About this property
A pretty detached character cottage with its origins around the turn of the last century, sympathetically extended and modernised to provide comfortable and versatile accommodation, with a lovely private garden situated on the edge of the National Park, adjacent to the open common and close to Lymington with its picturesque quay and 2 yachting marinas as well as being within easy reach of the coastal village of Milford on Sea.
SUMMARY OF ACCOMMODATION:
* Entrance Hall
* Sitting Room
* Dining Room
* Kitchen/Breakfast Room
* Ground Floor Bedroom 4 or Study
* Three First Floor Bedrooms
* 2 Bath/Shower Rooms (one Ensuite)
* Garage, Carport & Workshop
* Off Road Parking
* Well-Maintained & Private Garden
SERVICES: All mains services are available, gas heating and UPVC double-glazing.
EPC BAND: C (69) COUNCIL TAX BAND: E
VIEWING: Strictly by appointment through Littlewood's Estate Agents.
ACCOMMODATION IN DETAIL (All measurements are approximate).
A oak framed, covered entrance with feature brick flooring and a cottage style entrance door leads to the:
ENTRANCE HALL: With double and single radiators, power points, telephone point, wall mounted heating thermostat, 2 ceiling light points, cupboard housing the fuse board and an attractive staircase to the first floor.
GROUND FLOOR CLOAKROOM: Obscure double-glazed window, ceiling light point, radiator, low flush W.C, wash basin with mixer tap and tiled splashback.
SITTING ROOM: 18’4”x 16’11” (5.59 x 5.16m) narrowing to 13’1” (3.99m) A delightful double aspect room overlooking the gardens with a pair of double-glazed casement doors providing access to the patio. An attractive rustic brick fireplace provides a focal point; there are 4 wall light points and a double radiator.
DINING ROOM: 20’2”x 10’7” (6.15 x 3.23m) Maximum measurements with a beamed ceiling, 2 wall light points, ceiling light point, double and single radiators, rustic fireplace with wood burner, walk in store room with power and light. A glazed casement door leads out to the:
CONSERVATORY: 10’11”x 8’4” (3.33 x 2.54m) Constructed on dwarf brick walling with UPVC double-glazing under a pitched, roof, double radiator and French door to the patio and garden.
From the dining room an open way leads to the:
KITCHEN/BREAKFAST ROOM: 20’3”x 6’3” (6.17 x 1.91m) With a double-glazed, double aspect, coved and plain set ceiling, 2 ceiling light points, tiled flooring, radiator, wall mounted ‘Potterton’ gas boiler serving the central heating and domestic hot water with adjacent digital timeclock and programmer. Range of farmhouse style kitchen units constructed at base and eye level comprising shelved storage cupboards and drawers. Base units surmounted by roll edge working surface incorporating a teak draining board surrounding the butlers sink with storage below and a tiled splashback. There is space and plumbing for a dishwasher and washing machine, fridge/freezer and a free standing electric cooker. There are also glass fronted storage cupboards with under unit lighting. A ledged and braced farmhouse style door leads out to the driveway and garaging.
GROUND FLOOR BEDROOM FOUR/STUDY: 13’5”x 9’3” (4.09 x 2.82), narrowing to 6’10” (2.08m) having a double aspect and overlooking the garden with a beamed ceiling, double radiator, telephone point and built in storage recess with hanging rail.
An attractive pine staircase rises to the bright first floor landing which has windows to either side, access to the loft space, 2 ceiling light points, radiator, power points and doors to:
BEDROOM ONE: 21’3”x 13’ (6.47 x 3.96m) including the entrance which has built in wardrobe space, 3 wall light points, double radiator, delightful open aspect, overlooking the garden and the common.
A door leads to the:
ENSUITE SHOWER ROOM: Obscure double-glazed window Recessed ceiling downlighters, heated towel rail/radiator and a white suite comprising a glazed and tiled quadrant shower cubicle with electric mixer shower, low flush W.C and a pedestal wash basin.
BEDROOM TWO: 11’2”x 9’11” (3.40 x 3.02m) With delightful views overlooking Pennington Common, eaves storage cupboard, ceiling light point, radiator.
BEDROOM THREE: 15’7”x 9’10” (4.75 x 2.99m) Maximum overall measurements to this irregular shaped but versatile room with a double-glazed window to the side, additional ‘Velux’ rooflight, storage cupboard, 2 single radiators, wall light point and a ceiling light point.
FAMILY BATHROOM: With an obscure double-glazed window and stripped pine floor boarding. The white suite comprises a panelled bath with independent shower over, a vanity unit with inset wash basin, part tiled walls and a low flush W.C. with adjacent bidet, wall and ceiling light points.
The property enjoys a delightful semi-rural position on the edge of Pennington village and adjacent to the common with well-maintained and private gardens lying chiefly to the south-west, enclosed by cultivated hedging giving a high degree of privacy with raised planters and a central area of lawn. There are two driveways, one of which opens to the garden with space to store a boat/caravan etc. The other drive allows for the parking of at least two vehicles before reaching the open carport and thence to the:
GARAGE: 16’8”x 10’3” (5.08 x 3.13m) With a pair of side hung timber doors, a window to the side, power and light points. A further doorway leads to the:
WORKSHOP: 13’4”x 7’3” (4.06 x 2.21m) With a window to the rear, power and light points. A door leads out to the rear patio.
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