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1 bedroom flat for sale

Pyrford Gardens, Belmore Lane, Lymington, Hampshire, SO41

Sold STC £140,000

Property Description

Key features

  • bedroom
  • bathroom
  • sitting room
  • kitchen
  • shared gardens
  • unallocated parking
  • guest suite for visitors
  • age restricted accommodation

Full description

Tenure: Leasehold

A purpose-built ground floor apartment designed for the over 55's, located in a tucked away setting south of the extensive facilities afforded by the renowned High Street, with the added benefit of a resident lady warden.

Fitted with a white suite comprised of a panelled bath with independent overhead Mira shower. Matching pedestal wash hand basin and low-level WC. Contrasting tiling to walls. Wall mounted Dimplex heater. Extractor fan.

Mains water, electricity and drainage are connected. The services and equipment remaining with the property have not been tested by John D Wood & Co. and we are unable to verify that they are in working order.

All items usually denominated as fixtures and fittings, apart from those mentioned specifically in these particulars, are excluded from the sale.

From the office continue up the high street turning left opposite the church into Church Lane. Continue down Church Lane taking the first turning on the right into Daniells Walk. Continue along Daniells wall until you come to the junction and then turn left onto Belmore Lane. The splayed entrance for Pyrford Gardens and Pyrford Mews will be seen set back on the left hand side identified by a cattle grid with its associated brick piers. Continue on up the rising drive where Pyrford Gardens will be seen directly ahead. There is undercover parking for visitors and residents on the right hand side.

Strictly By Appointment by John D Wood & Co.

Fitted with a range of store cabinets to both base and high level. Areas of open display shelving. Granite effect rolltop work surface incorporating a stainless steel single drainer sink with contrasting tiled splashbacks. Built-in appliances in the form of a Neff eye level oven, Neff 4 ring electric hob set under recirculatory canopy fan and base Neff fridge freezer.

Set to the garden side with an outlook over the communal gardens. Fitted with a range of partial wardrobe store cupboards one of which incorporates a pre-lagged hot water cylinder with fitter immersion heater.

Opening off a communal reception hall, the apartment provides for a south-facing gardenside sitting room with a useful conservatory, an adjacent kitchen, bedroom and bathroom. The apartment affords direct access to the surrounding well-stocked and surprisingly private communal gardens, maintained collectively on behalf of the residents under a maintenance contract. Approached off Belmore Lane over an impressive gated driveway, the apartment benefits from an area of unallocated parking to the fore. The residents of the purpose-built complex have the use of a communal lounge and laundry room with a Guest Suite for visitors A block paved canopy storm porch with twin glazed doors opens to:

With informal seating areas. Glazed door to:

Panelled door to:

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A fine reception room with an outlook the maintained communal gardens. Wide shallow bay window to the side. Entry phone system with Group Call II monitor. Glazed casement door with side panel opens to:

Of brick construction incorporating wood effect glazed uPVC panels surmounted by a pitched glazed roof. Glazed double doors open to the maintained communal gardens to side.

The Georgian market town of Lymington has a wide range of shops and boutiques, as well as having the benefit of excellent sailing facilities including two large marinas, a number of chandleries and moorings on the river and at the Town Quay for visiting Yachtsmen. Every Saturday there is a Charter Market which runs the entire length of the High Street. Lymington offers a branch line link to the Forest village of Brockenhurst (approximately 15 minutes), which is some 5 miles to the north by road, which in turn offers a mainline fast link to London (Waterloo 90 minutes approximately). Junction 1 of the M27 lies 12 miles to the north, and links with the M3 for access to London. Miles of open forest suitable for riding and walking can be accessed at Bull Hill, Pilley or the nearby hamlets of Norleywood and East End.

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Added on Rightmove:
28 April 2017

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