– Approached via a tarmac drive leading to the garage storage area and entrance porch

– Side access which leads to the rear gardens which have been well-designed

– Potential to create an al-fresco dining area from the patio adjacent to the conservatory

Energy Performance Rating: C Current: 69 Potential: 84

Council Tax Band: C

All mains services connected

– Spacious entrance porch, leading to a bright and airy living room with a front aspect overlooking the gardens

– Adjacent dining room leading off from the kitchen, providing access to the conservatory

– Modern kitchen fitted with a range of gloss wall and drawer units with an inset sink and worksurfaces

– Integrated appliances to include an integral dishwasher, fridge/freezer and space for a range-style gas oven

– Utility room leading to a useful WC

– Four first-floor bedrooms; the master is particularly generous in size and benefits from built-in wardrobes

– Stylish family bathroom comprising a four-piece suite, finished with fully tiled walls

Conveniently located in a quiet position within a level walk of the town centre of Ringwood and has the added benefit of a private health and sports club nearby. Ringwood is an old medieval market town and offers a superb range of shopping facilities, boutiques, cafes, restaurants and there are excellent schools for all ages, both state and private. For commuters the A31 provides direct routes via the A338 to Bournemouth (10 miles) and Salisbury (18miles) via the M27 to Southampton (18 miles) and London and beyond via the M3.

Living in Ringwood

Ringwood offers the best of all worlds. This old market town is positioned on the edge of the New Forest, yet is just ten minutes drive to the coast and also has easy access to the A31, with London, Southampton and Winchester in one direction and Bournemouth in the other.

It is an increasingly popular destination for home hunters. Best known as the home of Ringwood Brewery (inspiration for the current boom in microbreweries), it is undergoing a re-identification. The old cattle market has been transformed into a stylish shopping quarter with names such as Aga, Hobbs, Joules, Waitrose and Waterstones, and a programme of events that includes live music and farmers’ markets. The adjacent high street has retained its character, with a traditional weekly market and a selection of independents, a new artisan bakery, and a variety of decent eateries such as Framptons and Noisy Lobster.

Families are attracted by the sense of community and highly regarded secondary school (its sixth form provision rated ‘outstanding’ by Ofsted). There is a wide range of property from thatched cottages, through Victorian and Edwardian villas to tree-lined closes of homes built between the wars and every decade from mid-century onwards.

To the north are the quieter, untouched reaches of the Forest and larger country houses. To the west Ringwood is bounded by the River Avon and Avon Castle, a private estate of big, individual, contemporary properties in large plots, many with views across the water meadows. Avon Castle appeals to those looking for privacy and seclusion, and also attracts people moving from London in search of country life combined with contemporary living. Looking for an Estate Agent in Ringwood? Spencers are here to help.

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  • Bedrooms Bedrooms: 4
  • Bathrooms Bathrooms: 2
  • Receptions Living Rooms: 2

WALKING DISTANCE TO THE TOWN - A four-bedroom semi-detached home situated at the head of a quiet cul-de-sac within walking distance of Ringwood town centre. The property has been refurbished in recent years, boasting naturally bright and airy living accommodation, four first-floor bedrooms and well-designed gardens which create space for al-fresco dining.

Spencers Ringwood Office

42 High Street
BH24 1AG

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