroom 1 4.83m x 3.73m (15'10" x 12'3")

Bedroom 2 4.50m x 4.20m (14'9" x 13'9")

Bedroom 3 4.00m x 3.00m (13'1" x 9'10")

Bedroom 4 4.40m x 2.64m (14'5" x 8'8")

Garage 6.73m x 6.73m (22'1" x 22'1")

Study 2.90m x 2.03m (9'6" x 6'8")