Charming refurbished house with excellent equestrian facilities in an idyllic location with direct access to the National Park.
The property is likely to have been constructed in the 1960s and is situated in a stunning, rural location along a track in the New Forest National Park. This handsome house has brick built elevations under a clay tiled roof and has undergone a programme of modernisation in recent years now providing well appointed accommodation arranged over two floors. The house has a flexible layout, with a spacious reception hall, a large open plan kitchen with Aga and seating area with wood burning stove, leading through to a glazed dining room over
looking the garden. The house has three bedrooms on the ground floor and a master suite on the first floor; bedrooms three and four along with a bathroom is currently laid out as an annexe.
The setting is glorious and peaceful; truly off the beaten track. The house is approached from Tom's Lane which peters out into an unmade track through the Forest to the house where there is access to a large area of parking through brick piers with high level timber gates. Immediately to the rear of the house is the formal garden, laid to lawn and bordered by some wonderful mature trees offering colour and privacy. The garden faces south and alongside the lawn, outside the garden room is a stone terrace. Further up the garden is a timber deck for seating. To the front of the house across a gravel drive is a car port for garaging and an excellent L shaped stable yard with stabling for four/five, a grooming box with solarium, rug room with drier and racking, tack room and feed room.
Alongside is a hay barn and a pole barn. The bulk of the land is divided into nine paddocks of varying size and undulation and additionally there is a further paddock at far boundary. There are separate field shelters and we are advised mains water is available to the land.
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Peace and tranquillity on the edge of the forest.Ashley Rawlings