7 bedroom detached house for saleRingwood
Guide Price £1,795,000
- Pretty country home
- Delightful kitchen/breakfast room opening to conservatory/family room.
- 7 bedrooms
- Landscaped formal gardens
- Outbuildings including barn & stabling
- Rural location
- In all about 17 acres
A very pretty country house full of charm and character. Situated in a rural yet not isolated location in the New Forest National Park. Gardens and grounds amounting to about 17 acres in all.
Hurn Farm enjoys a lovely setting almost at the end of a private road, surrounded by its garden and paddocks. In recent years the house has been extended and improved by the present owners with particular attention being paid to the gardens, which are a major feature of this property. Additionally, the paddocks immediately adjoining the house along with the gardens have been carefully enclosed with fencing to exclude deer and rabbits. Naturally, Hurn Farm is likely to be of particular interest to the equestrian with its multiple paddocks, manège, field shelters and the substantial range of outbuildings including period barn, tack room, stabling and access onto the best outriding in the South of England.
Hurn Farm enjoys perhaps one of the most prestigious addresses in the area within the New Forest National Park. The market town of Ringwood is about 2 miles offering an excellent range of facilities to include shops, schools for all ages (both state and private), leisure facilities, restaurants and public houses. There is fast and easy access to the centres of Bournemouth and Poole, whilst to the east via the A31/M27 to Southampton and Portsmouth and with the M3 to the north to Winchester and London. The New Forest National Park offers tremendous facilities for those with equestrian and walking pursuits, whilst the sailing facilities at Poole and Lymington are also within easy reach.
WC and wash hand basin.
7.06m (23ft 2in) x 4.17m (13ft 8in). Windows to rear and side. Double doors to garden.
4.47m (14ft 8in) to chimney breast x 3.61m (11ft 10in). Window to rear.
7.14m (23ft 5in) x 3.35m (11ft 10in). Window to front.
5.21m (17ft 1in) x 3.96m (13ft 4in). Three sets of double doors to garden.
3.48m (11ft 5in) x 2.18m (7ft 2in). Door to front.
Guest Bedroom/Bedroom 7:
3.63m (11ft 11in) x 2.62m (8ft 7in) maximum. Double doors to rear. Door to:
En-suite Shower Room:
Window to side. Suite comprising of WC, wash hand basin and shower.
4.32m (14ft 2in) x 3.76m (12ft 4in). Window to front and side. Doors leading to dressing room and:
Window to rear. Suite comprising of WC, wash hand basin and shower.
Window to rear.
5.13m (16ft 10in) x 4.14m (13ft 7in). Windows to rear.
4.24m (13ft 11in) x 3.63m (11ft 11in). Window to rear.
3.58m (11ft 9in) x 2.34m (7ft 8in). Window to front. Door to:
Window to side. Suite comprising WC, wash hand basin and roll top bath.
Bedroom 5 :
3.15m (10ft 4in) x 2.08m (6ft 10in). Windows to front and side.
2.79m (9ft 2in) x 2.62m (8ft 7in) narrowing to 1.3m (4ft 3in) Windows to front and side.
Window to rear. Suite comprising WC, wash hand basin and bath.
The property is approached via electric gates over a gravel driveway leading to the garage and period barn, which has a mezzanine floor that could be suitable for use as a playroom. A separate access to one side of the barn leads to the stable yard at the rear. There is an area of garden to the front of the house overlooking the two principal paddocks. To the rear, and to the south, of the house is a lovely formal terraced garden flanked by tall hedges and with an attractive ornamental pond.
The equestrian facilities are principally arranged around a stableyard and comprise a tack room within part of the period barn and 6 stables/loose boxes.
To the east of the formal gardens, and approached by a gravelled road from the yard, is a sand and rubber manège.
Attractive weatherboard elevations with a verandah across the front over double entance doors leading to the Home Office, which interconnects with an inner office or occasional bedroom with a shower room en-suite.
Stable Yard 2
Services and Council Tax:
Mains electricity, water, oil fired central heating and sewage treatment plant drainage. New Forest District Council - Band G £2, 452.90 payable 2010/2011.
Head west on the A31. At Picket Post pass the Burley turn and take the next slip road signed Hightown. Follow this lane until Forest Lane is seen on the left hand side. Continue down Forest Lane for about 1/2 a mile where Hurn Farm will be found with its entrance on the left hand side of the lane.
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