Believed to have been built in 1910 and originally used as a coach house, the property has seen many modifications and improvements over the years and now makes a very comfortable home in an attractive rural setting.
Steps lead up to the covered front entrance door which opens to the main Dining Hall which is a recent addition to the property with an attractive glazed atrium roof allowing plenty of natural light, a light coloured tiled floor runs right through into the main Hallway where there is a large coats cupboard and doors to all of the principal rooms.
The Living Room is an excellent size with a very bright south westerly aspect and views over the neighbouring agricultural fields, there is a fireplace with Welsh slate hearth, stone mantel and gas living flame fire with glass front and remote control.
The Kitchen/Breakfast Room is a lovely size with a recently fitted Raynsford kitchen including a number of cupboards and deep drawers beneath worktops with tiling over and matching eye-level wall cupboards, a Miele dishwasher, an electric oven and warming drawer and a combination microwave, a wine cooler, three domino hobs (gas, induction and solid hot plate hob) with an attractive cooker hood over, an integrated fridge and freezer, electric kick board heating, space and plumbing for washing machine and tumble dryer, a shelved larder cupboard and a further good size store cupboard, ceramic tiled floor and a window and door to the rear garden.
There are two double bedrooms, Bedroom One is an excellent size with built in wardrobes with hanging rails and shelving above, additional chests of drawers and a corner make up table.
Bedroom Two is also a good size double room with a built in wardrobe cupboard and a recently fitted En Suite Shower Room which has an electric shower with glass screen to one end, a wash hand basin with vanity storage beneath and lighting above, WC, chrome towel rail heater and coordinating floor and wall tiling.
The main bathroom is fitted with a large jacuzzi bath, wash hand basin, bidet, WC and fully tiled walls. There is a Separate WC with a white wash hand basin with mosaic tiling above, a WC and tiled floor.
A staircase leads to the First Floor Landing where a large window overlooks the rear garden and a door opens to Bedroom Three which is a nice size single room with sloping ceilings, a wash hand basin and attic storage cupboard.
Also from the landing a door opens to the main loft which is easily accessed and provides a good storage area and houses the Worcester Bosch gas central heating boiler and hot water cylinder.
Outside: To the rear of the property is a very secluded, attractive lawned garden with mature beds and array of plants and shrubs, a vegetable patch with soft fruit bushes, a semi circular seating area which catches the evening sun and a water feature which is pumped.
The garden is fenced to the rear with mature hedges at the sides. Brick built Outside Store by the back door with electrics which would be useful for storage of garden implements, a good size timber Garden Store attached to the rear of the house with electric light and power and also a concrete sectional Garage with timber doors to the front. Paths to both sides of the house giving lead around to the front where there is plenty of off-road parking.
Tax band F £2,381.63 (payable 2018/2019)
Services: Mains, water electricity and gas, private septic tank drainage. There is a solar panel which provides a top up to the hot water cylinder.
Energy Performance Rating: TBC
The popular village of Sway is located on the southern edge of the New Forest, within the National Park, ideal for those who enjoy outdoor pursuits, with horse riding schools located around the village. It is a quiet forest village offering a range of shops, Inns, restaurants and a village school. Sway also offers a main line railway station with fast and frequent services to Bournemouth, Southampton, London Waterloo and beyond.
To the west of Sway is Tiptoe a quiet hamlet of individual homes on the edge of the forest appealing to equestrian buyers. It also has a primary school and preschool, post office and is a short cycle ride from local forest inns.