Redrow - The Villas at Lymington Shores, SO41
The Villas at Lymington Shores offer waterfront living of unparalleled luxury, in exquisite four and five bedroom detached homes of the very highest standard. Part of one of the UK’s most prestigious and desirable developments, The Villas enjoy superb connections to London, the UK and the world, by road, rail, air and sea, with the capital less than two hours’ drive away.
Commanding an enviable location, right on the water’s edge, these unique executive homes all enjoy outstanding views from their balconies, terraces and rooftops, including the peaceful scenery of the Lymington River, the tranquility of the twin harbours, and the Solent with the Isle of Wight beyond.
Part of an exclusive, self contained community, yet within easy reach of historic Lymington town, the Villas offer a true escape; a personal paradise for you and your family, where location, luxury and lifestyle come together like nowhere else.
Lymington is a busy, bustling town with plenty to see and do and renowned for its connection with the sea. The town is a famous sailing resort and Olympian Ben Ainslie is a resident. There are two large marinas, and sailing clubs including the Royal Lymington Yacht Club – arguably Britain’s premier yachting establishment. The Solent is a hugely popular sailing area while Poole, Christchurch and Yarmouth harbours are all nearby. For beach lovers many of the UK’s best sandy beaches are a short car or boat ride away including Bournemouth, Mudeford, Sandbanks, Studland and those on the Isle of Wight. And inland is the beautiful and ancient New Forest – recently granted National Park status in recognition of its popularity as a destination for outdoor family leisure. Cycling is very popular along with horse riding, hiking and camping and the forest is home to several lakes which offer further water sport opportunities such as water skiing and dinghy sailing.
Fifteen primary schools and eight secondary schools are available in Lymington and the surrounding New Forest catchment area. Winchester, Salisbury and their surrounding areas are home to some of the most prestigious private schools in southern England including Winchester College, Salisbury Cathedral School, Farleigh, Godolphin and Chafyn Grove.
Lymington is home to an eclectic mix of shops including high street clothing companies, clothing boutiques, homeware and furnishings and antique shops. On Saturdays the High Street is taken over by an outdoor market which sells a wide range of goods including local produce, delicatessen goods, clothing, kitchen ware and gifts. For a wider selection of shopping, West Quay in Southampton is home to John Lewis, Marks and Spence, Apple Store, French Connection, Hollister, TM Lewin, Karen Millen and Waterstones. The cathedral cities of Winchester and Salisbury are within an hour’s drive, both excellent shopping venues famous for their outdoor markets, especially at Christmas time.
Lymington is home to the Isle of Wight ferry and consequently has superb road and rail connections to the rest of the UK. By road, London is just 2 hours away via the nearby M27 and M3 with onward connections via the M25 to the national road network. Many of England’s most famous coastal towns and cities are within an hours drive including Bournemouth, Poole, Christchurch, Southampton, Portsmouth and the Witterings. Lymington also sits on the edge of the New Forest National Park, most of which can be reached within one hour. The rail service at nearby Brockenhurst provides regular direct services to London and Weymouth aswell as direct cross country services to the midlands and Manchester. Bournemouth and Southampton airports are both within and hour by road and offer flights to many European cities and resorts aswell as internal flights to major UK cities.
The town of Lymington has all of the essential services including two doctors surgeries, a dentist, a chemist and an optician and the New Forest Hospital is located near to Lymington Shores on Wellworthy Road.