Burkmars are delighted to offer this 1820’s detached cottage, now requiring updating and refurbishment it has maintained many original features and boasts a west facing rear garden. Just under one mile from Lymington High Street.
The Property has a front entrance door, entrance hall with staircase rising to the first floor. Turn left to the dining room which has a fireplace, gas coal effect fire and a window overlooking the front and sliding door to the Conservatory.
The Conservatory has a tiled floor and poly-carbonate roof, door to the garden.
To the right, from the hall, the living room again has a fireplace with timber surround, gas coal effect fire, window overlooking the front and door leading to the kitchen which has a basic range of cupboards with worktops above, plumbing for washing machine. Wall mounted gas fired central heating boiler. Gas point for cooker. From the kitchen there are two useful walk in storage cupboards.
First floor landing doors to
Bedroom one with windows to the front and rear, wardrobe and fireplace.
Bedroom two fireplace and built in wardrobe, window overlooking the front.
Bathroom has a bath with a shower above, glass shower screen, pedestal basin and w.c. linen cupboard.
Outside: To the front of the property a pathway leads to the front door, a brick wall denotes the front boundary. Side access leading to the rear garden which has a couple of timber frame and corrugated iron storage sheds requiring repair or removing.
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.