A chance to purchase a much improved three bedroom home with recently fitted kitchen and conservatory extension and a sunny, south facing garden. The property also has photovoltaic panels creating electricity with a return tariff to the national grid, making it extremely economical to run.
A UPVC glazed front entrance door opens to the Entrance Porch with ceramic tiled floor, a solid oak door to the main living room and a connecting door to the garage.
The main Living Room has a wall hung coal gas effect fire as a central feature, a large bay window to the front and polished wood block flooring through to the dining area which is a lovely, bright space with patio doors onto the rear garden.
The Kitchen is beautifully fitted with range of light oak coloured cupboards beneath marble effect worktop with matching eye level wall cupboards, an integrated dishwasher, fridge/freezer and double oven with electric hob above and extractor over.
A square opening leads to the Conservatory which has been recently built with a brick base, UPVC double glazed windows and patio doors onto the south facing rear garden. Both the kitchen and conservatory have a newly fitted ceramic tiled floor.
The Inner Hall has stairs to the first floor with useful space for coats beneath.
The Cloakroom has a wash hand basin WC and ceramic tiled floor.
On the First Floor Landing is a linen cupboard with shelving.
Bedroom One is a lovely, double room with wardrobes and a pleasant outlook over the front garden and drive.
Bedroom Two is also an excellent size with a large bay window.
Bedroom Three is set up currently as a home office and has a wardrobe. The Main Bathroom is fitted with a panelled bath, wash hand basin with useful storage cupboards below, WC, coordinated floor and wall tiling and a chrome ladder style radiator.
There is also a separate Shower Room which has a shower with glass screen and a chrome towel rail heater.
Outside: To the front of the house is a driveway giving plenty of off-road parking and access to the garage and front door.
The Garage has double opening doors to the front, plumbing for a washing machine, space for a tumble dryer, light and power.
The Rear Garden has a lovely, sunny patio terrace with steps down to an artificial grass lawn with raised beds and a pergola in the far corner, fenced to the boundaries with a timber garden shed and a path along the side of the property which leads to the front of the house.
The owners inform us that the PV panels generate an income of around £200 per month.
Tax band D £1,626.23 (payable 2018/2019)
Services: All mains services available. Gas central heating, double glazing and solar panels installed.
Lymington’s closest neighbour leads to the picturesque salt marshes on the Solent shore to the South and backs on to the New Forest National Park to the north. One mile from Lymington High Street, Pennington village offers schools for all ages.
Pennington has all of the essentials you could need, including Tesco Metro, a variety of takeaway food outlets and Inns. Pennington also offers a number of quiet country lanes an historic public common (included in the National Park) along with a sports center for the more strenuous activities.