Description: A gravel path leads to the front door which opens to the Entrance Hall with wood effect flooring, space for coat hooks and access to the loft hatch. A staircase leads to the first floor where the Hall has a double glazed window to one end with westerly views over the lawns towards The Needles.
At the other end of the hall there is a spacious Living Room with a large south facing window overlooking the maintained lawns towards the sea.
There is a lovely, modern, 20′ Kitchen/Dining room with a wooden butcher’s block work top with white cupboards and drawers beneath, matching eye-level wall cupboards, built in oven and hob with glass splashback and extractor hood above, deep ceramic Butler’s sink, integrated washing machine and slimline dishwasher, space for fridge/freezer and ample space for a dining table.
There are two good sized double bedrooms, the Master Bedroom has a double aspect with south and west views, and casement doors onto the Balcony with glass and steel hand rail and beautiful views of the Needles and lighthouse.
Bedroom Two would make a good guest room.
The Bathroom is fitted with a contemporary white suite comprising panelled bath with shower above, WC and and wash hand basin with storage cupboards beneath. There is also a ladder style heated towel rail.
There are well maintained communal grounds with extensive lawns.
The apartment has a single Garage in a block and an allocated car parking space.
Tenure: 999 year lease from 2011 together with a share of the freehold interest therefore no ground rent payable.
Maintenance Charge: TBC – to include upkeep of common areas and buildings insurance.
Tax band C £1,387.79 (payable 2017/2018)
Services: All mains services available.
Energy Performance Rating: C – full EPC available at our office
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 Christchuch 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.