Renaissance Mews by Pennyfarthing

Grove Road, Lymington, SO41

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Overview

Renaissance Mews

Renaissance Mews is located in the highly sought after central south of the High Street part of the exclusive Georgian market town of Lymington. It is located within walking distance of the High Street, Town Quay and the river with its two marinas as well as the Royal Lymington Yacht Club, Lymington Town Sailing Club and Lymington Rowing Club.

This development is sure to become one of the town's most desirable developments and will comprise; eight terraced two or three story town houses, a pair of semi-detached houses, a detached house, where each will enjoy a private garden and a further pair of town houses with a private balcony each. Every plot will have garaging/a carport and/or allocated parking.

The homes at this development are currently planned to start to be ready from late summer 2016 with the remainder of the construction works expected to be completed in late 2016/early 2017.
  1. Walking distance of The High Street
  2. Private garden
  3. Parking and or garaging to each plot
  4. South of the High Street location

Location

Location

Grove Road, Lymington, SO41

Local Information

Leisure Facilities

There are many activities and attractions in and around the thriving English market town of Lymington to keep the new home owner amused.

Lymington, with its sheltered harbour is one of the busiest and most popular yacht havens in the South with 2 local marinas and 2 sailing clubs. The nearby sea water baths built in 1833 are a special swimming experience, plus there is a very active rowing club.

Boat trips from Lymington include ferry trips to Yarmouth on the Isle of Wight and cruises from Lymington to Town Quay in Southampton. Diving boats operate from the Harbour Masters pontoon and the keen water sports person can charter ribs, yachts and hire kayaks from Lymington.

Lymington old town is a lovely place of cobbled streets and Georgian houses. The church of St Thomas the Apostle is partly 13th Century, but has a fine cupola-topped tower built in 1600 and Georgian galleries built on thin Tuscan columns.

Every Saturday the Charter Market is held in the High Street.

A wide selection of English and Continental restaurants, cafes and pubs offering home cooking or haute cuisine.

On the Southern edge of the beautiful New Forest, residents of Lymington are able to enjoy all the activities that the Forest offers within very easy reach. Walking, horse riding and cycling are all hugely popular activities with many miles of well-posted designated trails for cyclists throughout the New Forest.

Other Attractions: The New Forest is also host to many more attractions including the National Motor Museum in Beaulieu, Exbury Gardens, and Calshot Activities Centre which offers all kinds of water-based activities and amongst others, abseiling, archery and cycling.

Other local places of interest (especially for those with children) in the outlying area include Paultons Park in Romsey, the Countryside Education Trust in Beaulieu, Ten Pin Bowling and Cinemas in Southampton, not forgetting the indoor activity centres in Southampton and Romsey for younger children on rainy days.

Local Shopping

Living in Lymington; a Retail Expert's dream! Where other English High Streets are in decline, Lymington boasts a wealth of exciting independent shops, galleries and eateries.

Enjoy a selection of turn of the century and contemporary art, browse the antique and second-hand Emporia or the one-off boutiques. Choose from fine jewellers or contemporary artisan craft stores with interesting and original home interior ranges and eclectic gifts.

Lymington also hosts a popular Charter Market every Saturday, with a rich variety of stalls selling everything from woodcrafts to olives.

Various Fairs and markets are regularly held in the Masonic Hall, table sales are held most weeks in Lymington Church Hall and there are fortnightly furniture and house clearance sales held in the Auction Rooms.

There is a good and varied selection of restaurants, cafes and pubs in Lymington catering for most palates; fresh seafood, traditional and continental cuisine feature predominantly.

Lymington has three supermarket chains represented within the town centre, a bus service also operates to the larger out of town supermarket in Stanford Hill.

There are nine car parks in central Lymington. All offer disabled spaces with long and short stay parking. The New Forest District Council also operates a parking clock scheme for residents and visitors. These can be obtained from the Tourist Office in New St Lymington or on-line.

Education

Moving to a new area can cause some trepidation when selecting new schools for your children. Lymington has a good selection of state schools, 6 of the 9 achieving good to outstanding in their last Ofsted reports. Lymington has six Primary, 2 Junior and Priestlands, Lymington’s Secondary School.

Priestlands is a highly regarded school with an excellent reputation and achieved a wonderful report in its last Ofsted inspection in 2008. "The overall educational experience offered to students at Priestlands is outstanding. This is because all students are helped to achieve extremely well and to participate fully in the wider life of school and the community".

