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Quay Hill, Lymington, Hampshire £725,000

Encapsulating all that is Lymington, this beautifully proportioned historic Grade II Listed Georgian house standing on Quay Hill is a 'must have' property. Within walking distance of all local amenities and just 200 metres from Lymington train station, it would make an ideal family or holiday home.

  • Sitting room
  • Dining room & cloakroom
  • Kitchen/breakfast room
  • Utility room & cellar
  • Four bedrooms
  • Dressing room/Study
  • Family bathroom & en suite bathroom to master bedroom
  • Idyllic south facing paved and walled garden
  • Bothy & garden store
  • Situated on the historic Quay Hill

A Georgian panelled front door opens into the entrance lobby with glazed side screen and glazed inner front door opening into the drawing room. This lovely room has a feature bay window with curved Georgian window, an open fireplace fitted with a wood burning stove with Adam style fire surround and slate hearth. There are French doors opening out onto the south facing patio garden, as well as an attractive illuminated display niche with cupboards under and an understairs cupboard. At the end of the sitting room a staircase gives access to the first floor. A step down then leads to a cloakroom on the left hand side with low-level WC and wall mounted wash basin and on through to the dining room. The dining room enjoys exposed beams and two display niches with shelving and cupboards under. The kitchen/breakfast room is fitted with a range of floor and wall mounted cupboards with block wood surfaces, space for a Range style cooker with extractor fan above and a stainless steel single bowl sink unit with mixer taps. A half glazed stable door also leads to the garden. From the kitchen, there is access to a utility room with floor and wall mounted cupboards incorporating a stainless steel one-and-a-half bowl sink unit with mixer taps, space for a fridge/freezer, space and plumbing for a washing machine and dishwasher, and a wall mounted gas fired boiler providing domestic hot water and central heating. There is also a cellar accessed just behind the staircase which is approximately the size of the sitting room with a restricted head height of approximately 5"5 and makes an ideal wine cellar, historically used during the days of smuggling avoiding the King's customs men.

On the first floor landing there is a feature exposed brick wall with timber beams, and a shelved storage cupboard. The bathroom enjoys a suite incorporating a bath with shower attachment, low-level WC, pedestal mounted wash basin, and airing cupboard. On this floor there are two bedrooms. The master bedroom has a range of built-in cupboards with hanging and shelf space and can be accessed via a large dressing room/study, also with a range of shelving. The master bedroom enjoys its own en suite shower room with walk-in shower, low-level WC and vanity unit. Bedroom two fronts onto the historic Quay Hill with two sash windows and a built-in storage cupboard.

The staircase then leads to the second floor landing where there are two further bedrooms. Bedroom three overlooks Quay Hill and has a wardrobe and vanity unit. This room also benefits from lovely views over the rooftops of the old quay area with glimpses of the river and Isle of Wight. Bedroom four also enjoys views.

The property is approached on foot along the historic Quay Hill which has been feature in travel programmes and most notably in the BBC Production of Howard's Way. The property enjoys a beautiful south facing garden laid to stone with attractive walled area, a small garden store and access to the bothy. The bothy is arranged over two floors and has been refurbished, enjoying power and light, with potential to convert into a lovely studio. The garden also gives access to Captains Row which is shared with three other properties.



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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