Burton, Christchurch

The back of the property boasts a generously proportioned rear garden, fully enclosed for privacy. It features an expansive patio area ideal for entertainment. Raised borders add a touch of elevation, while the remaining garden area is beautifully landscaped with a lush lawn and bordered by mature shrubs and hedges. While the front of the property provided ample space for off road parking for a number of vehicles.

Enjoying an expansive view of the rear garden and patio area, this property boasts a contemporary, well-appointed kitchen. An exposed brick feature wall adds to its charm.

Both functionality and style, a white granite island incorporates a breakfast bar and additional storage through multiple drawers and cupboards. Furthermore, there is dedicated space for an American-style fridge/freezer. Utility cupboards on either side of the kitchen encompass a pantry with double-opening doors,and additional wall-mounted storage units.

The dining area and lounge room are separated by a prominently displayed exposed brick chimney breast, which hosts a wood-burning stove top and an elevated brick base.

This space offers a double-aspect view, providing a cosy snug area that overlooks the rear of the property.

The ground floor also offers a fully fitted utility room, formal living room, which could also be used as a fourth bedroom, and bathroom with shower.

Upstairs are three fantastic-sized bedrooms. The primary overlooks the garden and comes complete with a walk-in dressing room. There is the added convenience of a separate shower room and bathroom. Making this property perfect for families.

Hordle, Lymington

The property sits on a wide road and it’s just a short walk away from local facilities including a convenience store. Just across the road is a large park. Ideal for children’s play areas and dog walks. Hordle is a very conveniently positioned village with its own primary school and range of shops catering for most daily requirements. There are local swimming beaches in the nearby village of Milford on Sea, which lies to the south and direct links to London via train with a station at New Milton. The New Forest National Park lies to the north with open spaces for walking and cycling while Lymington to the east, offers a wide range of sailing facilities.

The house is approached over a block paved driveway which provides ample parking for several cars as well as having a single garage with up and over door. there is also an electric car charging point at the front of the property.

There is side access to the rear garden which is partly paved and partly laid to lawn and can be accessed via the conservatory.

Front door opens to a central hall, which provides access to the ground floor rooms. To the right is a spacious sitting/dining room with feature fireplace containing an electric fire. There are also stairs from the dining room rising to the first floor.

Also accessed from the hall are two double bedrooms, one of which has an ensuite wet room with large accessible shower, sink and WC. There is also a ground floor family bathroom with WC, sink and bath with shower over.

The kitchen is well fitted with a range of modern units and the and the space opens onto a rear conservatory which enjoys views of the garden and access via French windows to a patio leading to the garden.

Upstairs, there is a landing with doors to a WC and two further bedrooms.

Pennington, Lymington

The house sits on a charming leafy lane just to the south west of Lymington and close to open parks, marinas and sea front walks. The house and grounds are extremely private and peaceful while remaining highly convenient for Lymington’s recreational facilities. The open spaces of Woodside Park lie to the east with extensive open coastal spaces lying to the south where there are several rural pubs and the starting point for superb coastal walks to Lymington marinas in the east and Keyhaven & Milford on Sea to the west. 

Lymington lies just to the north east and has a weekly Saturday market as well as a historic High Street offering a range of pubs, restaurants, boutique shops and chain stores. There are a wealth of sailing clubs and marinas providing exceptional access to The Solent. 

The New Forest National Park lies to the north with excellent walks and cycle rides over the unspoilt open countryside. There are two direct trains per hour to London Waterloo from Brockenhurst Station (6 miles) taking approximately 1h 40m.

Built in 1928 for a former Governor of Bermuda and consistently updated and improved by the current owners, the house has a beautiful Arts & Crafts inspired facade and enjoys southerly views across its own gardens and grounds. 

While the house would benefit from updating, it is not Listed and therefore retains extensive scope to enhance and extend subject to the necessary permissions being granted. The accommodation very well proportioned and sensibly arranged to take full advantage of its peaceful position and delightful southerly aspect. 

