Solent Avenue is arguably one of Lymington most sought after roads. The property is situated in a highly regarded residential road south of Lymington High Street and close to the marinas and sailing clubs. The Georgian market town centre of Lymington offers cosmopolitan shopping and a picturesque harbour, is within easy walking distance of the property, as well as the open-air seawater baths and the railway station to Brockenhurst which has main line links to London Waterloo.

Solent Avenue is arguably one of Lymington most sought after roads. The property is situated in a highly regarded residential road south of Lymington High Street and close to the marinas and sailing clubs. The Georgian market town centre of Lymington offers cosmopolitan shopping and a picturesque harbour, is within easy walking distance of the property, as well as the open-air seawater baths and the railway station to Brockenhurst which has main line links to London Waterloo.

On entering the property there is a porch with exposed timbers, vaulted ceiling and plentiful storage. There is access from the entrance porch to a study which mirrors the vaulted ceiling and provides further storage. The main reception hallway has stairs which rise to the first floor, timber flooring and two display cabinets which add to the impressive feel of this area. There is a cloakroom from the hallway and access to both the kitchen and sitting room.

The bespoke kitchen has been fitted with a comprehensive range of base and wall units with granite and oak work surfaces. The kitchen leads through to a dining area which in turn is open plan and adjacent to a large family room. The line of sight is drawn to the rear of the property and the whole area provides a sense of space and light, complemented by vaulted ceilings and bi-folding doors opening to the garden.

There are bi-fold doors at the rear of the family room, which lead onto a covered decked patio area. When the doors are open, the family/dining room extends and truly embraces outside living. The separate sitting room can be opened to the family room for grand scale entertaining but during winter months provides a cosy environment for a family with a feature solid fuel burner acting as the focal point to this room.

To the left wing of the property there is a useful utility room next to the kitchen and a further garden room/reception room which is currently in use a study provides further flexibility to the ground floor arrangement of the house. To the front covered access leads to the garage which unsurprisingly given the proximity of the house to the Marinas is used as a sail loft and boating store.

To the first floor the mezzanine landing has a continuation of the balustrade staircase which rises to the master bedroom suite. From the first floor landing there is access to the further four double bedrooms, two of which have modern en-suite facilities. There is a retained roof terrace leading from the guest bedroom providing tree top Southerly views to the rear and plentiful space for outside furniture.

The master bedroom suite is an impressive space with Velux windows to front and rear and far reaching tree top and mast top views to the rear. There is dressing area within the room which leads to the en-suite bathroom. The arrangement of the five bedrooms with three en-suites with the social yet flexible layout of the ground floor works well for family buyers but also presents second home owners with the ability to invite friends and colleagues to enjoy Lymington life for extended visits.

On entering the property there is a porch with exposed timbers, vaulted ceiling and plentiful storage. There is access from the entrance porch to a study which mirrors the vaulted ceiling and provides further storage. The main reception hallway has stairs which rise to the first floor, timber flooring and two display cabinets which add to the impressive feel of this area. There is a cloakroom from the hallway and access to both the kitchen and sitting room.

The bespoke kitchen has been fitted with a comprehensive range of base and wall units with granite and oak work surfaces. The kitchen leads through to a dining area which in turn is open plan and adjacent to a large family room. The line of sight is drawn to the rear of the property and the whole area provides a sense of space and light, complemented by vaulted ceilings and bi-folding doors opening to the garden.

There are bi-fold doors at the rear of the family room, which lead onto a covered decked patio area. When the doors are open, the family/dining room extends and truly embraces outside living. The separate sitting room can be opened to the family room for grand scale entertaining but during winter months provides a cosy environment for a family with a feature solid fuel burner acting as the focal point to this room.
To the left wing of the property there is a useful utility room next to the kitchen and a further garden room/reception room which is currently in use a study provides further flexibility to the ground floor arrangement of the house. To the front covered access leads to the garage which unsurprisingly given the proximity of the house to the Marinas is used as a sail loft and boating store.

To the first floor the mezzanine landing has a continuation of the balustrade staircase which rises to the master bedroom suite. From the first floor landing there is access to the further four double bedrooms, two of which have modern en-suite facilities. There is a retained roof terrace leading from the guest bedroom providing tree top Southerly views to the rear and plentiful space for outside furniture.

The master bedroom suite is an impressive space with Velux windows to front and rear and far reaching tree top and mast top views to the rear. There is dressing area within the room which leads to the en-suite bathroom. The arrangement of the five bedrooms with three en-suites with the social yet flexible layout of the ground floor works well for family buyers but also presents second home owners with the ability to invite friends and colleagues to enjoy Lymington life for extended visits.

