Wellands Road, Lyndhurst, Hampshire, SO43


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  • Bedrooms: 3
A rare self build, is offered for sale in a conservation area of the New Forest National Park.  The property lies within walking distance of the forest in the heart of the village of Lyndhurst, known for its boutique shops and restaurants also affording a doctors, dentist, chemist, traditional butcher and two supermarkets.

The three storey, three bedroom sensitively designed property is presented to a high standard throughout. The benefit of latest buildng methods offers an energy efficient property with gas fired underfloor heating on the ground floor, a high level of insulation and superior quality bespoke timber framed double glazing. The property affords a master bedroom on the second floor with an ensuite shower room and walk in wardrobe.  The family bathroom, serving two further bedrooms, is placed on the first floor while at ground floor level there is a drawing room with bay window, openplan kitchen/dining room with integral appliances, utility room and cloakroom.  High quality timber french doors open onto an enclosed south facing garden. There are two parking spaces at the front of the property with secure cycle storage at the rear.

Future proofing offered, since there is an opportunity to increase the floor area from a three to a four bedroom property. The kitchen and dining area has footings for an additional first floor double bedroom and ensuite. The neighbouring property also has this facitlity, should costs be a consideration, a joint application may be considered.

When both parking spaces are in use, parking for guests can be provided from a residential car park in Wellands Roads at a cost of £25.00 per annum. Alternatively, there is 'on street parking' in adjacent residental streets, during trading hours, or a central car park with residental use in the evenings, both free of charge, and within close proximity.   

Referred to the capital of The New Forest, Lyndhurst is a picturesque village steeped in history with direct access to the National Park. The neighouring forest village of Ashurst, known as the gateway to the New Forest, has a train station on the main Waterloo to Weymouth line. Three miles south east the pretty village of Brockenhurst hosts the annual New Forest Show and is also serviced by a mainline railway route. Eight miles south the Georgian harbour town of Lymington, popular for yachting and a weekly market, offers regular ferry crossings to the Isle of Wight and is also serviced by a mainline railway route. 

The M27 is a short drive north, providing good commuter links as well as access to the Jurrasic Coast, Bournemouth, the cathedral cities of Salisbury and Winchester making this property ideal as a main or holiday home.  

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