The front door opens to an entrance hall with cloakroom and w.c. From here a staircase hall provides access to the principal reception rooms and kitchen. The sitting room has a brick fireplace and views over the garden as well as a door to the sun room from which there is a door direct to the terrace and garden. Beyond the sitting room is a large dining room, again with fireplace, garden views and a door to the sun room. There is also a secondary door leading to the kitchen / breakfast room (which can also be accessed from the hall) and one can imaging the dining room and kitchen / breakfast room being combined to create a superb open plan living space. The kitchen / breakfast room itself is L- shaped with a pleasant informal dining area overlooking the garden, to the rear of this space is an extremely spacious kitchen with a range of traditional fitted units, a wide alcove suitable for a range cooker and a large central island incorporating a breakfast bar. Beyond the kitchen / breakfast room is an extremely generous laundry room and boot room. 

Also on the ground floor is a large study complete with fitted book cases and an extremely generous triple aspect drawing room with a full height vaulted ceiling and large feature fireplace. 

From the hall, a staircase rises to the first floor where all bedrooms can be reached via a central landing. The master bedroom is particularly spacious with a built in wardrobe and en suite bathroom with both a bath and separate shower. There are four further double bedrooms, three of which have built in wardrobes and there are also a further bathroom with both bath and separate shower and a further shower room. 

Overage Clause

Due to the potential for future development on the land it is the vendors’ intention that that, in the event planning permission is granted for additional residential properties on the site then 25% of the uplift in value will be payable to the current vendors. This condition applies for 25 years from the date of sale.

The house is approached via a wide, sweeping drive past lawn banks and verges which provide a very pleasing approach as well as providing a noticeable sense of privacy. There is a large turning and parking area at the end of the drive which provides access to both the main house and the extensive garage block. 

The principal garage block is particularly impressive and provides garaging for seven cars. Also on the ground floor is a pedestrian door to the building which leads to a staircase hall with access to all garages and a door to a shower room which services the swimming pool to the rear. The upstairs has been divided into rooms currently used as living and bedroom space. 

To the rear of the garage block is a large walled garden containing an outdoor pool surrounded by a sheltered and private terrace beyond which lie further outbuildings ideal for storage.

The grounds extend to approximately 6 acres which predominantly lie to the south of the main house and the area immediately in front of the house are laid to lawn with mature shrubs and trees providing further interest and colour. Both the house and grounds offer an extremely peaceful and private setting with extensive paddocks extending to the south of the formal gardens. To the western edge of the property lies a further outbuilding providing additional garaging for three cars, covered storage and a store room above accessed via an internal staircase. There is a separate vehicular access to this area.

To the rear of the house is an enclosed and secluded walled kitchen garden which is paved and provides an additional attractive area ideal for entertaining.


All mains services are connected.

Council Tax: Band H

EPC Rating: E (current 48, potential 76)

Superfast Broadband with speeds of up to 45 Mbps is available at the property

Beaulieu, Brockenhurst

The property sits on a generous plot in one of the area’s most sought after addresses where spacious waterside homes are spread along the shoreline. The setting is particularly unspoilt and peaceful as the access road attracts very little traffic while the open spaces of The Forest, as well as a beach and paddle board launching point are also nearby. All manner of outdoor activities are close at hand with walking, riding and cycling across miles of unspoilt tracks in the Forest or sailing at either Lymington or Bucklers Hard. There is a popular local pub at East End and direct rail services to London Waterloo depart regularly from Brockenhurst and take approximately 2 hours.

This charming timber framed bungalow is the ideal holiday retreat or rental investment. The property has been extended to its full potential and offers contemporary, spacious accommodation set within a quarter acre of national park. The property is accessed through a five bar gate leading to a gravel drive which leads to a turning and parking area adjacent to the house. The home is currently a successful holiday let and is spectacularly well presented with vaulted ceilings, exposed beams, an open fireplace and full length windows. An oak porch opens on to the formal lounge with open fireplace, wood panelled walls and a rear aspect window. Double sliding doors open in to the main kitchen/family room with wonderful floor to ceiling windows and bi-fold doors over looking the landscaped gardens. The high end kitchen is the heart of the house with a range of fitted cupboards and work surfaces, breakfast bar and integrated white goods. There are three bedrooms, all interior designed, a family bathroom with butler sink, bath and shower and an en suite bathroom.

