A spacious, period, family sized attached house, dating back to 1850, with three receptions, four bedrooms, off-road parking and a sunny aspect garden in a premier area of the village, offering good access to Milford-on-Sea Junior School
The accommodation comprises (all measurements are approximate):
Front door to:
Entrance hall - ceramic tiled floor, central heating radiator, ceiling light point, UPVC double glazed window
From the entrance hall, door to:
Sitting room - 15'11" x 11'10" (4.85m x 3.61m) excluding the bay window - double aspect with UPVC double glazed windows and door over looking and leading onto the garden aspect, central heating radiators, ceiling light point, TV aerial, timber flooring, central feature brick open fireplace.
From the entrance hall, door to:
Kitchen/family/social room - an L shape room with maximum measurements 24'2" x 15'11" (7.37m x 4.85m) -
Kitchen area - comprising one and half bowl single drainer mixer tap stainless steel sink unit, set in a roll top work surface with base cupboard and drawer units below and matching eye level cupboard units over, integrated gas fired (Stanley) Aga which also operates the hot water and heating system, space and plumbing for dishwasher, further under counter fridge space and space for fridge/freezer, central heating radiator, ceiling light points, beamed ceiling, ceramic tiled floor
Family/social area - ample space for large kitchen table and chairs, with recessed area to accommodate lounge furnishings, UPVC double glazed windows to the garden and driveway aspects, stable door to:
Rear porch/utility - comprising space and plumbing for washing machine, adjacent space for dryer, light point, tiled floor, UPVC double glazed door and adjacent window
Door from the kitchen/family/social room to:
Dining room - 15'11" x 8'4" (4.85m x 2.54m) - UPVC double glazed double opening doors overlooking and leading onto the garden aspect, central heating radiator, ceiling light point, ceramic tiled floor, under stairs recess. Double opening glazed doors to:
Conservatory/office - 11' x 8'10" (3.35m x 2.69m) - UPVC double glazed windows to the terrace and driveway approach, pitched roof, power, light point
From the dining room, doorway to:
Enclosed rear porch - UPVC double glazed door to the driveway area, adjacent door to:
Ground floor shower room - 12'9" x 5'8" (3.89m x 1.73m) narrowing to 3' (0.91m) - comprising shower, wc, vanity wash hand basin, shaver point, heated towel rails, tiled floor and walls, ceiling light points
From the entrance hall, main stairs to:
First floor landing - UPVC double glazed window, central heating radiator, ceiling light point, linen cupboard. Doors to:
Bedroom 1 - 16'9" x 12'4" (5.11m x 3.76m) excluding the bay window recess - double aspect with UPVC double glazed windows, central heating radiator, ceiling light point, beamed ceiling, wash hand basin, two double fitted wardrobes, dressing table fitted into the bay window incorporating shop safe rhs, shelf units either side of the bed space
bedroom 2 - 12'4" x 8'3" (3.76m x 2.51m) - UPVC double glazed window, central heating radiator, ceiling light point, beamed ceiling, period fireplace
bedroom 3 - 12'3" x 8'1" (3.73m x 2.46m) - UPVC double glazed window, central heating radiator, ceiling light point, beamed ceiling, period fireplace
bathroom - 8'8" x 7'10" (2.64m x 2.39m) maximum measurements - comprising bath with shower attachment, wc, wash hand basin, tiled floor, part tiled walls, beamed ceiling, recess ceiling spot lighting, radiator towel rail, UPVC double glazed window
separate WC - comprising wc, ceiling light point, tiled floor, part tiled walls, UPVC double glazed window
From the first floor landing, stairwell to:
Attic room - 14'4" x 7'9" (4.37m x 2.36m) with some restricted head height - double glazed velux windows, power points, telephone point, door to walk in loft space
Door from dining room to a second stairwell giving access to:
Bedroom 4 - 16'10" x 14'8" (5.13m x 4.47m) - UPVC double glazed windows and double glazed Velux windows, central heating radiators, wall light points, beamed and vaulted ceiling, timber flooring,
Double opening timber gate set in brick pillars gives access to the double width shingle driveway providing off-road parking for a number of vehicles, and shingle footpath to the main entrance. The driveway continues as a paved driveway to the rear of the property, with timber garden store, and outside tap. Adjacent to the driveway is a covered terrace with door into the utility porch.
The main area of garden is located to the front of the property and enjoys a sunny, south-westerly aspect, with glazed doors giving access from the sitting room and dining room, and is laid predominantly to lawn with raised shrub and flowerbed borders, fenced boundaries and a further timber store
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
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* entrance hall * sitting room * kitchen/family/social room * rear porch * dining room * conservatory/office * ground floor shower room * four first floor bedrooms * bathroom * separate wc * second floor attic room * double glazing * gfch * off-road parking * garden *