This detached character bungalow is set on a large plot of approximately a quarter of an acre with additional access to the rear onto Highwood Road. Situated within walking distance of both the village centre with its mainline railway station and the open New Forest, in our opinion the property offers excellent scope for redevelopment, subject to planning permission.
The front door is sheltered by a porch and opens into the entrance hall. The living room has a door to the rear garden. The kitchen/dining room is a good size, fitted with a range of kitchen cabinets and opens into the family room which has an atrium style roof light and French doors to the rear garden. The two bedrooms are to the front of the property, bedroom one has an en suite bathroom. There is also a further shower room. Outside: The bungalow is set on a fantastic plot. To the front there is a hedge giving privacy with gates opening onto the driveway and there is an area of lawned front garden. The rear garden is the main feature of the property, being of an exceptionally good size, mainly laid to lawn with borders. There is a greenhouse, a shed and a summer house. The self-contained ‘Armadilla’ in the garden is not included (available by separate negotiation). Double gates to the rear give pedestrian and vehicle access to Highwood Road.
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, Sainsburys Local 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.