Lyeway is a plot of 2.61 hectares (6.46 acres) on what was once a cutting for the busy Winchester to Newbury railway line and which has been transformed to provide grazing, enjoying most attractive views over the north Hampshire countryside.
Parts of the site have been used to provide grazing in recent times, supported by a field shelter and storage shed, and it is considered that this use could be expanded upon if required. A yurt is also situated on the site with adjoining W.C. and shower, and these have been used for occasional weekend use.
The area shown hatched black on the Location Plan has provided access to the site for over 20 years. Further information in the form of a Statutory Declaration is included within the legal pack which will be available to download from the Clive Emson website or inspection at the Auctioneers Office. An alternative access to the site is available from the east from the northern boundary of the woodland which fronts Alresford Drove.