The bungalow overlooks its gardens which extend to approximately a quarter of an acre and contain areas of level lawn and some mature trees along with hedges at the boundary. There is an outside bath with hot and cold taps and a superb covered garden kitchen ideal for outdoor entertaining complete with barbecue. There is ample parking for several cars adjacent to the house and the gardens have a southerly aspect as well as a peaceful atmosphere well suited to this charming location.


Middle Road forms part of an attractive and increasingly popular enclave of peaceful residential roads that are conveniently positioned for both Waitrose and the High Street which offers a range of boutiques and larger shops as well as historic pubs, restaurants and cafes. Lymington is a thriving market town with an abundance of green space and world renowned sailing opportunities from the deep water marinas and yacht clubs. The town is surrounded by the open spaces of The New Forest which provides almost limitless walks and cycle rides. There is a railway station in the town offering services to London Waterloo via Brockenhurst and a ferry to Yarmouth on the Isle of Wight.

A covered porch provides a useful area to come in from the rain before entering the welcoming hallway. The house is brimming with character with wooden flooring throughout the majority of the ground floor adding a touch of elegance, creating a warm and inviting atmosphere. The lounge has a wonderful original fireplace, large south facing bay window, high skirting boards and picture rails. The hallway extends through to the dining room with another original fireplace, wood floors, stairs to the first floor and a large sash window to the garden. The kitchen has a door to the garden, slate floor and a range of fitted wall and base cupboards and work tops with a fitted oven, gas hob and extractor and space for a fridge freezer. A step up takes you in to the inner hallway with a cloakroom and separate boiler room housing the gas boiler and immersion. The third reception is off here with a vaulted ceiling, velux window and double doors to the lawned garden. Stairs rise to eth first floor with a large double cupboard. The master bed mirrors the lounge beneath with a large bay widow and feature fireplace. Bedroom two is a good sized double with another fireplace, vanity unit and fitted cupboard. Bedroom three is again a double room with a vanity unit. The family bathroom suite completes the accommodation.

Overall, this property is a must-see for anyone seeking a charming and comfortable family home with plenty of character and a perfect location.

The property features a delightful frontage with wrought iron gate and attractive tiling which leads to the front porch. The lawned rear garden with sunny patio area providing the perfect spot for relaxing in the sunshine or entertaining guests. The garden is complete with a charming summer house, colourful plantings and mature shrubs and bushes.


Energy Performance Rating: D Current: 59 Potential: 76

Council Tax Band: D

All mains services connected

Barton on Sea, New Milton

This property provides generously proportioned living spaces, suffused with an abundance of natural light. The ground floor features an impressive front-to-rear living room, complete with an open fireplace and is connected seamlessly to the rear garden through sliding doors.

The capacious, contemporary kitchen/breakfast room is perfect for a sizable family. Fully fitted with an enormous amount of storage, and plenty of worktop space complete with a gas hob, built-in microwave, grill and oven.

On this floor, you will also find the sizable formal dining room, which could also be used as a fifth bedroom or a children’s playroom. There is plenty of storage under the stairs plus a full bathroom for convenience.

Ascending to the first floor reveals four inviting double bedrooms, all exuding a sense of brightness and space. Additionally, there’s a dedicated study area and a family bathroom. The three of bedrooms are equipped with fitted wardrobes, while the master bedroom boasts an ensuite bathroom.

Externally, the property presents an extensive frontage with a private drive through driveway, offering ample off-road parking that can easily accommodate multiple vehicles, including a caravan or boat. Furthermore, a double garage is at your disposal. To the rear, you’ll find a beautifully secluded garden, capturing the westerly sun, complete with a patio seating area and two storage sheds.


