A four bedroom detached house enjoying privacy and seclusion within a plot extending to approximately two thirds of an acre. The property is situated within walking distance of both the open forest and village centre and has excellent potential to re-develop, having had favourable pre-application enquiries to substantially enlarge and remodel the property (detailed plans available for inspection if required).
The front door opens into an entrance porch with tiled floor and coat rack. Double doors open into the entrance hall, stairs rise to the first floor with storage beneath. The cloaks/shower room comprises a corner shower, wash hand basin with storage under and WC. The living room is a lovely bright room with a window to the front and central brick fireplace with Jetmaster Firebox, sliding patio doors open onto the rear garden. The dining room also overlooks the rear garden through a sliding patio door. The kitchen/breakfast room has an outlook over the rear garden and is fitted with a comprehensive range of cabinets with space and plumbing for dishwasher, integrated Bosch oven and four ring gas hob with concealed extractor in canopy above. From the Kitchen there is a door to the family room which also overlooks the rear garden and has some useful storage cupboards to one end providing a laundry/utility area, there is also a door to the integral double garage. The first floor landing has windows to the front. The main bedroom is a good size double room. Bedroom two is also a double room with wardrobes and a dressing table along one wall. Bedroom three is again a double room with a wardrobe and useful desk. Bedroom four also has a wardrobe. The bathroom has a tiled floor and walls and a white suite comprising panelled bath, wash hand basin with cupboard under and a WC. Outside: The property is set on a large plot approached via a five bar gate, over a Tarmacadam driveway to the front with lawn and mature bushes and trees to the front and side boundaries. The double garage has twin up and over insulated roller doors, houses the wall mounted central heating boiler with ample power points and strip lighting. The rear garden is of an excellent size, with a large patio immediately to the rear of the property, the remainder laid predominantly to lawn with fencing, mature conifers and trees to the side boundaries, mature bushes and trees to the bottom of the garden and a garden shed measuring 8′ x 8′ (2.44m x 2.44m). NB: The property benefits from Forest rights of pasture, mast and marl.
A popular rural village, Brockenhurst is located in the New Forest, with ponies, cows and donkeys roaming freely through the village centre. The village offers a selection of shops including a Tesco Metro, traditional tea rooms, restaurants, Inns, a village school and College. It is four miles from Lyndhurst, offering access to the M27 and beyond. With a main line train station it is popular with commuters and only one and a half hours from London Waterloo.