A brick built covered porch gives access into the hallway, which in turn leads to the ground floor accommodation. The formal lounge sits immediately to the left and incorporates a bay window and feature fireplace. Across the hallway is the dining room which is of a generous size, also benefiting from a feature fireplace and bay window. Positioned to the rear of the property is a good-sized kitchen which benefits from lovely views over the south facing garden and access to the adjoining conservatory, which leads out to the rear garden and garage.
Stairs from the hallway rise to the first floor, which offers two double bedrooms to the front of the property, both with bay windows and a smaller single bedroom to the rear. All of which are serviced by a family bathroom with a three-piece suite.
The property benefits greatly from planning permission for a two-storey rear extension, plans can be found on the New Forest National Park planning portal, reference: 23/00739FULL
GROUNDS & GARDENS
The property is approached via a pedestrian gate, with a paved pathway separating the pretty front lawn, leading to the front door. The driveway sits to the edge of the property, providing parking for several vehicles and double gates leading to additional parking and the garage. The rear garden is of a generous size and is mainly laid to lawn, further benefiting from stunning views over paddock land, a vegetable patch and hedgerow border.
The village of Bransgore lies on the edge of the New Forest, within easy reach by car of popular beaches and the towns of Christchurch and Bournemouth. The village boasts a well-regarded primary school, sports field and children’s playground, as well as many woodland walks. The nearby picturesque village of Burley boasts a range of boutique shops, restaurants, a dispensing GP surgery and two public houses. Burley also enjoys an active village community with a village hall, cricket club and a popular 9 hole golf course.
The sailing centres of Lymington and Christchurch are both nearby with Lymington also offering a ferry service to the Isle of Wight. The larger coastal cities of Bournemouth and Southampton are both easily accessible, as is the Cathedral City of Winchester. Bournemouth boasts an international airport with an increasing number of national and international destinations, as does Southampton, each within very easy reach.
Living in Bransgore
Bransgore is a bit of a secret. This village in the south-western corner of the New Forest has a good selection of facilities, strong community, and easy access to Dorset’s sandy beaches.
The parish also encompasses the adjacent village of Thorney Hill and a few charming, peaceful rural hamlets of country houses and thatched cottages, including Neacroft, Godwinscroft and Waterditch. In the centre of Bransgore is a convenient parade of useful shops (such as a bakery, cafe and Co-op) as well as a medical centre. There’s a well-used village hall with a sizeable recreation ground, supporting a number of clubs and activities, and a clutch of popular local dining inns including The Carpenter Arms, The Three Tuns and The Crown.
For families schooling is impressive with Bransgore Primary School rated ‘outstanding’ by Ofsted and two well-regarded secondary schools at Ringwood (‘good overall and outstanding in its sixth form provision’) and Highcliffe (rated ‘good’). Property includes modern family homes on leafy roads, thatched cottages and Victorian and Edwardian country houses. As for travelling - there’s a mainline station a mile or so away at Hinton Admiral plus access to the A31 at Picket Post.
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This detached Victorian home is offered to the market with no forward chain and lends itself to a programme of renovation and modernisation. Further benefits include a charming rural outlook as well as planning permission for a two-storey rear extension.