A beautifully presented three bedroom end of terrace house which has been carefully upgraded and improved by the current owners. Large open plan kitchen/dining room, wood burning stove and easily maintained sandstone patio garden, just five minutes walk to Barton cliff top.
Description: Attractive glazed panelled front entrance door opens to the Entrance hall with a useful cupboard, coat hooks and shoe lockers, parquet flooring and stairs to the first floor.
Glazed door leads to the Living room, this has an attractive fireplace with timber hearth and a wood burning stove, large glazed window overlooking the front garden with deep storage cupboards and desk unit, there is also further integrated storage beneath the stairs incorporating the television stand.
A square opening continues into the bright and spacious Kitchen/Dining room. The dining area has a sliding patio door to the paved rear garden. The Kitchen has been beautifully fitted with cream cupboards under a butchers block work top, central island with a gas hob and stainless steel chimney above, double oven beneath. Integrated dishwasher, space for fridge freezer and space for washing machine and tumble dryer. Matching eye level wall cupboards. Modern upright radiator. Personal door to the rear garden. Ceramic tiled floor. Recessed lighting.
Staircase to the first floor with linen cupboard with Valiant gas central heating boiler (still under warranty) with shelving beneath. Trap to the roof space with pull down ladder to a boarded loft space.
Bedroom one is a lovely bright room overlooking the front garden and has a built in wardrobe.
Bedroom two is also a good size overlooking the rear garden and has a wardrobe. Bedroom three is a good size single room or would make a comfortable study.
Bathroom is beautifully fitted with a white suite comprising panelled bath with central taps and a shower above, w.c. and wash hand basin. Chrome ladder towel radiator. Useful shelved storage cupboard. Recess spot lights and extractor.
Outside: The front garden has a pathway leading to the front door and the remainder is laid to lawn with a pretty flower bed along one side. Casual parking adjacent to the house and a Garage located in a nearby block with an up and over door 18’3 x 8’1 (5.5m x 2.4m).
The rear garden is laid with Sandstone paving and the boundaries are a mix of brick walling and timber fencing. Pedestrian gate giving access to the side of the property.
There is a maintenance charge for the development of £162 per annum.
Tax band D £1,691.43 (payable 2018/2019)
Services: All mains services available
Energy Performance Rating: TBC
The New Forest covers just under 219 square miles, it was established in approximately 1079 for private hunting by William I and has remained largely undeveloped ever since. In 2005 The New Forest was made a National Park ensuring its beautiful landscape remains unspoiled, offering a unique blend of woodland, heathlands, greens, mires and coastal marshes. With horses, donkeys, cows and pigs roaming freely, the National Park is free to be enjoyed by everyone with many routes established through all parts of the forest for walking, cycling, horse riding, or many people simply enjoy taking in the view whilst driving.