This attractive character home is conveniently located on the edge of the town centre of Fordingbridge with a good range of local shops, supermarket, cafés, restaurants and also excellent local schools. The popular market town of Ringwood is approximately 7 miles distant, offering an excellent variety of shopping facilities, boutiques, cafes and restaurants as well as two supermarkets and two leisure centres. The easily accessible A338 links to the cathedral city of Salisbury (approximately 8 miles north) which has a mainline railway station direct to Waterloo, London. There are international airports at both Bournemouth and Southampton.


From Ringwood, proceed along the A338 towards Salisbury. After approximately 6 miles, turn left into Salisbury Road. The property will then be found on the left hand side – signified by a ‘Spencers’ board.


Situated on the south side of the high street moments from the famous “cobbles” in Lymington and is a short walk from the Station, Town Quay, deep water Marinas and Yacht Clubs. Lymington is famed for being a world renowned sailing location being situated on the river leading to The Solent and Isle of Wight. The Georgian market town is surrounded by the outstanding natural beauty of the New Forest National Park. To the north, are the New Forest villages of Brockenhurst and Lyndhurst and Junction 1 of the M27, which links to the M3 giving access to London. There is a rail branch line link to Brockenhurst main line Station (approx. 5.5 miles) which gives direct access (half hourly) to London Waterloo in 90 minutes.

This charming property, draped with beautiful Wisteria is approached via a paved pathway leading to the front entrance. The kitchen has been beautifully handcrafted out of English Oak and features a three-oven Aga with hot plates, Belfast sink and window over looking the rear garden. This rustic kitchen includes ample storage cupboards and drawers. Adjacent to the kitchen is the spacious dining room with an attractive bay window looking out to the front aspect and access through to the beautiful vaulted sitting room. This room acts as the heart of the home and benefits from a wood burning stove, offering a cosy and inviting atmosphere throughout the winter months.

Ascending to the first floor, you’ll find a well-appointed landing that leads through to the two double bedrooms and family bathroom. A part exposed brick wall on the landing adds to the rustic charm of the cottage. 

The principal bedroom with dual aspect is a tranquil retreat tucked at the rear of the property. The south facing window invites natural light to cascade into the room while offering a peaceful view of the rear garden. Bedroom two is an inviting space with an exposed brick feature wall and a vaulted ceiling.  The charming bathroom, with patterned wall tiles and roll top bath provides a touch of elegance along with functionality. 

The lower level of the property serves as a cinema room providing entertainment options and further fitted storage space.  

The property boasts a south-facing garden, with private areas for relaxing and entertaining throughout the day. The presence of a summer house in the garden is an added bonus. This space can be used for various purposes, such as a home office or a place to unwind during the summer months.

Energy Performance Rating: n/a as Grade II Listed

Council Tax Band: D

All mains services connected

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.

Burley, Ringwood

Woodside lies about ¼ mile from the centre of, arguably, one of the most beautiful and sought after villages in The New Forest, ideally situated to make full use of all the wonderful facilities the Forest has to offer. Whether it be sailing at nearby Lymington (12 miles) or golf at one of the many courses in the area including Brockenhurst with its mainline railway station (8 miles, Waterloo 90 minutes.) The market town of Ringwood is but a short drive away (5 miles). The larger shopping towns of Southampton (20 miles) to the east and Bournemouth (16 miles) to the west, both with their airports are both easily accessible.

An attractive brick open porch leads to the dining room/hall with the original fireplace and useful understairs storage. To the right of the staircase is the sitting room, a delightfully bright room with a dual aspect and a Victorian fireplace The kitchen is situated to the rear of the cottage, boasts a large walk-in pantry and also gives access to a covered terraced area leading out into the garden.

Stairs lead to the first floor landing which has an attractive sash window overlooking the forest. There are two double bedrooms to the front of the cottage, both dual aspect rooms having built-in cupboards and original fireplaces. The third bedroom to the rear enjoys a view over the rear garden and the family bathroom has an enamelled bath, WC and wash basin.

The pretty garden to the rear enjoys privacy and a sunny aspect and has been beautifully maintained with mature laurel hedged boundaries. The well stocked shrub borders and beds offer colour throughout the year. There is an outside WC, two storage outhouses and rear access to the single garage. A small garden pavilion faces south.


The property is entered through a covered porch through the main door where you immediately walk into the cosy main living room with log burner and built in storage units. Leading from this room you enter the dining room also offering feature fireplace and double aspects views with further access from here to the conservatory at the back of the property. Both the main living room and dinning room sit at the front at the property and enjoy stunning views into the Forest.

