The property is located on the edge of the small village of Redlynch and is within the New Forest National Park with its 140,000 acres of natural heath and woodlands. It has direct forest access to the many outstanding walking, cycling and horse riding routes that the forest has to offer. The Parish of Redlynch has a popular newsagents with post office, a primary school, village hall and pub. The neighbouring town of Downton has a secondary school, library, doctors’ surgery, chemist, cafe, pub and supermarket. It also hosts the annual well-renowned spring cuckoo fair.
The beautiful city of Salisbury is about 20 minutes’ drive away and has excellent educational establishments including two grammar schools, comprehensive shopping, leisure and recreational facilities, and a mainline railway station with journey time to London Waterloo of approximately 90 minutes. Also within easy reach are Bournemouth and Southampton, both with international airports.
Exit Ringwood via the A338 heading towards Salisbury, continuing past the turning for Fordingbridge until you reach Downton. At the traffic lights, turn right into Downton, proceeding through the village and continue through the traffic lights on the B3080 until you reach Bowers Hill on your left. Turn right into Morgan’s Vale Road, continue for 100 yards and then turn right into Vicarage Park. The property will be found on the right hand side.
Living in Bramshaw
This is surely New Forest life at its most accessible. Turn off the M27 at junction one and you are immediately plunged into the quiet backwaters of the Forest, gently weaving past donkeys and ponies grazing in front of Hanzel and Gretel-style woodland cottages. This is Bramshaw, an attractive and peaceful parish that encompasses the hamlets of Brook and Fritham. Bramshaw is strung out. Its handful of amenities include Bramshaw Golf Club (with two courses, including Hampshire’s oldest course), village hall, rustic garage and Bentley showroom. There’s also a selection of good inns including The Bell Inn and Green Dragon at Brook and the Royal Oak at Fritham (a Forest institution and part of a working farm). Local groups range from Bramshaw Bunnies for pre-school toddlers to the local cricket club. Back roads through the Forest lead to Romsey, a thriving market town with numerous facilities (including Waitrose). Property comprises big, individual houses, farms and small-holdings, and cottages tucked down country lanes, scattered around glades and greens. The National Trust owns tracts of land here including Bramshaw Commons, thousands of acres of some of the best surviving examples of lowland heath in Europe.
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A spacious and well-presented detached house, located in a quiet cul-de-sac position in a sought after location. Having benefited from extensive refurbishment and remodelling by the current owners, this spacious house is in fine decorative order and situated in a singularly quiet location. The property is set back from the road, with driveway parking for several cars. EPR: TBC