Positioned at the top of the High Street with all the amenities of the Georgian market town, including doctor’s surgery and chemist, library, church and community centre close by. The beautiful town of Lymington, with its cosmopolitan shopping and picturesque harbour, has two large deep water marinas and yachting and sailing clubs, for which the town has gained it’s status as a world renowned sailing resort. There is also an open-air seawater bath, built in 1833 within walking distance. Lymington also has a number of renowned restaurants and designer boutiques and is surrounded by the outstanding natural beauty of the New Forest National Park. On Saturday, a market is held in the High Street, the origins of which probably date back to the 13th century. To the north are the New Forest villages of Brockenhurst and Lyndhurst and Junction 1 of the M27 which links to the M3 for access to London. There is also a branch line train link to Brockenhurst Railway Station (approx. 5.5 miles) which provides a half hourly service to London Waterloo with a journey time of approximately 90 minutes.

The apartment has the benefit of an allocated car parking space. There is also a communal refuse and cycle store. To the front of the property is a communal lawned area and a further communal lawn to the rear. 

Communal front door with intercom and stairs rising to the second floor. Private entrance to hallway with all doors off. The main living room is both light and spacious with a vaulted ceiling and double doors to the West facing balcony with new composite decking. The separate fitted kitchen is fitted with a range of units, integral oven, plumbing for washing machine and space for fridge freezer and dishwasher. The master bedroom is light and airy with south and west facing windows and a fitted double wardrobe. Bedroom two has a southerly aspect . The family bathroom has a contemporary white suite and completes the accommodation. Overall the apartment is a spacious, light property located a few hundred yards from the top of the High Street, ideal as a rental investment or second home with private allocated parking and low outgoings.


The house is a landmark property positioned in the centre of the conservation area being close to the quay in Lymington and having a delightful late Georgian front elevation which is behind iron railings and a low brick wall. Some of the walls that surround the property are formed using clinker from the ballast of the historic ships calling into Lymington from days gone by. There are gates and a path to both sides of the property leading to the rear walled garden. There is also a boiler shed accessed from the The parking is positioned on a brick paved driveway behind the wall and next to a property called Coach House. An attractive brick built summer house could be used as a studio/home office. The walled garden is mature and offers a high degree of privacy with a covered pergola attached to the rear of the house for al fresco dining. There is also a newly laid rear decked terrace.


Energy Performance Rating: Not Required Grade II Listed.

Council Tax Band: G

All main services connected.

The entrance hallway has the stairs rising to the first floor and stripped pine doors lead into the dining room to the left side with large front aspect sash window. To the rear of the house and on the south side is the spacious sitting room with ornate stone open fireplace and large low south facing sash window. This room is open to the magnificent orangery and kitchen area with a large vaulted glazed roof, bi folding doors to two aspects facing the walled garden and with the kitchen positioned to one end. There is a contemporary styled raised fireplace and the herringbone flooring runs throughout the whole of the ground floor, except for the sitting room and dining room which are cream carpet. The kitchen is high gloss with a breakfast bar inset with the sink, ample storage cupboards and space for the american fridge and a dishwasher. There is an eye level fan oven and combination microwave, hob and extractor unit over. A further door leads into another spacious reception room with glazed French doors leading to the garden and the covered pergola for al fresco dining. This delightful room spans the entire width of the property with sash to the front aspect and a door to the cloakroom and another to a large laundry/utility cupboard with roof light and plumbing for washing machine etc. 

The first floor landing is flooded with light from the Velux ceiling unit over the staircase and pine doors leads to the spacious main bedroom with ornate ceiling, windows to dual aspects and a velux above the large spa bath. There are fitted wardrobes and a door the ensuite where there is a dual sink vanity unit, WC and shower cubicle. Bedroom two is of equally spacious dimensions with an ensuite shower room, wc and vanity unit. Bedroom three is a double with ensuite shower room and large front aspect sash window. Bedroom four has an ensuite shower room and staircase from a corner of the bedroom to a loft play area and storage room with Velux ceiling units.  

The beautiful Georgian market town centre, with its cosmopolitan shopping and picturesque quay and harbour is moments from the property. Also close by are two large deep water marinas and sailing clubs for which the town has gained its status as a world renowned sailing resort, as well as an open-air seawater bath built in 1833. Lymington is surrounded by the outstanding natural beauty of the New Forest National Park. On Saturday, a market is held in the High Street, the origins of which date back to the 13th century. 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 (approx. 5.5 miles) which gives direct access to London Waterloo in approximately 90 minutes.


