Redlynch

£325,000

Guide price

  • Bedrooms: 3
Offered with no onward chain, this attractive and charming three bedroom cottage, converted from a 'Chapel' enjoys one of the most tranquil of settings and is full of charm, enjoying good social flow which is epitomised by the delightful open plan lounge dining room.

Introduction

Positioned upon an unmade private lane away from the passing traffic, this character home occupies an ideal position close to the host of village amenities of Redlynch which is well served by bus routes and is within a short drive of excellent commuter links and the New Forest National Park.

Description

A wooden glazed door opens into the porch which leads and then into the lounge/dining room enjoying the focal point of an exposed brick fireplace. Double doors lead into the conservatory. The modernised kitchen is fitted with extensive base and wall units with complementary worktops and integrated appliances including slimline Zanussi dishwasher, eye level electric oven and grill, and four ring ceramic hob. A UPVC door leads to the rear garden and the kitchen is supplemented by a useful utility room with plumbing and space for further appliances. An inner hallway accesses the cloakroom and stairs. The first floor landing hosts the airing cupboard and three generous bedrooms served by a large family bathroom with matching suite.

Outside

The front elevation is particularly attractive, of brick construction and there is ample off street parking. A pedestrian gate leads to the courtyard style rear gardens, fully enclosed by panel fencing featuring a large patio area adjacent to the rear elevation. There is a garden shed.

Location

Redlynch is an active village with a wealth of amenities including public house, cycle hire shop and restaurants. The property is ideally positioned for nearby commuter links including M27 to Southampton and A338 to Salisbury and Bournemouth, whilst close to the stunning New Forest with its abundance of walks and cycle routes. The house is within walking distance of the outstanding Morgans Vale primary school, nearby Trafalgar and within reach of Burgate secondary school, and catchment of Salisbury Grammar schools, and the area offers a choice of private schooling.

Agents Notes

The property benefits from oil fired central heating, mains drainage and the rateable value for the property is Band D amounting to £1,760.46 in 2017/18.

Directions

Upon reaching Downton from Fordingbridge, turn right into The Borough signposted B3060 and continue up and over Lode Hill until you reach Redlynch. Take a left hand turn into Bowers Hill and next right into Princess Hill which becomes Quavey Road. Chapel Lane can be found on the right hand side before the bus stop.

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Charles Powell

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