An attractive and well maintained Beach Hut with a timber veranda, benefiting from stunning sea and coastal views
The accommodation comprises (all measurements are approximate): Beach Hut : 8'10" x 7'01" (2.69m x 2.16m) - a fine example of a superb beach hut with glazed double opening doors leading out on to an undercover decked veranda which allows shelter, internal hardwood flooring, well appointed and well decorated.
The Beach Hut enjoys a convenient location on the first level down, just a short distance from a cold fresh water tap and steps which give downwards access to the beach and upwards to the clifftop car park, public toilets and beach cafe It has spectacular views from Hurst Castle in the East through the Solent entrance to the Needles, Hengistbury Head, Bournemouth Bay and the Purbecks in the West. Annual non-domestic rates are payable to New Forest District Council Local Residents ~ approx £583.00 per annum, includes rates £235.74 (with a 10% discount if the invoice is paid within one month of issue) Milford on Sea is a thriving coastal village with a comprehensive range of restaurants, pubs and cafes plus a good range of gift and local shops including a greengrocers, butchers, fishmonger and two general stores, plus a medical centre and dental surgery, based around the village green. The Village Green is home to several events during the year, including an Arts & Music Festival, May Fair, Dog Show and Christmas Carol Service, with the Community Centre and the four village churches running busy programmes throughout the year. Walks can be enjoyed along the Coastal Path towards Barton-on-Sea and Lymington, with stunning views towards the Isle of Wight and the Needles and westwards to Christchurch Bay, Hengistbury Head and the Purbeck Hills beyond or through sheltered woodland in the Milford-on-Sea Pleasure Grounds and Studland Common, both local Nature Reserves, or around Sturt Pond and along Hurst Shingle Bank to Hurst Castle which dates back to Tudor times. The New Forest National Park is a short drive away, The New Forest became a national park in 2005 and was once a royal hunting ground for William the Conqueror. It covers an area of 566 square kilometres and is made up of vast tracts of unspoilt woodland, heathland and river valleys where deer, ponies and cattle continue to roam free in its ancient heaths and woodland. Clear rivers and shady groves provide tranquillity and a car-free haven for walking, cycling and horse riding. The towns of Lymington and New Milton are both approximately 3 miles away, with the larger shopping centres of Bournemouth and Southampton approximately equi-distant, about 18 miles away. British Rail Stations at New Milton and Brockenhurst provide a fast service to London Waterloo, with Bournemouth and Southampton airports easily accessed for domestic and international flights and are two excellent websites providing a wealth of local information and news about the village
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