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New Forest, Burley, BH24 4HN

£1,100,000 Offers Over

Full description:

Key Features:
  • PLEASE CONTACT HEARNES FOR DETAILS
  • SITTING AND DINING ROOM
  • SUN LOUNGE AND CONSERVATORY
  • KITCHEN, SEPARATE UTILITY ROOM
  • TRIPLE STABLE BLOCK WITH TACK ROOM
  • LARGE TIMBER FRAMED HEBDITCH BARN
  • TWO DEER FENCED PADDOCKS
  • 200 METRES FROM OPEN FOREST
  • GATED ACCESS, SWEEPING DRIVEWAY
  • OFF ROAD PARKING, DOUBLE GARAGE


Tenure: Freehold
A charming four bedroom detached country residence with equestrian facilities and situated within three acres of grounds, two of which are post and rail paddocks and within two hundred metres of the open forest. Located in a quiet country lane on the outskirts of the popular village of Burley and set within the heart of the New Forest National Park. Burley itself hosts a primary school, post office, newsagents, butcher's shop, and village stores, as well as tea rooms, antique shops, art galleries and gift shops. The village still practises the old tradition of Commoning allowing animals to graze on the open Forest, and ponies and cattle roam freely around the village. The market town of Ringwood is approximately five miles away with excellent commuter links within a few miles. The coastal resorts for sailing are at Lymington, Christchurch and Poole.

This delightful country home retains many characterful features including beamed ceilings and open fireplaces pleasingly combined with modern day conveniences. The property offers in excess of 2160 sq. ft. of accommodation which comprises of an entrance hall with cast iron fireplace and storage cupboard, a dual aspect farmhouse style kitchen with a range of solid wood floor and wall mounted units, a substantial breakfast bar, gas fired Aga, separate Aga gas hob and electric oven, tiled flooring, single doorway through to the rear lobby, utility room and cloakroom, and single access door to the side. The tiled flooring from the kitchen continues through to the sitting room with a brick fireplace and multi fuel stove and is open to the conservatory which enjoys views overlooking the garden and terrace. A spacious sun lounge and separate dining room completes the ground floor accommodation.

The first floor landing provides access to the four bedrooms with the master bedroom benefitting from an en-suite shower room, walk in wardrobe and a seated box bay window giving views across the gardens and paddocks. Bedroom three and four also benefit from fitted wardrobes with bedroom four further benefitting from a dressing room (which could provide space for a shower room). A family bathroom with separate shower cubicle is also found on the first floor.

The property is approached via a private drive through electrically operated gates onto a sweeping gravelled driveway providing ample parking and access to the large double garage with pitch roof, side opening automatic door, power, lighting and loft storage and the open front porch has quarry tiled flooring. There is also a separate pedestrian gate with auto-lock.The property is well positioned within its approximately one acre of predominately south facing gardens which offer a good degree of seclusion and privacy and feature a beautiful mature azalea bed, interspersed with mature trees and shrubs.

Equestrian facilities provided include a timber stable block with three stables and tack room wand a large timber frame Hebditch barn both with power and water and two deer fenced paddocks.

Viewing highly recommended in order for a buyer to appreciate the stunning private location with equestrian facilities this fabulous house has to offer.



EPC RATING: D

COUNCIL TAX BAND: G




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