A two bedroom apartment situated in the centre of Milford Village, this luxury first floor apartment built in 2008 is a fine example of village-centre living. There is a short-level walk to either the village shops or to the renowned coastline. The apartment features a master bedroom with en-suite shower and also benefits from its own allocated parking space and private entrance.
The entrance door enters directly into the apartment where there is an entrance hall with alarm panel and stairs leading to the first floor. On the first floor landing there is a large shelved linen cupboard with hot water cylinder and the gas central heating boiler, there is also a useful coats cupboard and a trap to the roof space which is mostly boarded providing an additional storage area. The living/dining room is a lovely size with the double doors out onto the balcony allowing plenty of natural light, there is an alcove for a dining table or study area and an attractive electric fire with surround. The kitchen is beautifully fitted with a range of cupboard and drawer units beneath granite worksurfaces with matching eye level wall cupboards, integrated appliances including a washing machine, microwave, gas hob, double oven and extractor, there is also space for a tall fridge/freezer. Bedroom one has shutter blinds to the windows and mirror fronted wardrobes along one wall with additional wardrobes either side of the bed. The en suite shower room has a shower with glass door, a WC, wash hand basin with vanity storage beneath and coordinating tiling. Bedroom two is also a double room with built in pine wardrobes with sliding doors and shutter blinds to the window. The main bathroom has a panelled bath with shower over and glass screen, WC, wash hand basin with vanity storage beneath and coordinating tiling. Outside: There are maintained gardens and a parking area to the rear where a space is allocated to the apartment. There is also a padlocked bicycle shed which is personal to the apartment and a refuse store.
Milford on Sea is situated on the water’s edge west of Lymington, with stunning views of the Needles and Isle of Wight directly as you look out to sea, Hurst Castle to the east and views to Hengistbury Head and Christchurch harbour to the west. The thriving community centres on the village green, enjoying many festivals throughout the year. Milford on Sea offers an array of useful shops, restaurants, wine bars, Inns, churches, a tennis club and a bowling green. It also boasts a popular primary school, catering for children from five to eleven years of age.
Keyhaven To the east of Milford Village is a sought after coastal hamlet, situated on the river it has a sailing club, boat yard, and the historical Hurst Castle built by Henry VIII located at the end of a two mile shingle spit which is popular with walkers and bird watchers. The name “Keyhaven” means ‘Harbour where cows are shipped’. Cattle and sheep were transported from the Isle of Wight to the water meadows of the Avon around Christchurch.