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Ramley Road, Pennington, Lymington, SO41

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Spencers Of The New Forest, Lymington

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Tenure: Freehold

Positioned within the New Forest National Park and surrounded by 2.2 acres of beautifully maintained gardens and grounds this delightful Arts & Crafts house combines a superb rural location within easy reach of Lymington's High Street and Marinas as well as the open spaces of the New Forest and beautiful Hampshire coastline. There is extensive accommodation extending to over 2,500 sq ft with a south westerly aspect overlooking the gardens which contain a swimming pool, pool house, double garage, outbuilding and hard tennis court. EPR D

Occupying a glorious position in the New Forest National Park this charming character property sits centrally in its land and is surrounded by beautiful gardens with open paddock land to the south and west. Ideally situated for the coast, Forest and the facilities of Lymington, all aspects of the area's enviable lifestyle are on the doorstep. Communications are excellent with direct trains from Brockenhurst (6 miles) to London Waterloo running twice an hour and take approximately 1h 45m.

Believed to date from 1922 this charming Arts & Crafts house was painstakingly built with careful attention paid to architectural detailing both inside and out. The rooms are very well proportioned with high ceilings and the accommodation extends to just over 2,500 square feet. Although the house sits within the New Forest National Park, we believe extension since 1982 has been minimal and, subject to planning permission, we believe the possibility exists to further extend. Many period features remain including exposed beams and fireplaces which provide delightful character that will remain should a buyer conduct a programme of updating which would now be beneficial. The thatch was replaced relatively recently.

On the ground floor there is a sitting room with fireplace, sliding doors opening onto the garden and an adjoining conservatory. There is also a dining room with a door to a loggia where the outer walls, formerly open, have been glazed to create a pleasant second conservatory overlooking the garden. There is a well fitted kitchen breakfast room opening onto a large back hall with ample storage, a utility room and separate wc. There are also two small studies and a bathroom on the ground floor. 

Upstairs there are three double bedrooms, all with built in wardrobes, a recently updated family bathroom and a separate loo.

The house sits well set back from the road and surrounded by its own gardens and grounds extending to approximately 2.2 acres. The gravel drive leads through wildflower lawns with mature apple trees to a large turning and parking area adjacent to the house and detached double garage. The drive continues to the east leading to a large detached mower shed and store room which has the potential to be improved and made into a studio room or home office if required. At this end of the drive is a further gated access to the road which is now somewhat overgrown but could potentially be reinstated.

To the east of the house is a kitchen garden and beautiful hard tennis court which is fenced and appears to be in excellent condition. Beyond the court is an enclosed and sheltered outdoor swimming pool with a solar powered heating system and detached pool house complete with living room, two changing rooms and bathroom.

The gardens extend to the south west with a well planned and mature lawn walk extending through beautiful flower beds flanked by tall hedges. The formal gardens extend to the west and are laid to lawn with well spaced mature trees. At the far end of the garden is a more informal area which is separated from the main gardens by long established hedges and could be used as a paddock if required.


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Ramley Road, Pennington, Lymington, SO41


Distances are straight line measurements from the centre of the postcode
  • Lymington Town Station1.6 miles
  • Sway Station2.3 miles
  • Lymington Pier Station2.0 miles
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Spencers Of The New Forest, Lymington

74 High Street, Lymington, SO41 9AL

Spencers Of The New Forest, Lymington

Spencers of the New Forest was formed in 2010, following the merger of two very successful businesses in the villages of Burley and Brockenhurst. Later that year we opened the doors of our office in the heart of the market town of Ringwood, and most recently the beautiful coastal town of Lymington.

We have quickly developed a reputation as an honest and professional Estate Agents and continue to grow from strength to strength. Being an independent agent, client service drives everything

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