Western Road forms part of an attractive and increasingly popular enclave of peaceful residential roads that are conveniently positioned for both Waitrose (less than a 5 minute walk) and the High Street (5 minute walk) which offers a range of boutiques and larger shops as well as historic pubs, restaurants and cafes. Lymington is a thriving market town with an abundance of green space and world renowned sailing opportunities from the deep water marinas and yacht clubs. The town is surrounded by the open spaces of The New Forest which provides almost limitless walks and cycle rides, the property is walking distance to the New Forest via footpaths. There is a railway station in the town offering services to London Waterloo via Brockenhurst and a ferry to Yarmouth on the Isle of Wight.

The property is the perfect combination of modern and period. The house boasts a raft of original features including exposed timber floor boards, beautiful Victorian fire place surrounds in each room and sash style windows. The main living room is at the front of the house and is the ideal retreat for a winters evening with an open fireplace and warm colour tones. The kitchen has been tastefully extended and is the hub of the house with space for a dining table as well as soft seating with views out to the rear garden. There is also a modern shower room with WC on the ground floor and under stair cupboard space for additional storage. On the first floor there are two spacious double bedrooms. The main bedroom is located at the rear of the property and enjoys the use of an en-suite bathroom.

The property enjoys a pretty courtyard area to the front with some delightful flowers creating a wonderful welcome. The rear garden can be access via a side gate and has been thoughtfully designed to create a sunny entertaining area. There is a mixture of lawn with an attractive border of flowers and shrubs. There is also the potential for off street parking at the rear of the property.


Energy Performance Rating: C Current: 72 Potential: 87

Council Tax Band: D

All mains services are connected

Pennington, Lymington

Situated approximately 1½ miles west of Lymington, between the village of Sway and Lymington town and close to The New Forest National Park which encompasses over 140,000 acres of beautiful open heathland and enclosed woodland, offering many miles of unspoiled riding and walking. The Georgian market town of Lymington offers a wide range of shops including boutiques, a selection of renowned restaurants and cafes. There are excellent facilities for sailors with two deep water marinas, the Royal Lymington Yacht Club and Lymington Town Sailing Club and the facility of both permanent and visitors’ moorings on the Lymington River. There is a branch railway line from Lymington to the forest village of Brockenhurst, some 4 miles to the north, where there is a mainline rail connection (London Waterloo approximately 90 minutes).

Welcome to this remarkable 3-bedroom, 3-bathroom bungalow, where spacious living meets exquisite design. As you step inside, you are greeted by a generously proportioned reception hallway that sets the tone for what lies ahead.

From the reception hallway, you’ll find your way into a capacious sitting and dining room. This inviting space is bathed in natural light, thanks to its beautiful bi-fold doors that seamlessly connect the indoors with the outdoors. Enjoy year-round comfort as you cozy up to the charming log burner on cooler evenings, or simply bask in the serene garden views on a warm day.

To the left of the hallway, a separate sitting room awaits, leading to two spacious bedrooms that are truly a retreat. Each bedroom boasts ample space, built-in wardrobes, and its own en-suite bathroom, providing ultimate convenience and privacy for residents or guests.

The heart of this bungalow is the bespoke kitchen, complete with modern, high-quality built-in appliances. Whether you’re a culinary enthusiast or simply appreciate a well-appointed space, this kitchen is designed to inspire and impress.

Additional versatile spaces within the home include a study and a third bedroom, strategically positioned at the front of the house for privacy and tranquility. The third bedroom also offers the luxury of an en-suite bathroom, enhancing comfort and functionality.

An automated electric gate opens into a block paved driveway with ample parking and turning, leading to the garage. The rear garden is of notable size and offers tremendous views across open paddock land with grazing horses. There is a sunny entertaining area at the rear of the property with a  borders offer raised beds with numerous scented flowers and plantings. A wide patio offers a quiet area to enjoy alfresco dining and enjoy the afternoon sun.