A storm porch guides you to a generously welcoming entrance hallway that provides access to all ground floor spaces, encompassing a WC and a storage cupboard.

Progressing through the hallway, on the left, you will find a medium sized bedroom with adequate storage space along with a large window providing plenty of natural light.

Before you reach the conservatory, you are greeted with the living and dining areas that are separated by a central feature fireplace serving as a charming focal point. The dining area flows on to the conservatory which offers delightful views of the garden.

Leading on from the living and dining areas, you access the fully fitted kitchen, which features plenty of storage space and provides direct access to the rear garden.

From the entrance hallway, stairs rise to the first-floor landing, granting access to two bedrooms, the first offering room for a double bed and ample storage, moving on to a single bedroom, again with ample storage. All of which are served by a three-piece family bathroom.

The property is accessible via a brick paviour driveway, providing access to the front entrance and creating a spacious parking/turning area for multiple vehicles. Extending beyond the right side of the property, the brick paviour surface leads under a double-length carport, ultimately reaching the integral garage.

The charming rear gardens stand out as a notable feature, offering a sense of privacy enhanced by closed-board fencing and mature shrubbery and trees. A sizable patio area, positioned adjacent to the rear of the property, takes full advantage of the southerly aspect.

Living in Barton on Sea

Barton on Sea enjoys a stunning coastal location with views stretching from Hurst Castle to Hengistbury Head. In addition it benefits from all of the facilities of neighbouring New Milton, such as mainline station, arts centre, weekly market and range of shops.

Although Barton on Sea has a history dating back to Anglo Saxon times it developed relatively recently and comprises mostly avenues and closes of mid-century and later detached family homes, plus a row of old coastguard cottages, substantial properties in big plots with even bigger views on Barton Common Road and some imaginative new builds including town houses.

Traditionally it has been a popular area for those considering retiring, but it also offers a great deal for families with parks and excellent state and independent schooling. New Milton Junior School is rated ‘good’ by Ofsted, while both New Milton Infant School and The Arnewood School (11-19 Academy), are rated ‘outstanding’ by Ofsted. And Durlston Court Preparatory is ranked an impressive number 46 in The Times list of the top 100 independent prep schools. Local facilities include clifftop cafes, a deli and Pebble Beach restaurant which is a Good Food Guide stalwart, plus there’s a 27-hole clifftop golf course with impressive views.

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£600,000

Barton on Sea, New Milton

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

A well-maintained, spacious three-bedroom, one bathroom detached chalet-style property. The property presents an appealing potential for extension and further development, subject to requisite planning conditions. Nestled in charming south-facing rear gardens, it resides in a serene residential area just 0.5 miles from Barton on Sea cliff top

Property Details

  • Council Tax: Band D
  • Tenure: Freehold


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