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3 bedroom detached house for sale

SPECTACULAR GARDENS APPROX. 1.3 ACRES - Brownhill Road, Wootton, New Milton, Hampshire

Sold STC £975,000

Property Description

Key features

  • Porch, reception hall & cloakroom
  • Sitting room
  • Study & separate dining room
  • Kitchen/dining/family room
  • Three bedrooms
  • Two bathrooms (one en suite)
  • Substantial detached double garage
  • Stable block with mower shed, additional workshop & store, greenhouse & pottting shed
  • Superb grounds
  • No forward chain

Full description

Tenure: Freehold

An arched entrance porch and front door leads to the L-shaped reception hall which has the stairs leading up to the first floor, and a glazed door to the right leading to the sitting room. This rooms enjoys a dual aspect to the front and rear with a superb Minsterstone fireplace with an open grate. A further door from the reception hall gives access to the study which overlooks the main driveway, and adjacent to this there is a separate dining room which also enjoys outlooks to the front aspect. A door at one end of the dining room leads through to a lobby with a cloakroom which is fully tiled. There is a further archway leading through to the kitchen/dining/family room enjoying a triple aspect and this is fitted with a full range of base, drawer and cupboard units incorporating an inset one and a half bowl single drainer sink, an integrated dishwasher and integrated double oven with hob over and extractor above, together with an adjacent refrigerator. There is also a matching range of wall mounted storage cupboards and a seating area to one side with a tiled recess with an inset substantial wood burning stove and a part glazed door giving access to the rear terrace.

On the first floor landing there is a window to the rear and doors leading to the bedrooms. The master bedroom is a good size room with built-in wardrobes and a large window overlooking the front garden and having views over paddocks beyond. The room enjoys an en suite bathroom with panelled bath, WC, bidet and pedestal wash hand basin together with a window to the rear. Bedroom two is also a very good size double room with two windows again overlooking the front aspect. Bedroom three has built-in cupboards with airing cupboard at one end and also overlooks the front aspect. There is a family bathroom fitted with a matching suite comprising panelled bath, shower attachment, pedestal wash basin and WC, together with two windows overlooking the rear.

From the lane, a pair of brick pillars and cattle grid leads to a gravelled parking area in front of the substantial detached double garage which has automatically controlled up-and-over doors to the front together with windows to the side and rear, and personal door to the rear, as well as power and light connected. Outside the garage is the oil storage tank (central heating) and adjacent to this is a brick built building divided into two useful stores, both having light and power connected. A further five bar gate provides access to a gravelled driveway with parking and turning area immediately adjacent to the front of the house, together with brick paved herringbone pathways leading round to a raised terrace adjacent to the kitchen/dining/family room. The gardens are an undoubted feature of the house having been meticulously maintained with large areas of manicured lawns, interspersed with numerous flower and shrub borders which are stocked with a varierty of flowering shrubs, plants, specimen bushes and trees with hedging and wire fencing running along the front boundaries. A further gate provides access to a concrete apron with secondary stable block which has two brick built stables with a large canopy and pitched roof. There is also a good size mower shed and all of above have light connected. The gardens continue to the rear of the property with further expansive areas of lawn which are also bordered by wire fencing, mature trees and hedging as well as several mature well stocked raised beds. To one side is a brick built greenhouse with glazed windows and glazed roof, together with a mature grapevine, and at one end there are double doors giving access to a separate potting shed, also having glazed windows and glazed roof, power and light.

The property sits in delightful and beautifully maintained grounds which extend to approximately 1.3 acres in total and viewing of this property is very highly recommended by the Vendor's agents.

Directions - From our office in Lymington, proceed out into St Thomas Street joining the one way system and turning right, following the road out of Lymington onto Southampton Road. Bear left just after the Monkey House along Sway Road. Continue along this road past Gordleton Mill and on reaching the mini roundabout turn right. Continue to the end of this road, turning right and then take the first left proceeding through the village of Tiptoe. On reaching The Rising Sun, bear right and continue along this road for approximately one mile and turning right into Brownhills Road. Continue along the road for approximately a quarter of a mile where the property will be found on the left hand side.

Services - Mains water and electricity are connected. The central heating is oil fired and the property has a private drainage system.

Council Tax Band - G

EPC Rating - F

Listing History

Added on Rightmove:
10 June 2016


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