Unique country property in rural location.
Eco-friendly well ventilated wooden construction offering unrestricted views over the land.
Plenty of original features. May need some upgrading.
Small private garden.
Room for more outbuildings to the rear of the property and no overlooking neighbours gives this property added appeal.
The interior has some re-decorating requirements but these are, on the whole, cosmetic.
Former residents may be present although most have moved on to pastures new.
Viewing by appointment may help to avoid any unnecessary confusion.
It never takes long for an abandoned structure to have its windows broken.
This building was stuck way out in the middle of a field but its isolation was obviously no protection from the window smashers.
The pavilion held on to its dignity just, wrapped in a faint film of nostalgia. Cricket games gone by.
The autumn light warmed up the colours around and the broken glass reflected back leafy shapes and a faintly blue sky.
More sculptures in a quiet village field.
I needed to get a little closer.
Lucky I had sturdy, distressed leather, calf length boots on that proved to be wholly waterproof/bog proof etc…
As they were in a field with an old cricket hut and other signs that the game of cricket had been played here before the sheep took over it was only logical to guess that these were connected to the game.random sculptures
Found this sculpture and took these pictures a couple of weeks ago.
This picture was taken at Nevill Holt and this sculpture stands proud in the grounds with an amazing landscape backdrop. I think it must be the same as the one in London at Marble Arch by Nic Fiddian -Green and apparently one has been sent overseas to someone in America as well. Inspired by his own horse George and cast in a Liverpool foundry.
(The sculptor recently had himself hauled up in a cherry -picker to clean the pigeon droppings off the one in London!)