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4 bedroom town house for sale


Sold STC £569,950

Property Description

Key features

  • Detached townhouse
  • Bright and airy kitchen/breakfast room
  • Large sitting room
  • Three double bedrooms and one single.
  • En-suite shower room and family bathroom
  • In all approximately 145.2 sq m (1563 sq ft)
  • Southerly facing garden
  • Garage and off road parking

Full description

Tenure: Freehold

A beautifully presented modern townhouse built in 2010 located in a small, quiet cul de sac. Chain free.

Hall, study, cloakroom, sitting room, kitchen/breakfast room, utility room, 4 bedrooms, one with en suite shower room and dressing room and family bathroom.
Garage, driveway and gardens

In all approximately 145.2 sq m (1563 sq ft)

The main features of this delightful property include:

A bright and airy kitchen/breakfast room with French doors onto the garden.

A large sitting room with feature fireplace and plenty of light from the two sets of French doors onto the garden.

Three double bedrooms and a good sized single bedroom. The main suite has the benefit of a dressing room and a shower room.

From the first floor there are glimpses of Buckland Rings, an Iron Age Hill Fort.

Southerly facing rear garden.

Solar panels feed the hot water cylinders to keep the running costs down.

The property is sited in one of the best locations in the cul de sac with parking to the front and side.

The property is within easy reach of Lymington High Street which hosts doctors surgeries, dentists, pharmacies and a large range of shops, supermarkets, restaurants and pubs. It is also within walking distance of Lymington Town Quay and Lymington Marinas.

The property is within the catchment of Lymington Infant and Junior School. Walhampton, an independant day and boarding school, is within a short drive away

Lymington is an historic Georgian market town, sitting midway between Southampton and Bournemouth on the southern border of the New Forest, overlooking the Solent.

A local rail link runs to the main line station of Brockenhurst connecting to London Waterloo (under two hours away).

Junction 1 of the M27 motorway is approximately 12 miles away.

Open Porch Entrance:
Composite front door leads to:

Staircase rising to the first floor. Understairs storage cupboards.

Sitting Room:
Dual aspect room with two sets of double glazed doors to the rear garden. Feature wall mounted electric fire with pebble effect and operated by remote control.

Square bay window to front.

Suite of low level wc and pedestal wash hand basin.

Kitchen/Breakfast Room:
Light and airy room with units made by Howdens. Range of floor and wall units with recessed lighting under and Corian worktops with a peninsular unit dividing the kitchen from the dining room. Fitted Neff four ring gas hob with stainless steel splashback and matching extractor fan, built in Neff microwave, electric oven, fridge freezer and Blanco one and a quarter stainless steel sink unit with mixer tap. Wall mounted boiler.

The breakfast area has a square bay window overlooking the rear garden and double doors to the outside. Door to:

Utility Room:
With similar units to the kitchen and a fitted stainless steel sink unit. Plumbing for a washing machine and tumble drier.

Access to roof void. Airing cupboard with lighting and shelving.

Bedroom 1:
With glimpses of Buckland Rings. Doors to en suite shower room and dressing room.

En suite shower room:
Obscured window to front. Suite comprising low level wc, twin wash hand basin with cupboard under and tiled and glazed shower cubicle with Grohe fitments.

Dressing Room:
Obscured window to front. Fitted wardrobe cupboards with mirrors to two of the units.

Bedroom 2:
Views towards Buckland Rings. Range of fitted wardrobe.

Bedroom 3:
View to front.

Bedroom 4:
View to the front of the property.

Obscured window to the rear. Suite comprising low level wc, wash hand basin with cupboard under and mirror with shaver light above, panelled bath with Grohe fitments and glass screen.

Metal up and over entrance door. Personal door to the garden. Light and power. Some boarding provides flooring for roof storage.

Front Elevation
The property sits in a small cul de sac of similar townhouses with the gardens lying mainly to the rear.

The southerly facing garden comprises a patio dining area, raised beds of shrubs and plants, and an area of lawn. Side gate to driveway.

Services and Council Tax:
Mains electricity, gas, water and drainage. Council tax band: F

From our offices head to the one way system and bear right in the direction of Brockenhurst on the A337 (Southampton Road). Continue along Southampton Road passing through the traffic lights and over the mini roundabout. Proceed to the next roundabout and take the second exit onto Marsh Lane. Ambrose Corner is the first turning on the left hand side and number 2 is located on the left hand side.

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Listing History

Added on Rightmove:
18 November 2016

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