A beautifully presented and spacious four/ five bedroom family home centrally located in the popular village of Sway. The property is within easy walking distance of amenities and the mainline train station.
On entering the property there is a good sized entrance porch leading through to the main reception room with wooden parquet flooring, bay window and red brick open fireplace.
To the right leads into an oak floored study / office which can be used as a fifth bedroom as required.
The impressive kitchen offers a vast entertaining space with adjoining dining area and living space plus attractive wood burning stove. This open plan room measures 13m in length and has a fantastic sense of light and space with Velux windows, high ceilings, an oak truss, large windows to the rear and bi-fold doors leading out to the rear paved patio area. The kitchen is fully equipped with integrated washing machine, dishwasher and wine chiller, plus Belfast sink and double gas oven and hob.
There is a well sized further reception room off the front living room which offers versatile accommodation and could be used as further living space or a room for the children. This room benefits from a 'nook' which not only is the ideal location for sleepy pets, but also has walled TV aerial and sockets perfect for kids TV or the Xbox. The downstairs bathroom is accessed from this room plus there is a direct route to the garden via French doors out to the paved patio area.
The first floor enjoys high ceilings, plentiful storage space and has four good sized double bedrooms and an attractive family bathroom with walk-in luxury 'Raindance' shower. The four bedrooms are all very bright and airy.
Outside there is a driveway with a log store and side access on both sides of the house to the rear garden. The rear garden is a good size and offers a small stream to the rear. It is mostly laid to lawn with mature borders and steps to the patio area.
Pets considered. Council tax band E
Sway is a lovely village in the New Forest offering plentiful local amenities and mainline trains to London Waterloo and Weymouth (via Bournemouth and Poole.) The open forest is moments away and the village is home to an Ofsted Outstanding Primary School. Beaches are only a short drive away as are the wine bars and restaurants of the delightful Georgian yachting town of Lymington.
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