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Burnt House Lane, Pilley, Lymington, Hampshire £395,000

An enchanting, spacious three bedroom semi-detached property built of Swedish design and situated in this rural part of the New Forest, just outside Lymington. The property enjoys a private garden, separate garage and ample off-road parking.

  • Sitting room/dining room
  • Kitchen
  • Utility room
  • Study
  • Conservatory
  • Ground floor bathroom
  • Three first floor bedrooms
  • First floor shower room
  • Garage & off-road parking
  • Good size garden

An inner hallway has laminate flooring and an understairs storage area, together with a cupboard housing the electric meter and fuse box. The laminate flooring continues through to a study which overlooks the garden and has a door giving access outside. The hall then leads to the kitchen which comprises a range of floor mounted units with wood block work surfaces, a shelved larder cupboard, a stainless steel one-and-a-half bowl sink unit with mixer taps, a Hotpoint ceramic hob and space and plumbing for a dishwasher. A square archway then leads to the dining area where there is a cupboard housing the hot water tank, an additional storage area, and matching kitchen units. The dining area has an attractive bay window overlooking the front garden. The sitting room faces south with laminate wood effect flooring and a sliding patio door opening into the south facing conservatory. The utility room has space and plumbing for a washing machine and tumble dryer, a built-in electric oven and ceramic tiled flooring. A door then leads to a ground floor bathroom with corner bath, pedestal mounted wash basin and low-level WC.

The straight-run staircase leads to the landing where there are three bedrooms; two doubles and one single. There is laminate wood flooring throughout. The shower room has a shower cubicle, pedestal mounted wash basin and low level WC.

The property is approached from Burnt House Lane with a driveway giving access to the garage. The property is well screened from the road with deciduous and coniferous trees. The front garden is laid to lawn with a decked area leading off from the conservatory. There is also a detached timber framed garage with double opening doors. The rear garden is laid to lawn being close board fenced and there is also a useful implements shed.

SERVICES Mains electricity, water and drainage are connected to the property. There is no gas. The property has an electric heating system.

HISTORICAL NOTE After World War II, Britain was in desperate need of houses that could be built quickly to replace those that had been destroyed. The Swedish government gifted around 2400 timber-built homes in 1945/46 to thank the British for their support during the war. These Swedish 'flat-pack' homes were supplied in sections using tough Baltic pine and insulated with a natural felt made from sheep's wool which was designed to withstand the cold winters.


AGENTS NOTE The current owners did have a mortgage on the property.

The property has been used as a holiday rental and has proved hugely successful, having been let for 47 out of 52 weeks last year.


Lymington

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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