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6 bedroom detached house for sale

Netley Lodge Close, Netley Abbey, Southampton

Guide Price £1,500,000

Property Description

Key features

  • 5,437 sq ft
  • 4 Reception rooms, conservatory
  • Kitchen/breakfast room, cellar
  • 6 Bedrooms, 3 en suites
  • Bathroom
  • Triple garage, outbuildings
  • Swimming pool
  • Gardens & grounds of about 6.48 acres

Full description

Tenure: Freehold

This impressive Grade II Listed house was built in the 16th Century on the site of the farmhouse which once served Netley Abbey, using materials from the 13th Century Abbey following its dissolution by Henry VIII. It is believed that the front door, which bears religious inscriptions, much of the stonework and the mullion window in the drawing room (an early 19th Century addition) all originate from the Abbey. Netley Lodge, following extensive refurbishment and redecoration, is a stunning family home, full of character and retaining many original features including flagstones, oak boards, chamfered beams, horizontal sliding window shutters and impressive fireplaces. This flexible, light and airy accommodation is arranged over two floors with an attic and cellar, making this an ideal family home of just under 5,500 sq ft.

The generous and well-presented ground floor accommodation flows from the welcoming reception hall, comprising a spacious double aspect drawing room with wooden parquet flooring, stone fireplace and a bay window, flowing into a stunning glazed Amdega conservatory with wooden floor and French doors to the gardens. The ground floor also boasts a large dining room with feature brick fireplace, quarry tiled floor and original beams, overlooking the front, an adjoining good-sized den/study and a library with a useful cloakroom and French doors to the gardens.

The well-proportioned kitchen/breakfast room lies at the heart of the home and incorporates a range of fitted units and modern appliances together with an Aga, double Belfast sink, wooden worktops, wooden flooring and a lovely stone fireplace in the breakfast area together with a separate pantry with traditional slate shelving, an adjoining laundry room and a separate Victorian marmalade kitchen. There is a hatch in the rear hallway, leading down to the cellar.

On the first floor the large double aspect master bedroom, with lovely views of the woodland towards the sea, has a fireplace and an en suite shower room. There are a further five well-proportioned bedrooms, including the spacious guest bedroom with en suite shower room and one other with an en suite and all with views over the garden and woodland. There is also a family bathroom on this level as well as a staircase up to the attic room.

Netley Abbey is one of the area’s desirable villages with day to day amenities including reputable primary and junior schools, the Abbey ruins, church and post office, the whole surrounded by stunning countryside including The Royal Victoria Country Park, covering 200 acres of woodland, parkland and foreshaw, with excellent footpaths and woodland walks.

There are local sailing clubs including Weston, Netley, Southampton and Netley Cliff together with the world famous facilities and marinas at Hamble and Southampton. The city centre is within a couple of miles and offers a comprehensive range of facilities with shops and recreational amenities at West Quay.

Southampton airport links with a variety of national and international destinations and mainline rail services operate from Southampton Parkway, linking with London Waterloo in under two hours. The M27 south coast motorway links the key regional centres as well as the London bound M3 and A3.

The area has a number of state primary and secondary schools including Netley Abbey Infant and Junior Schools and The Hamble School, as well as a wide range of long-established independent schools including King Edward VI, West Hill Park, Meoncross, and Wykeham house. There is also the University of Southampton and Solent University.

Netley Lodge is hidden away within a secluded and private position in grounds of about 6.48 acres of parkland and woodland backing onto The Royal Victoria Country Park. The house is approached down a private lane leading to a sweeping gravelled driveway bordered by lawn and running up to an extensive parking area immediately in front of the house. A further driveway, accessed via large wooden gates, gives access to the detached garage block.

The peaceful and secluded gardens, a particular feature of this property, surround the house and are laid mainly to level lawn with a border of mature shrubs and trees. A large paved terrace is immediately outside the conservatory with an enclosed lawn and adjoining this is the outdoor swimming pool with pool house and areas of woodland with ponds and the ruins of a former game larder or folly. Just outside the kitchen is an enclosed courtyard garden with boiler room and three outhouses, one with a shower room and which have the potential for conversion into further accommodation or offices, subject to the necessary planning permission.

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Added on Rightmove:
28 February 2018

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