To the front of the property there is Considerable parking within a generous gated driveway. The driveway also allows for boat storage and has direct access to the garage. The frontage is well planted and screened from the road with retaining timber fencing. Covered access leads through to the rear garden.

Adjacent to the rear of the property is a large decked patio ideal for entertaining. There is outside lighting and the decked extends to the main garden which is laid to lawn. The garden enjoys a Southerly aspect and is surround with mature planting which provides a high degree of privacy. There are mature trees within the grounds which provide sheltered spots and the garden is safely enclosed for childrens play.

To the front of the property there is considerable parking within a generous gated driveway. The driveway also allows for boat storage and has direct access to the garage. The frontage is well planted and screened from the road with retaining timber fencing. Covered access leads through to the rear garden.

Adjacent to the rear of the property is a large decked south facing patio area, ideal for entertaining. There is outside lighting and the decked area extends to the main garden. At the rear of the garden there is a pretty summer house, which would be perfect as additional office space in the summer months. The majority of the garden is laid to lawn and is surrounded with mature planting providing a high degree of privacy. There are mature trees within the grounds which provide sheltered spots and the garden is safely enclosed for children’s play.

Services

Energy Efficiency Rating: C Current: 74 Potential: 80

Council Tax Band: G

All mains services are connected

Solent Avenue is arguably one of Lymington most sought after roads. The property is situated in a highly regarded residential road south of Lymington High Street and close to the marinas and sailing clubs. The Georgian market town centre of Lymington offers cosmopolitan shopping and a picturesque harbour, is within easy walking distance of the property, as well as the open-air seawater baths and the railway station to Brockenhurst which has main line links to London Waterloo.

On entering the property there is a porch with exposed timbers, vaulted ceiling and plentiful storage. There is access from the entrance porch to a study which mirrors the vaulted ceiling and provides further storage. The main reception hallway has stairs which rise to the first floor, timber flooring and two display cabinets which add to the impressive feel of this area. There is a cloakroom from the hallway and access to both the kitchen and sitting room.

The bespoke kitchen has been fitted with a comprehensive range of base and wall units with granite and oak work surfaces. The kitchen leads through to a dining area which in turn is open plan and adjacent to a large family room. The line of sight is drawn to the rear of the property and the whole area provides a sense of space and light, complemented by vaulted ceilings and bi-folding doors opening to the garden.

There are bi-fold doors at the rear of the family room, which lead onto a covered decked patio area. When the doors are open, the family/dining room extends and truly embraces outside living. The separate sitting room can be opened to the family room for grand scale entertaining but during winter months provides a cosy environment for a family with a feature solid fuel burner acting as the focal point to this room.
To the left wing of the property there is a useful utility room next to the kitchen and a further garden room/reception room which is currently in use a study provides further flexibility to the ground floor arrangement of the house. To the front covered access leads to the garage which unsurprisingly given the proximity of the house to the Marinas is used as a sail loft and boating store.

To the first floor the mezzanine landing has a continuation of the balustrade staircase which rises to the master bedroom suite. From the first floor landing there is access to the further four double bedrooms, two of which have modern en-suite facilities. There is a retained roof terrace leading from the guest bedroom providing tree top Southerly views to the rear and plentiful space for outside furniture.

The master bedroom suite is an impressive space with Velux windows to front and rear and far reaching tree top and mast top views to the rear. There is dressing area within the room which leads to the en-suite bathroom. The arrangement of the five bedrooms with three en-suites with the social yet flexible layout of the ground floor works well for family buyers but also presents second home owners with the ability to invite friends and colleagues to enjoy Lymington life for extended visits.

To the front of the property there is Considerable parking within a generous gated driveway. The driveway also allows for boat storage and has direct access to the garage. The frontage is well planted and screened from the road with retaining timber fencing. Covered access leads through to the rear garden.

Adjacent to the rear of the property is a large decked patio ideal for entertaining. There is outside lighting and the decked extends to the main garden which is laid to lawn. The garden enjoys a Southerly aspect and is surround with mature planting which provides a high degree of privacy. There are mature trees within the grounds which provide sheltered spots and the garden is safely enclosed for childrens play.

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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£2,000,000

Lymington

  • Bedrooms Bedrooms: 5
  • Bathrooms Bathrooms: 4
  • Receptions Living Rooms: 4

A substantial five bedroom detached House set in one of Lymingtons most sought after tree lined avenues. Located South of the high street and a moments walk from the Marinas and the Town centre. This impressive property benefits with ample parking, a south facing garden and has accommodation arranged over three levels with a flexible design which affords the house a versatile layout highly conducive to family life.


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