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1148 square ft
3 bedrooms
2 bathrooms
2 receptions


A timber front entrance door opens to the spacious Entrance Porch with attractive leaded light windows and a door to the main Hallway which has a traditional tiled floor, stairs to the first floor with storage beneath, a coats cupboard and ground floor WC.

The Living Room has an attractive brick fireplace with an open fire, a timber beamed ceiling, herringbone wood block parquet flooring and a bay window overlooking the front garden which fills the room with natural light.

The Dining Room has a very useful storage cupboard adjoining (restricted height) and views over the main garden.

The Kitchen is also a lovely, light room with cupboards and drawers beneath the worktop and matching eye level wall cupboards, space for a gas cooker, space and plumbing for a washing machine, gas central heating boiler, shelved food store cupboard and a traditional larder cupboard with a tiled shelf and a door to the garden.

Proceeding upstairs to the half landing there is a Cloakroom with WC and a few steps up to Bedroom Three which is a good size single room overlooking the main garden.

From the landing there is an excellent size Main Bedroom.

Bedroom Two has wonderful views over the front garden and Pennington Common.

There is also a Fourth Bedroom/Study which is a cosy little room with a deep bay window and lovely outlook.

The Shower Room has a shower and wash hand basin.


The mature front garden is mainly laid to lawn with shrubs, trees and a hedge to the boundary.

There is also a larger area of garden to one side of the house which has previously been used as a kitchen garden and has a large greenhouse.

There is a detached Garage measuring 17’10 x 7’5 (5.4m x 2.2m) and an area of off-road parking approached by a five bar gate.

Tax band     £2097.27    (payable 2018/2019)

Services:  All mains services available

Energy Performance Rating:   E  – full EPC available at our office

Energy efficency rating
(39 to 54)
Current 43
(69 to 80)
Potential 73
About Pennington

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.

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