Access is provided to the property through a covered porch which leads into a bright and airy sitting room, which in turn leads through to the lovely dining room which features a fireplace with an inset log burner and French doors leading out onto the garden.

A useful utility area and three-piece bathroom sit at the back of the property which then in turn flows through to a lovely kitchen area with Shaker style base, wall and drawer units. Double aspect views allow for fantastic natural light and a further single door gives further access to the garden area.

Stairs from the dining room lead to the first floor, which offers two equally sized double bedrooms positioned on either side of the landing, both of which benefit from built-in wardrobes.

The property is approached from the main road through a gated entrance, leading onto a gravel driveway which provides parking for several cars with added benefit of a garage.

To the side of the property, there is a small private garden which is fenced off and has a single side gate providing access from the front parking area as well as a double gate, giving access to the garage.

The property is located on the edge of the village of Lyndhurst with the open forest a few moments walk away. Ashurst Railway Station is close by, only 5 minutes away by car. The village offers a diverse range of general and specialist shops, together with a popular primary school, historic church and visitor centre. The neighbouring village of Brockenhurst offers additional facilities and a mainline rail connection to London/Waterloo (approximately 90 minutes). The M27 (Junction 1) at nearby Cadnam affords easy access to both Bournemouth, Southampton, Salisbury and the M3 Motorway network.

Living in Lyndhurst

Lyndhurst is nicknamed the capital of the New Forest. This is partly because it is centrally located within the Forest, and partly because it is home to the district council, the Forestry Commission’s district office for South England and the Verderers’ Court (Verderers are the guardians of the Forest’s commoning rights and therefore protectors of the Forest landscape). It is also home to the New Forest Centre with Forest-themed museum, library and gallery.

Its High Street is a busy thoroughfare with numerous tea shops and coffee houses. As a shopping experience it runs the gamut from old-fashioned sweet shop and an award-winning butcher’s, through art gallery and eclectic vintage interiors shop to the Ferrari and Maserati showroom.

Eateries range from popular country inns, such as The Royal Oak at Bank (a hamlet within the parish boundary) and Lime Wood, a hip country house hotel with Good Food Guide recommended restaurant and luxurious spa.

Property is equally varied: from traditional terraced cottages to big country houses. Lyndhurst also appeals to commuters as there are links to major road networks at Ashurst and Cadnam as well as mainline stations at Ashurst and Brockenhurst.

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  • Bedrooms Bedrooms: 2
  • Bathrooms Bathrooms: 1
  • Receptions Living Rooms: 2

A charming, semi-detached property offering well-presented accommodation, a private garden, off-road parking for multiple vehicles and is offered to the market with no onward chain.

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