The property has a spacious gravel driveway to the side leading to a high wooden gate and fence dividing the area from the side and rear garden. There is hardstanding behind the fence for a garage and where a useful timber shed is currently situated. The front boundary has a high hedge and wall, giving good privacy and there is an area of lawn to the front which could provide further parking, if needed. The rear garden can be accessed from the kitchen/dining area and is south facing and mainly laid to lawn with close boarded fences. Agent note: There is excellent scope to extend the property to the side and rear, if needed and subject to planning permission.
The property is situated in the hamlet of Hordle which is a semi-rural location between Lymington, the popular market town famed for its river and marinas and New Milton, which offers comprehensive leisure and shopping facilities with an excellent range of schools nearby. To the north east is the New Forest village of Brockenhurst which has a mainline railway station providing a half hourly service to London Waterloo with a journey time of approximately 90 minutes. Hordle has several shops including a pharmacy, recreational grounds & pavilion and a co-operative store. The village also has a very well regarded primary school and a pub. Post Office facilities can be found in Everton village, 5 minutes away.
The side entrance leads into a very spacious hallway with ample room for a variety of uses, including home office. There is a cloakroom accessed from this area, as well as a storage area for boots and shoes. The light and spacious living room is positioned at the front of the house with picture window to the front as well as a side aspect window. Laminate wooden flooring runs throughout the ground floor to the kitchen. The kitchen/dining room has ceramic tiled floor and is open plan with ample space for dining furniture and glazed French doors to the south facing garden. The kitchen has been comprehensively fitted with a range of storage cupboards and has ample work surface space. There is an eye level fan oven with grill, a separate hob with extractor, space for a washing machine and a fridge and the wall mounted boiler is positioned to one corner. The stairs lead from the hallway to the first floor and to three double bedrooms, all served by a well appointed family bathroom with bath and separate shower. There is a loft access hatch on the first floor landing. We highly recommend viewing this immaculate house.
Living in New Milton
New Milton is in a prime location between the New Forest and the coast and home to award-winning Chewton Glen Hotel & Spa, the luxurious country house hotel.
This bustling market town attracts families, drawn by its strong community, range of facilities and excellent schooling provision. There are acclaimed independents, including Durlston Court and Ballard School, while the state school offering is also strong: New Milton Junior is rated ‘good’ by Ofsted and New Milton Infants and The Arnewood School (11-19 Academy) are both rated ‘outstanding’.
Facilities include a town centre with weekly market, a selection of brands, from Boots to Costas, and good independents, such as Smith Bradbeers department store. There’s also the Forest Arts Centre, a venue with a lively mixed programme that includes established and emerging comedy acts, theatre, music, from folk to jazz, and workshops for children and adults. The health and leisure centre has a swimming pool, gym, badminton and squash courts, and a timetable of exercise classes. In addition there is a range of activities and clubs on offer in the area from angling to tai chi, as well as bowling, football and tennis clubs and more.
Property comprises mostly detached houses on tree-lined avenues with parks and recreation grounds including a skatepark– overall a pleasant and comfortable environment for families.
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A recently refurbished and spacious three bedroom home with ample off road parking, a south facing garden and positioned close to the popular Hordle primary school. This end of a terrace of only three red brick homes dates back to 1886 and has been tastefully upgraded to provide spacious living areas including the open plan kitchen/dining room which opens to the sunny rear garden. EPC: C
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