A well proportioned detached house with three bedrooms and two reception rooms, offering scope for modernisation.
A path leads to a tiled step up to the glazed front entrance door which opens into the spacious Entrance Hall where stairs rise to the first floor with useful cupboard beneath.
There is a Cloakroom with WC and wash hand basin.
The main Living Room has a triple aspect with a bay window to the front, French doors onto the garden and a window looking west over the rear garden, there is also a central, brick fireplace with a gas fire.
Across the hall is a separate Dining Room with a window overlooking the driveway to the front.
The Kitchen is fitted with a range of cupboards and drawers beneath worktops with matching eye-level wall cupboards, an electric oven with gas hob and extractor above, there are spaces for a dishwasher and fridge, there is also a breakfast bar, the gas central heating boiler and a glazed door which leads to the:-
Utility/Shower Room where there is plumbing for a washing machine, a wash hand basin, a shower and a door to the rear garden.
The First Floor Landing has an airing cupboard with hot water cylinder and shelving above and a trap to the roof space.
The Main Bedroom is an excellent size with built in wardrobe cupboards and a dual aspect.
Bedroom Two is also a double room with a wardrobe.
Bedroom Three is a good size single, again with a wardrobe and a view over the rear garden.
Outside: To the front of the property there is a brick paved driveway giving off-road parking and leading to the Garage which has an electrically operated up and over door to the front, power, light and overhead storage.
There is also an area of front lawn with a timber fence and mature shrubs to the borders, the garden wraps around the side of the house with further lawn leading round to the Rear Garden where there is a garden store, two mature Oak trees and a lawn on the west side of the property.
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.