Parish Court is set in a most sought after location, close to the High Street, within minutes of the Marinas and Sailing Clubs and within a few hundred metres of Marks & Spencers & Boots. The Georgian market town of Lymington offers cosmopolitan shopping and a picturesque harbour and is surrounded by the outstanding natural beauty of the New Forest National Park. To the north is the New Forest village of Lyndhurst and Junction 1 of the M27 which links to the M3 for access to London. There is a branch line train link to Brockenhurst Railway Station (approximately 5.5 miles) which provides a half hourly service to London Waterloo with a journey time of approximately 90 minutes.

The communal entrance from Emsworth Road leads past the House Manager’s office to the lift and staircase leading to the first floor

The one bedroom apartment faces East at the front of Parish Court. The inner hallway leads to the spacious living room. The living room leads onto a terrace balcony overlooking Barfields Road, within the living room there is ample space for a sofa and dinning room table. An archway opens to the fitted kitchen with a range of cupboard units, work surfaces, sink with mixer tap, built in electric hob, space for fridge and freezer.

The double bedroom has a double glazed window again overlooking Barfields Road with a radiator and range of fitted wardrobes. The bathroom is particularly well presented with a bath, sink and wc in neutral colours.

Parish Court provides a safe, secure home with a private residents’ lounge allowing the residents to interact with their neighbours and enjoy a large variety of social activities. There is also a separate laundry room for residents only.


Energy Efficiency Rating: B Current 76 Potential 77

Council Tax Band: B

All mains services connected: TBC

TENURE: Leasehold for 199 years from 1st July 1982 with a half yearly ground rent of £110.75 and half yearly service charge of £1,389.13

PLEASE NOTE: Age Restriction: Residents must have attained the age of 55 years. There is also a condition that residents must currently live in, or alternatively, have family who live in the borough of Lymington.

Living in Lymington

This vibrant and picturesque Georgian market town, positioned between the Solent, Lymington River and the New Forest, has been a massive draw for many people over the years.

It has always attracted ‘yachties’ as it’s considered the UK’s sailing capital with its boatyards, marinas and sailing clubs. It is also popular with families and retirees escaping London and the Home Counties in search of a better quality of life, often light-heartedly referred to as ‘Richmond by the Sea’. It’s also the choice for many in the New Forest who are considering downsizing, but want to remain in the area.

Lymington is a lively hub. It has a very distinctive centre with many independents (such as Elliotts of Lymington for designer fashion) as well as a strong smattering of top quality names (including Musto and Waitrose). A tasty range of eateries includes cafes, pubs and restaurants – check out two good tapas bars, Elderflower on Quay Hill (the chef is ex-Chewton Glen) and stylish Stanwells House Hotel. And every Saturday the High Street is taken over by a proper, old-fashioned market with everything from fresh fruit and vegetables to flowers and plants, fashion to fishing equipment, and vintage collectables to artisan food producers.

Property ranges from elegant period townhouses in the town centre to big family homes down leafy lanes ‘South of the High Street’ and new waterside development. Looking for an Estate Agent in Lymington? Spencers are here to help.

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  • Bedrooms Bedrooms: 1
  • Bathrooms Bathrooms: 1
  • Receptions Living Rooms: 1

A first floor one bedroom retirement property for the over 55's within a small well-maintained development a few minutes level walk from Lymington High Street and The Town Centre. Energy Performance Rating: B

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