At the rear of the property and accessed both via the conservatory and main living room, is the kitchen with an array of low-lying storage units, butler style double sink. A door from the kitchen leads you to a good-sized pantry room with ample storage and window.

Stairs from the front of the house lead you up to the first-floor landing where you two double bedrooms sit at each side of the house. The principal bedrooms enjoys double aspect views with feature fireplace and the second bedroom enjoys views to the front over looking the Forest and boats in built cupboards. A good sized third bedroom sits at the rear of the property with view over the lovely garden. Upstairs is completed by the three-piece family bathroom.

The garage is lined with tiled flooring and houses the utilities for the house with further plans to incorporate this into the main house through the pantry.


At the front of the property you are greeted with wooden fencing and double gates that allow for access onto the front for off street parking and further singular pedestrian gate access. The front of the property is laid with shingle and boast an array of lovely flower beds with large hedging flanking the property giving it is peace and seclusion.

Access to the rear garden is to the right-hand side of the property where there is a large, grassed garden with a wrap around patio area. The rear garden is bordered by further large hedging and fencing allowing for ample privacy. Further benefits include gated access at the back from the lane. An outside W/C, tool shed and storage shed complete the outside buildings.


The property is centrally located in, arguably, one of the most beautiful and sought after villages in The New Forest, ideally situated to make full use of all the wonderful facilities the Forest has to offer. Whether it be sailing at nearby Lymington (12 miles) or golf at one of the many courses in the area including Brockenhurst with its mainline railway station (8 miles, Waterloo 90 mins.) The market town of Ringwood is but a short drive away (5 miles). The larger shopping towns of Southampton (20 miles) to the east and Bournemouth (16 miles) to the west, both with their airports, are easily accessible.

New Milton

The property is situated inside the southern edge of The New Forest, within 1/2 a mile of open forest and just four miles from the coast which offers cliff top walks, beaches, and spectacular views over the Solent and the Isle of Wight. Local amenities at New Milton are within one mile with schools for all age groups including the renowned Ballard School nearby. The Georgian coastal town of Lymington is within eight miles where you will find a range of boutique shops, many fine restaurants, excellent sailing facilities, and a thirty minute car ferry crossing to Yarmouth on the Isle of Wight. The property is well placed for access to other major towns and cities including Bournemouth (13 miles), Southampton (19 miles) and Winchester (31 miles), with a link to London Waterloo via New Milton (2 hours) or Brockenhurst (1 hour 40 minutes).

A covered porch opens into the main sitting room, which offers a comfortable living space with a stairwell ascending to the first floor, charming wood burning stove and feature surround and two sets of double doors opening out onto the rear terrace and garden. Set to one side of the sitting room is an impressive kitchen/dining room, which features a bespoke fitted kitchen, fitted with a range of wall and base units and a solid oak topped island with built in wine rack and shelving. This superb space further benefits from porcelain tile flooring. To the other side of the sitting room, is a double aspect study, which can also be utilised as a fourth bedroom if required. Further rooms to the ground floor include a utility room with fitted units and a shower room, comprising a shower with rainwater shower head, wash basin and WC.

The first floor landing provides access to the principal bedroom suite, family bathroom and two further bedrooms. The principal double bedroom enjoys elevated views across the garden to the rear and benefits from a walk-in wardrobe and well-appointed en-suite featuring a walk-in shower with glass screen and rainwater shower head, wash basin and WC. The partly tiled family bathroom comprises a built-in panelled bath, wash basin and WC. Opposite the family bath lies a window seat overlooking the garden to the rear. The second bedroom benefits from a dual aspect, with views to the front and rear, whilst the third bedroom has a lattice window over the front aspect and a small built-in wardrobe.

NB. The property features underfloor heating to both floors.

Features of refurbishment and works conducted: 

● Full Rewire

● New mains supply cable from street

● Smart electric meter

● Full Replumb

● New mains supply from street, improved water pressure

● Gas condensing boiler

● Smart gas meter

● Pressurised hot water cylinder ensuring mains pressure hot water

● Wet underfloor heating (ground and first floor) with individually programmable room thermostats.

● New soil pipes, external drain and Tricel waste water treatment unit

● Thermally insulated floors and lofts and acoustic insulation added to internal partition walls and ceilings.

