Lymington Road, Milford on Sea, Lymington, Hampshire
- Five bedroom detached period home set on three floors
- Views over Keyhaven towards the Solent & Isle of Wight
- Beautifully landscaped south facing garden with pool & pool house
- Sitting room, west conservatory & drawing room
- Kitchen/breakfast room & utility room
- Dining room & east conservatory
- Master bedroom with dressing room & two en suites
- Five bedrooms & six bathrooms in total
- Secure gated driveway with ample parking, double garage & stable
- Within easy walking distance of the village & beach
A church style oak framed entrance porch with Yorkstone flagged floor and double doors leads into the spacious entrance hall. The hallway enjoys oak flooring with access to the main reception rooms, an understairs cupboard and cloakroom to one side. To the right of the hall is the sitting room which benefits from a fitted wood burning stove, a built-in display shelving unit and French doors opening into the west conservatory. This conservatory overlooks the garden facing south with wood block flooring, electric heating and French doors opening out onto the garden. Adjacent is the drawing room. This double length room has bamboo flooring to one side, together with an open fireplace fitted with a Jetmaster fire and a bay window overlooking the garden. The second half of the drawing room has French doors opening out onto the patio and garden and is carpeted. An inner corridor, accessed from the hall, leads to the utility room where the plant room is located and this houses the Wolf gas fired boiler providing domestic hot water and central heating and two hot water tanks. There is also a Belfast sink and quarry tiled floor. Adjacent to this is a freezer room with fridge freezer, larder and shelving. A part leaded glass door gives access to the kitchen/breakfast room which is fitted with a comprehensive range of hand-built bespoke floor and wall mounted units with solid Canadian maple doors and oak fittings incorporating an integrated fridge, a four oven Aga with adjacent double gas hob, a twin bowl Belfast sink unit with mixer tap, a second fridge/freezer, and two dishwashers. The kitchen also enjoys limestone flooring, granite worktops and an island unit with oak worktop, concealed refuse compartments, and pull out shelving. Double doors then give access to the dining room. This lovely room has a triple aspect facing west north and east and is fitted with a gas log effect fire, oak flooring and French doors opening out onto the patio and garden. Also leading off from the kitchen/breakfast room via two sets of arched double doors is the east conservatory and this has a wood burning stove and brick arched chimney, strip wood flooring and views across the swimming pool and garden to the Isle of Wight and Solent. There is also a rear porch with stable door leading out to the driveway and ample coat hanging space.
An impressive staircase with two quarter turn landings and a bow window overlooking the front drive leads to the main landing which gives access to the main bedrooms. The master bedroom is on the east side and enjoys a double aspect facing east and south with lovely views of the Isle of Wight across fields over Keyhaven. The master bedroom also comprises a separate dressing room and two en suites. One is an en suite shower room with walk-in shower, low-level WC and vanity unit. Adjacent to this is an en suite bathroom with a pedestal mounted wash basin, low-level WC, bidet and bath with mixer taps and shower attachment. Leading off from the master bedroom, a bi-fold door gives access to the veranda which overlooks the garden. There is a walk-in linen room with racked shelving and a separate bathroom with panelled bath with shower attachment, low-level WC and wash basin. Bedroom two faces south with views over to the Isle of Wight and has strip wood flooring and an en suite shower room comprising low-level WC, pedestal mounted wash basin and shower cubicle. Bedroom three, on the west side of the house, is a double aspect room enjoying views over the garden with glimpses of the Isle of Wight, strip wood flooring and an en suite shower room with walk-in shower, pedestal mounted wash basin and low-level WC. Leading off the landing is a small study which can be used as an extra dressing room.
A separate staircase leads up to the second floor landing which has display cupboards and on the left is the fourth bedroom with dormer window and Velux window, together with an en suite shower room with low-level WC, pedestal mounted wash basin and shower cubicle. On the other side of the landing is bedroom five with built-in wardrobes, Velux windows and a dormer window to the north. From this room, further approaches to the Solent can be seen, with glimpses of Christchurch Bay and the Isle of Wight looking towards Tennyson Down.
The property is approached from Lymington Road via a pair of electrically operated gates with rendered pillars and a sweeping shingle driveway leading to the front door, ample parking area and access to the double garage and stable. The front garden is laid mainly to lawn interspersed with numerous shrubs and trees. There is a large garden shed and secondary storage adjacent to the double garage. The property is set well back from the road and has lovely gardens and grounds amounting to approximately 1 acre. The house was a former vicarage and enjoys a southerly aspect with a beautifully landscaped garden featuring a pond with bridge, stocked with a variety of fish. There is garden lighting and a pool house which overlooks the swimming pool, providing a shower and games room facility etc. This also houses the secondary water meter. The former tennis court is now laid to lawn and this is where the additional solar panels are positioned. This gives a lovely open aspect in a south easterly direction towards the Isle of Wight and Solent. There is also a built-in water garden irrigation system for the lawns.
Directions - From our office in the High Street proceed up into St Thomas Street joining the one way system in the left hand lane signposted Bournemouth and New Milton (A337). Follow this road along for approximately two miles and upon reaching the village of Everton shortly after the Hyundai garage turn left (B3058). Proceed along for just over one mile passing the Primary School and School Lane and the property will be found shortly along round the bend on the left hand side opposite The Old House and bus stop.
Services - All mains services are connected to the property.
Council Tax Band - G
EPC Rating - C
Lymington Road, Milford on Sea, Lymington, Hampshire
NEAREST STATIONSDistances are straight line measurements from the centre of the postcode
- Lymington Town Station3.1 miles
- Lymington Pier Station3.2 miles
- New Milton Station3.6 miles
About the agent
Caldwells is an independent estate agent based in Lymington and is proud to offer clients a truly personal, trustworthy and highly focused, professional property service. Because we are part of the fabric of the town, we have helped several generations of some families to move, and hope to continue to do so for many years to come.
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