The popular village of Bartley is situated within the boundaries of the New Forest National Park offering acres of beautiful countryside to enjoy. A wide range of amenities are close at hand including Bartley junior school, village hall, shop, hairdressers and local pubs. A large superstore is located within three miles with Lyndhurst, Totton and Ashurst nearby providing further amenities.

The M27 is less than 3 miles away providing fast road links to London, the South Coast and beyond. Mainline rail links can be found at either Totton or Ashurst with direct services to London Waterloo.

An entrance porch provides storage for coats and leads into the spacious kitchen/dining room. The owners extended this area to create an excellent kitchen designed with good storage provision and work surface space and incorporates a range of appliances to include a dishwasher, fan oven and grill and space for a fridge freezer. The room is divided to allow ample space for the dining area with a front aspect window.

The sitting room has one wall of windows and glazed double sliding doors enjoying lovely views and a sunny aspect. The room has ceramic tiled flooring which runs into the kitchen/dining room with electric underfloor heating throughout. There is a large under stairs cupboard and stairs rise to the first floor.

A beautiful picture window over the staircase floods light throughout the house. There are three double bedrooms to the first floor and the main bedroom has a large full height window to the rear aspect with outstanding views over the paddocks and forest to the rear.

There are large mirrored sliding wardrobes to bedroom one and two and all are served by the spacious family bathroom with shower over the bath, w/c, vanity unit with basin and heated towel rail. Bedroom three incorporates fitted cupboards and is where the Vaillant gas boiler is positioned.

A real feature of the property are the views over the pony paddocks and forest beyond from the rear garden. The owners have maximised access to the views by installing large glazed patio doors in the sitting room as well as a full height window in the main bedroom.

The front garden incorporates flower beds, a picket fence and gate and paved driveway with parking for two vehicles. There is access down the side of the house to the rear garden with walled beds and laid to lawn with a range of mature flowering shrubs. A new garden shed provides storage provision and a stone terrace is positioned immediately outside of the sitting room.

Additional Information:

Tenure: Freehold

Services: All mains services connected

Energy Performance Rating: C Current: 72 Potential: 75

Council Tax Band: C

Solar panels to the roof feed back into the grid and are on a tariff which generated approximately £2000 in income for 2023 giving a low estimated annual cost of electric circa £175 and £470 for gas. Often the owners run their appliances at no charge during the sunny days.

Living in Minstead

Minstead is a perfect village in miniature. Tucked down a maze of country lanes and surrounded by woodland, it is tranquil and unspoiled, yet surprisingly and accessibly close to junction one of the M27 at Cadnam.

For a small village it punches well above its size in terms of community and history. Overlooking its delightful green is a popular country inn, The Trusty Servant Inn, and a village shop and cafe tea room that serves as a community hub. There’s also a quirky parish church which is the resting place of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, creator of Sherlock Holmes. Nearby are what are thought to be two of the oldest oak trees in the Forest as well as the Rufus Stone, marking the spot where King William II was shot by an arrow.

There’s a busy village hall (the largest in the Forest) which hosts regular antiques and collectors’ markets and the Minstead Players. However, what makes Minstead particularly special are its community-minded organisations including Minstead Study Centre with its sustainability focus and Minstead Training Trust which also runs Furzey Gardens - first planted in 1922 they are ablaze with colour in spring and feature an award-wining garden and ‘fairy doors’ among the trees.

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£399,950

Bartley, Southampton

  • Bedrooms Bedrooms: 3
  • Bathrooms Bathrooms: 1
  • Receptions Living Rooms: 2

A well presented three double bedroom end of terrace house with stunning far reaching views across paddocks and open forest to the rear from the south east facing garden. Further benefits include off road parking, spacious kitchen/dining room and an excellent return from the solar panels.

Nestled in the heart of the New Forest in Bartley with excellent amenities and schooling close by and just a stones throw from the open forest offering acres of beautiful countryside. The property benefits from no onward chain.

Property Details

  • Tenure: Freehold

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