● New Roof (felt, battens, slates, dormer cladding and gutters and downpipe)

● Chimney lined with stainless steel flue and surrounded with insulation

The property is accessed from the road via a gravel driveway leading to a large parking area offering off road parking for multiple vehicles and a recently built oak frame garage with attached workshop to the side. The main area of garden lies directly behind the property and is predominantly laid to level of lawn and surrounded by planted borders. To the far side of the plot is an attractive and recently constructed oak frame pergola sitting area which forms a lovely focal point and offers an ideal space for family recreation and outdoor dining. Adjoining the pergola area is an additional workshop offering options for a number of uses. This area then extends down the far side of the property to an organic section of the garden, which is mostly paved, with a number of raised plant beds. This then wraps back round to the front of the cottage.

Hordle, Lymington

A covered porch opens in to the attractive lounge with a feature brick chimney breast with ornate built-in shelves either side and diamond leaded window to one side and an impressive beamed ceiling. The fitted kitchen has a comprehensive range of drawers and cupboards incorporating open shelving under the work tops. Space and plumbing for washing machine. Built-in oven with four ring ceramic hob and concealed extractor above with a front aspect, wall mounted gas boiler and stable door to a small outside seating area.  The inner hall which leads to the bedrooms and bathroom is the start of the modern extension. The hall with sky light is ideal as a study/office area with additional storage cupboard. The master bedroom is a beautiful light and airy room with double French doors overlooking the garden. Bedroom two is a single bedroom and has been used in the past as both a snug and a cinema room. The family bathroom with front aspect, modern white suite and shower over the bath complete the accommodation for this attractive period cob cottage.

Gravel off road parking for two cars with side access leading to the landscaped rear garden. Patio area and spacious lawn with panelled fence borders offering a peaceful sun trap. There is also a useful storage area.


Energy Performance Rating: Grade II Listed

Council Tax Band: TBC

All mains services connected

The property is situated in the village of Hordle and epitomises the peace and tranquillity of the New Forest. Hordle, is a semi-rural village between Lymington, a popular market town famed for its river and marinas and New Milton which offers comprehensive leisure and shopping facilities with excellent schools nearby. To the north east is the New Forest village of Brockenhurst which has a mainline railway station providing a half hourly service to London Waterloo with a journey time of approximately 90 minutes. There is a nearby Post office, corner store and The Crown Pub a five minute drive.


The property is located at the end of a forest track with off street parking at the front and access to a detached garage, large hedgerows define the front boundary. A white picket fence and gate separates the garage and main house giving access to the rear garden which measures approximately 100ft in length.

The rear garden is predominantly laid to lawn and is bordered by hedging and fencing to either side. NB: The rear boundary has not been clearly defined but is denoted on the land map.

There is direct forest access from your front door making this the most enviable of positions and giving you fantastic walks and ride out opportunity immediately from the house.

Accessed via an entrance lobby with door to the cloakroom, steps lead down into the kitchen which has a range of fitted units with an adjoining utility room accessed at the end of the kitchen. A good sized dining room leads off the kitchen and benefits from a feature fireplace and a door out onto the rear garden.

Two further reception rooms sit either side of the dining room. The main reception room measures over 26ft in length and also boasts a feature fireplace with triple aspect windows giving you aspects over the garden and forest. A separate family room is situated up a short flight of stairs with a central fireplace.

Stairs from the dining room lead up to a “T” Shaped landing with a large master bedroom and a three piece ensuite located on the west wing. The master bedroom comprises a fireplace, built in storage and double aspect windows. Two further double bedrooms, also with fireplaces, and a large single bedroom with corner windows are located on the east wing with a further three piece family bathroom.

Oak Cottage is situated out on the open forest in an area referred to as Shirley Holms, the property being situated approximately 2 miles north of the Georgian market town of Lymington renowned for its river, marinas and yacht clubs.

The neighbouring forest villages of Sway (about 1.5 miles west) and Brockenhurst (about 2.5 miles north) both have useful mainline rail connections to London/Waterloo (journey time about 90 minutes). Lymington, Brockenhurst and Sway provide a comprehensive range of shopping, leisure and educational facilities.

Winkton, Christchurch


This wonderful character home is situated in a quiet and private position, in the village of Winkton, located on the edge of the Avon Valley. The medieval town of Christchurch is only 2 miles distant, and offers a comprehensive range of shops, boutiques, restaurants and a natural harbour, with two sailing clubs and a renowned rowing club. There are excellent schools nearby, both state and private. The Market town of Ringwood is 6.5 miles distant, situated on the edge of The New Forest National Park – offering 140,000 acres of heath and woodland for a range of outdoor pursuits.

For the Commuter the A338 links to the A31 and gives direct access to the M27 to Southampton and M3 to London and beyond.


From Ringwood, join the B3347 heading south towards Christchurch. Stay on this road for approximately 5 miles and as you approach Sopley, join the one-way system. Proceed for a further half a mile and turn left into Burley Road.  The property will be found on your left.

