This spacious three bedroom end of terrace house has a delightful, south west aspect. Ideally located just off the High Street, close to Marks and Spencers and Waitrose the property is now ready for some updating.
A recessed porch with tiled step leads to a glazed front entrance door which opens into the spacious entrance hall where stairs rise to the first floor with storage cupboard beneath. There is cloakroom with WC and wash hand basin. The main living room is a lovely size with a bay window to the front, a central electric fire and a generous dining area which in turn leads into the conservatory and on to the rear garden. The kitchen is fitted with a range of cupboards and drawers beneath worktops with matching wall cupboards, a gas hob and extractor over, an electric oven, a combination microwave oven, integrated fridge and freezer as well as a freestanding Bosch slimline dishwasher and washing machine, the gas central heating boiler is in one corner and there is a door to the conservatory. The conservatory stretches across the back of the house, is of modern UPVC construction on a brick base with roof lights. First floor landing. Bedroom one is a large, double room with built in wardrobes along two walls. Bedroom two is a generous double, again with built in cupboards and a wash basin. Bedroom three is a good size single, currently set up as an office. The bathroom comprises a panelled bath, a separate shower, WC, wash hand basin with vanity storage beneath and mirror and lighting over, there is also a chrome towel rail heater. Outside: There is a garage in a block close by and residents’ parking. The front garden is mostly laid to to lawn with a path leading to the front door. The rear garden predominantly faces south and west, there is a patio adjoining the house with the remainder being lawned with brick walls to the boundaries and a wrought iron pedestrian gate onto St Thomas’ Park. There is also a timber summer house and garden shed. Subject to planning permission, there is space for a side extension to the property. There are solar panels on the roof contributing the electricity supply.
Lymington offers an extensive range of shops from large household names such as M&S Simply Food and WH Smiths to independent boutiques, coffee shops, restaurants, pubs and tea rooms. There are also a variety of hair salons and beauticians to choose from. Saturdays provide a vibrant atmosphere throughout the town as the market attracts many locals and visitors from throughout the forest and beyond. Lymington is the ideal location for those who enjoy water sports with two marinas and sailing clubs holding access to the Solent and a short drive away from beaches.
Lymington was named by the Daily Telegraph as the eighth best coastal town in Britain 2014. “You’ve got the New Forest, unspoilt coastline, it’s a sailing hub and you can still get to London easily,’’ A pretty Georgian coastal town, Lymington benefits from good schools, boutique shops and Saturday street market.
Being so close to the New Forest it also offers the perfect location for those who enjoy horse riding, walking and cycling. The town offers a nine-hole golf course, rowing club, community centre, library, small cinema, bowls club and tennis club. Lymington Recreation Centre offers an indoor 25m swimming pool and many fitness classes, whilst during the summer months there is an outdoor seawater baths next to the River with a hundred years of heritage. There is also a Cricket Club, Football and Rugby Clubs, Skateboard Park and children’s play areas.
From a more practical view Lymington also offers churches of all faiths, infant, junior and secondary schools all within walking distance of the town.