6 bedroom detached house for saleUndershore Road, Lymington, Hampshire, SO41
Guide Price £1,950,000
- 6 bedrooms
- 4 bath/shower rooms (2 en suite)
- sitting room
- family room
- kitchen/breakfast room
- 2 bedroom cottage
- 1 bedroom barn
The main house has 6 bedrooms, 4 bathrooms and 3 reception rooms and is arranged over 3 floors. In addition, there is a 2 bedroom cottage and 1 bedroom barn offering further accommodation for elderly parents or teenagers. Alternatively, these can be rented out to generate a second income stream of around £30,000 per annum. Geographically, the property caters for outstanding privacy, as it is located off the main road, however the owners can also enjoy the luxury of being moments away from the amenities which Lymington has to offer.
ACCOMMODATION IN MORE DETAIL
Painted wood panelled door opening through to:
Flagstone style floor covering. Wide stairwell with kick lighting ascending to the first floor. Feature angled bay to fore. Double doors opening through to:
A well lit dual aspect reception room with twin projecting bays to fore and side, one having a characteristic window box seat. Angled fireplace incorporating a register style grate with a simple carved rustic wood surround. Recessed ceiling lights. Exposed natural wood floor.
A naturally well lit reception room with feature projecting bay to fore enjoying a fine outlook incorporating characteristic window box seating with storage. Exposed natural wood floor. Wall mounted thermostat control. Full height glazed casements to side affording a fine open outlook across adjacent farmland. Return double doors to:
Glazed window to side overlooking circular block paved seating terrace and gardens with the backdrop of farmland. Rubberised floor. Recessed ceiling lights. Access to a deep cloaks store cupboard. Double doors opening through to dining room. Further panelled door through to:
A substantial style area suitable for cloaks hanging, with a flagstone style floor. Double doors opening to:
BOILER STORE ROOM
A drying room ideal for sails etc., incorporating a Grafton oil fired boiler for heating and hot water requirements throughout the property, together with a pre-lagged tank. Recessed ceiling lights.
Suite comprised of low-level WC with concealed cistern and contemporary Duravit wash hand basin. Flagstone style floor. Recessed ceiling lights.
A naturally well lit through room with contemporary rubberised style floor. Recessed ceiling lights throughout.
Ample unobstructed area suitable for informal dining. Glazed double doors opening to a circular block paved seating terrace with gardens beyond.
ON THE FIRST FLOOR
A naturally well lit dual aspect room affording a fine outlook to the fore across the adjacent farmland. Characteristic projecting bay to fore. Recessed ceiling lights.
A Juliet style balcony affording a fine outlook across farmland. 2 wall light points.
A fine walk-in dressing room with extensive areas of open hanging and shelving. Recessed ceiling lights. Door to:
EN SUITE BATHROOM
Fitted with a white suite comprised of a bath set in a traditional wooden surround, with matching his-and-hers Duravit contemporary wash basins, areas of open display shelving in the form of alcoves above and matching low-level WC with concealed cistern. Further open area of display shelving. Separate mosaic tiled enclosed shower cubicle. Heated chromium ladder style towel rail. Recessed ceiling lights. Extractor fan.
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.
The property is approached off the lane over a broad gated gravelled driveway which provides ample unobstructed parking suitable for numerous vehicles. The gardens are designed for ease of maintenance, laid to sweeping tracts of well maintained lawn set behind ornamental banks lined with an array of seasonal bulbs. The gardens to the fore afford both privacy and seclusion with a fine outlook incorporating a number of mature trees with deep ornamental borders. Adjacent to the property is a brick edged circular gravelled pathway running around the property with ornamental borders linking to a substantial brick edged circular block-paved SEATING TERRACE which enjoys a fine outlook. To the rear of the property are further areas of parking linking the cottage and the barn with the gardens that on all sides abut tracts of open farmland. The gardens are laid to sweeping areas of easily maintained lawn incorporating a number of specimen shrubs in the form of camellias provid (truncated)
A substantial workshop of timber construction under a mono pitched metal roof that provides for a tractor store and workshop. 2 further timber built GARDEN STORES under a pitched mineralised felt roof.
Mains water and electricity. Oil fired heating (serving 2 units from independent boilers). Private drainage (Bio Pure system installed 2012). LPG boiler in barn. 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
FIXTURES & FITTINGS
All items usually denominated as fixtures and fittings, apart from those mentioned specifically in these particulars, are excluded from the sale.
From Lyminton continue on down the High Street, bearing left into Gosport Street. At the mini-roundabout turn right and drive out over the causeway crossing the Lymington River. Follow the road round to the left taking the first turn off on the left with the lane running alongside the river where the property will be seen in a stand alone setting on the right hand side.
Strictly By Appointment by John D Wood & Co.
Recessed ceiling light. Access to overhead roof void. Wall mounted thermostat control. Door to:
Recessed ceiling lights.
Fitted with a modern white suite comprised of a low-level WC with concealed cistern, together with a wall mounted wash hand basin with illuminated mirrored mosaic tiled relief. Walk-in tiled double shower cubicle with glazed side screens and areas of open display shelving to side. Recessed ceiling lights.
Of timber construction surmounted by a pitched tiled roof. Stable style door opening through to:
Feature vaulted ceiling with exposed beamwork. Several wall light points. Exposed wooden floor.
A simple kitchen area fitted with a range of pull-out base store cupboards under surrounding wood block effect worksurfaces with contrasting tiled relief. Inset single drainer stainless steel sink with monoblock tap. Space for washing machine. Unobstructed seating DINING AREA.
With overhead roof void. Storage provided above bedroom. Door to:
EN SUITE SHOWER ROOM
Suite comprised of a low-level WC with contemporary oblong style wall-mounted wash basin with tiled relief and monoblock tap. Self-contained tiled shower cubicle. Whitened ceiling with corresponding beamwork. Recessed downlighting. Ladder style towel rail.
Exposed ceiling beamwork. Recessed ceiling lights. Deep wardrobe store cupboard incorporating a Worcester LPG gas combi boiler for heating and hot water requirements.
A fine vaulted ceiling with access to extensive areas of eaves storage.
Fitted with a white suite comprised of a panelled bath set in a contemporary style mosaic surround with contemporary Duravit wash hand basin and low-level WC with concealed cistern. Separate mosaic tiled enclosed double shower cubicle with glazed side screens. Contrasting painted wood panelling to dado height throughout. Extractor fan. Recessed ceiling lights. Areas of recessed open display shelving.
Space and plumbing for washing machine and tumble dryer set under a worksurface incorporating a single drainer Franke sink with monoblock tap with a range of base store cupboards under. Further obscure glazed shelved store cabinets for linen storage. Recessed ceiling lights. Extractor fan. Contemporary rubberised style floor.
ON THE SECOND FLOOR
A fine vaulted ceiling with access to extensive areas of eaves storage.
A single room situated to the rear of the property affording a fine outlook across the adjacent farmland. Fitted with a range of part shelved wardrobe store cupboards to one wall with an adjacent vanity area incorporating a range of base store cupboards.
Fitted with a range of part shelved wardrobe store cupboards with an adjacent vanity area with a range of base store cupboards. Access to various areas of eaves storage.
Bedrooms 6 and 7 could be combined to provide for a sizeable suite.
A detached cottage with double glazed doors leading to:
A fine through room with recessed ceiling lights.
Ample unobstructed seating area for dining. Access to useful utility store cupboard. Door through to
Recessed ceiling lights. Access to a deep shelved linen store cupboard.
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