Bank, Lyndhurst

The property benefits from many quality fitments including beautiful reclaimed Georgian wide floorboards, conservation grade timber sash windows to the front elevations with bespoke Crittal galvanised steel windows and French doors to the rear elevations and Victorian cast iron style radiators in keeping with the character.

Set along a quiet country lane in this sought after hamlet within moments of the open forest and walking distance of the highly regarded Oak Inn, the property is accessed via a picket fence gate into the front garden.

The main entrance is set under a covered storm porch which leads into a welcoming hallway with stairs leading up to the first and second floor accommodation. This in turn leads through into a generous 22’ Sitting Room with large Crittal French doors leading out to the rear garden, bespoke cabinetry offers extensive shelving and storage, and a feature Stovax Woodburner is inset into the wall.

The extended kitchen/dining room is set to the rear of the property with partly vaulted ceilings with Velux windows providing lots of natural lighting. Crittal windows provide open south facing aspects across the rear garden with coordinating French doors. Featuring a range of wooden units with coordinating quartz stone worksurfaces with an inset range cooker and extractor over, central kitchen island and space for further appliances. A real feature of the room is a large bespoke fitted solid pine cabinetry providing a range of cupboards, wine storage, spice drawers and ornamental panelled shelving.

A utility room leads off the kitchen and into a ground floor shower room which completes the ground floor.

The first floor landing leads to three light and charming bedrooms with stripped floorboards. The two rear bedrooms enjoy elevated open aspects across the garden.

The family bathroom incorporates a modern white suite with tongue and groove panelling, a large walk in shower, Villeroy and Boch double ended bath, WC and vanity sink unit.

A staircase provides access to the second floor which opens into a large attic room which is currently used as a fourth bedroom with an en suite wet room. Large Velux windows inset into the vaulted roofline, provide lots of light.

Agents Note:

Planning permission has been granted for a replacement larger barn style garage. We also understand that the property benefits from Forest Rights of Common of Pasture and Mast. Local children in Bank have also previously benefited from free school transport.

The front garden is enclosed with a picket fence and predominantly laid to lawn with side access to the oil tank to one side and a path leading to the rear garden on the far side.

The pretty low maintenance rear garden is enclosed with an array of privet hedging and features five 50 year old ornamental olive trees.

A detached garage is set at the rear of the garden with access off Pinkney Lane across a cattlegrid leading to off street parking for a couple of cars.

Hordle, Lymington

A large covered entrance porch connects the pretty cottage to the studio/office and incorporates plumbing for the washing machine, a stable door leading out to the rear garden and access into the kitchen/dining room. This room forms the hub of the house with a log burning stove in the dining area which is divided from the kitchen by a wooden topped island providing ample storage.

The kitchen has space for a range style cooker, a range of cupboards and an open pantry with a door to the rear garden. There are two more walk-in pantry/store cupboards in this area.

The main triple aspect sitting room is of a generous size with ornate wooden fire surround to the log burning stove and glazed door out to the front garden.

The studio/home office on the ground floor is a large room with windows to the rear with a cloakroom to one end and ideal for use as ancillary accommodation/bedroom four.

Stairs lead to a generous landing with an airing cupboard housing the hot water immersion heater with tank in the loft above. There are three bedrooms, two double rooms with double aspect windows and fitted storage cupboards, and a single bedroom with double aspect windows. All are served by the family bathroom with a shower above the bath, basin and WC. There are two loft hatches leading to the insulated loft space.

The property enjoys a lovely semi rural setting with views across the fields to the side and rear. The village of Hordle is a close neighbour of the small and busy town of New Milton to the west, and the Georgian market town of Lymington to the east and the popular seaside village of Milford on Sea to the south.

A general store is complimented by a selection of further shops on Stopples Lane, two local pubs and an ‘Ofsted’ outstanding Hordle Primary School. For leisure activities, the choice of wonderful coastal walks at Keyhaven and Milford on Sea is matched by the New Forest, which provides an area of outstanding natural beauty with ancient woods and heathland enjoyed by riders and walkers alike.

A feature of note is the delightful plot extending to some 1/2 acre with the cottage set in the centre, surrounded by gardens on all sides and enjoying a lovely sunny aspect. There are mature hedges forming the boundaries and a long winding gravel entrance driveway leads from Vaggs Lane to the part constructed oak framed garage/barn complex.

To the rear of the plot is a large concrete barn with sliding entrance doors, ideal for vehicles or machinery or boat storage, along with an area of hard standing nearby. The plot is well screened with fields to the side and rear of the plot allowing for a high degree of privacy.