If you desire a private education for your child, Lymington is lucky to be served by three superior preparatory schools, all of which achieved Outstanding Ofted status: Hordle Walhampton in Lymington, Durlston Court in Barton on Sea and, the Ballard School in New Milton, which educates to Senior level.

Transport Links

The nearby village of Brockenhurst provides a mainline railway station with a direct connection to London Waterloo in approximately 90 minutes.

Nearest stations:

National Train Station logo Lymington Town (0.4 miles)
National Train Station logo Lymington Pier (0.4 miles)
National Train Station logo Sway (3.7 miles)

Distances are straight line measurements from centre of postcode

Properties

Specifications

Kitchen/Breakfast Room

Quality Madison shaker style painted units designed and fully fitted by specialists, with slow close cabinet doors and integrated stainless steel appliances, A or A+ rated, from Neff (or other similar quality brand), including:
  • Single oven
  • Integrated combination microwave
  • Gas hob with glass splashback
  • Wine cooler
  • 1 warming drawer
  • Integrated dishwasher
  • Integrated fridge/freezer
  • Extractor
  • Quartz worktops with upstand (Solid oak in Plot 9)
  • 1.5 bowl sink with stainless steel mixer
  • LED under cabinet lighting
  • Chrome electrical fittings
  • Ceramic floor tiling to kitchen/breakfast room
  • Plinth lights

    Utility Room
  • Single bowl sink
  • Laminate worktop with upstand
  • Chrome electrical fittings
  • Space for free standing washing machine
  • Space for free standing tumble dryer
  • Plots 5 & 9 have space and plumbing for a combined washer/dryer
  • Ceramic floor tiling

    Bath and Shower Rooms
  • Luxury white suites complemented by chrome fittings, plus:
  • Floor and half height ceramic wall tiling (full height around the bath & in the shower cubicle)
  • Vanity sink units
  • Heated towel rails
  • Illuminated mirrors with demister
  • Shaver points
  • Water efficient push button toilets with concealed cistern
  • Soft close toilet seats
  • Bath with either an inset retractable shower head or a separate shower attachment

    Heating and Water Systems
  • Under floor heating to the ground floor with radiators upstairs (Plots 9 & 10 have radiators to all floors)
  • Energy efficient condensing boiler from Worcester
  • Programmable thermostats throughout
  • Worcester un-vented hot water storage cylinder incorporating immersion heater
  • dMEV which provides continuous mechanical extraction.

    Lighting and Electrical Fittings
    Co-ordinating chrome finish lighting points and electrical fittings provided in ample quantity throughout, plus:
  • Automated lighting system to living room, kitchen, hall, bedrooms 1 & 2 and en suites 1 & 2 (where applicable)
  • LED downlights and/or pendants to all rooms
  • Aerial point for digital TV and Satellite to living room, kitchen/breakfast room (where open plan there will be one point for all areas), and all bedrooms
  • Sky+ to living room and bedrooms 1 and 2
  • Telephone point to living room, hall and bedrooms 1, 2 & 4
  • Security alarm
  • Outside lighting to patios, external bollards

    Finishing Touches
  • Oak faced doors complemented by chrome lever handles
  • Timber stairs with glass balustrade and oak handrail
  • Moulded architraves with co-ordinated skirting boards
  • Flat-plastered ceilings
  • Built-in wardrobes to bedrooms 1 and 2 offering substantial storage
  • Gas and electric points for fire in the living room
  • Carpets

    Externally
  • Quality UPVC double glazed windows and external doors to Plots 11, 12 & 13. All other Plots will have timber window frames with double glazing. (Bi-fold doors are aluminium)
  • Turf to front and rear gardens
  • Block paving to driveways
  • Paving slabs to pathways and patios
  • Garaging/carport and/or allocated parking

    Guarantee
  • Each new Pennyfarthing property has a 10 year NHBC Buildmark Warranty
  • About Developer

    Pennyfarthing

    Pennyfarthing are one of the largest privately owned housebuilders in the New Forest area and have been building quality homes for over 40 years.

    Quality workmanship, materials and low maintenance are always key factors in any Pennyfarthing development and more often than not bespoke designs are used that are carefully considered to provide a comfortable but practical home.

    Specifications vary for each development but Pennyfarthing new homes invariably have the benefit of a 10-year NHBC Buildmark warranty.

    Our commitment to quality in new housing has been demonstrated by the fact that the company and its staff have been nominated and in many cases won numerous national and regional awards over the years from both within the House Building sector as well general business awards include at; The NHBC Pride in Job Awards, The What House Awards, the UK Property Awards, The Solent Business Awards, The South Coast Property Awards etc.

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