Approached over a pathway leading to the front door which opens to the spacious Hallway with a staircase to the first floor and a built in cupboard housing the hot water cylinder.
The Living Room has a brick fireplace with a coal effect gas fire and a double glazed window overlooking the front.
The Kitchen/Breakfast Room is fitted with a range of floor and wall mounted cabinets with work surfaces and tiling above, electric hob with electric oven under, space for fridge, space for washing machine, Potterton Kingfisher II gas fired central heating boiler.
A door leads to the Conservatory UPVC double glazed windows on a brick base.
Bedroom One is a good sized double bedroom overlooking the front.
Bedroom Two is again a double bedroom with double glazed window overlooking the rear.
The Wet Room has obscure glazed windows, a walk-in shower unit with fully tiled walls, WC, wash hand basin, upright towel rail and a wall heater.
The First Floor Landing has a linen cupboard with fitted shelves.
Bedroom Three has under eaves store cupboards and a window to one side facing east.
Bedroom Four has two under eaves store cupboards, a window facing west and a trap to the roof space.
To the front of the property there is a five bar gated entrance with hedging to the front boundary giving a good degree of privacy, concrete hardstanding and an area of lawn with an Acer tree and landscaping surround.
There is a detached Garage of concrete block construction (18’6 x 9′) with double doors, a timber garden shed with electrics, lighting and a stable type door. There is also a further garden shed and two additional outbuildings of timber framed construction. Double and single gates divide the front from the back of the property.
The Rear Garden has been very well cared for, is a good size and faces due south, extremely well laid out with lawns, specimen trees, raised rockeries, trellis, seating areas, a metal framed greenhouse
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.