Particularly attractive end terrace cottage style town house situated in this most select development.
Entrance hall with stairs to the first floor and cloakroom with WC and wash basin. Sitting/Dining room has double opening casement doors onto the rear garden, attractive walk in bay window and feature stone fireplace with inset living flame gas fire. Kitchen/Breakfast room with an excellent range of floor and wall kitchen worktops with integrated dishwasher, fitted four burner hob with extractor over, fitted waist level oven, fitted fridge/freezer, heated towel rail and door to outside. Landing with trap to roof space with pull down ladder and light and the airing cupboard. Master bedroom with arch through to dressing area with a range of mirror fronted sliding wardrobe doors and an en-suite shower room with fully tiled walls, shower cubicle, wash basin set on vanity unit with cupboards under and low flush WC. Two further bedrooms, one with a range of mirror fronted wardrobes and one overlooking the rear garden. Family bathroom with panelled bath with shower over, wash basin and low flush WC. To the front of the property there is a small pedestrian walkway leading to the front door. The rear and side gardens form a particular feature of this property being beautifully landscaped and incredibly well stocked with a number of mature and colourful trees, shrubs and bushes. There is a large decked area adjoining the side of the property and rear access leading to the garage in nearby block with up and over door, power and light.
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.