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Stanford Hill, Lymington, Hampshire £975,000

A striking, period four bedroom home enjoying a beautiful garden with an unobscured southerly aspect, ample off-road parking and garage/workshop. The property is situated within easy walking distance of the High Street in Lymington and is offered for sale with vacant possession and no forward chain.

  • Entrance porch, hall & cloakroom
  • Drawing room
  • Dining room
  • Kitchen/breakfast room
  • Amdega conservatory
  • Four bedrooms
  • Three bathrooms (one en suite) & separate WC
  • Garage/workshop & ample driveway parking
  • Beautiful sunny garden & period features
  • Within walking distance of Lymington High Street & all local amenities

The property enjoys a beautiful exterior adorning the front of the building with an attractive covered entrance porch with herringbone brick floor and front door. The entrance hall has quarry tiled flooring, together with coat hanging space, an under stairs storage cupboard and a cloakroom to one side with low level WC and wash basin. A door from the hall then opens into a central hallway, also with quarry tiled flooring, and doors to the reception rooms, as well as an impressive pair of glazed doors opening into the south facing conservatory. This lovely Amdega conservatory has a 180 degree aspect from the east to the west with quarry tiled floor and French doors opening out onto the garden. On the right of the hallway is the drawing room which is a double aspect room facing south and west with lovely high ceilings and beams, and a feature fireplace. On the other side of the hall is the dining room which is also a double aspect room with bay window facing east and south, parquet flooring, high ceilings and beams and a serving hatch through to the kitchen. The kitchen/breakfast room has a range of floor and wall mounted cupboards incorporating a Neff built-in oven and four ring gas hob, as well as space for an American style fridge/freezer, and space and plumbing for a dishwasher and washing machine. The kitchen faces east and south overlooking the garden. The breakfast area has a rear door to the rear drive and an airing cupboard housing a floor mounted gas fired boiler providing domestic hot water and central heating.

The staircase with two quarter turns leads to the main landing with access to the three double bedrooms. The master bedroom faces east, south and west with built-in wardrobes and an en suite bathroom with suite comprising a corner shower cubicle, low-level WC and vanity unit, as well as a built-in airing cupboard. Bedroom two faces south with built-in cupboards and is currently used as a dressing room. Bedroom three is a double aspect room with built-in wardrobes, hanging and shelf space. The family bathroom comprises a panelled bath, a low-level WC, a separate shower cubicle, a vanity unit and a shelved airing cupboard together with fully tiled walls. Adjacent to this is a separate WC. The staircase then continues to the second floor where there is a landing with Velux windows and a shower room with shower cubicle, low-level WC and wash basin. Bedroom four is on this floor and is a large room with triple aspect, facing north, east and south having a dormer window and two Velux windows. There is under eaves storage space, tongue and groove panelling and built-in cupboards.

The property is approached from Southampton Road with a tarmac driveway providing ample parking and access to the front door. The drive leads down the side of the house to a concrete area with car wash down area and double garage but with a single entrance door to the front. This has been used mainly as a garden store and workshop. Adjacent to the house is a lovely patio ideal for entertaining and steps lead down to the remainder of the garden which is mainly laid to lawn. The garden, although heading in an easterly direction, enjoys a south aspect and, uninterrupted by trees, it is a real sun trap. The garden is stocked with a variety of shrubs and plants and at the end of the of the garden there is a griselinia hedge with arch leading to a former vegetable patch with apple tree and fruit cages, now in need of repair. The whole of the plot is just over a third of an acre.


Lymington is a pretty, Georgian seaside town located just south of the New Forest. The town is famous for offering some of the finest sailing waters in the UK and is home to the Royal Lymington Yacht Club which makes it an extremely popular hub for the yachting enthusiast.

Lymington High Street is the venue for the bustling Saturday street market and has a tremendous variety of unique boutiques and shops, as well as cafes, pubs and restaurants to enjoy all year round. As well as this, there are many parks and areas such as the Old Town Quay in which to relax and take in the atmosphere of this charming, individual town. The Quay itself is reached via a small winding cobbled street and provides impressive outlooks over the Lymington River. One should enjoy the locally made ice cream from one of the parlours whilst taking in this wonderful view.

Lymington is a popular year round destination with a great deal to offer, including easy transport into and out of town. A regular ferry link gives easy access to Yarmouth on the Isle of Wight, whilst the nearby village of Brockenhurst also offers a fast rail service to London (approx. 90 minutes to Waterloo).

Cobbled streets and beautiful scenery means Lymington is a highly sought after area with demand frequently surpassing supply. A large portion of homes in Lymington have been redeveloped into modern apartments and retirement properties, although there are still some Grade II listed homes and properties dating back to the Georgian and Victorian era.

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