Secluded and perfectly located for both village amenities and the open forest, the property enjoys a wonderfully picturesque location. The village of Brockenhurst benefits from a mainline station with direct trains to London Waterloo and the North. The village has an extensive range of local shops, restaurants and cafés, a primary school, a renowned tertiary college and the prestigious Brokenhurst Manor Golf Club. The Georgian market town of Lymington is approximately six miles to the south, with its yachting facilities, popular Saturday county market and ferry service to Yarmouth, Isle of Wight. To the north is the ‘Forest gateway’ village of Lyndhurst, with easy access to Junction 1 of the M27 (links to the M3 and London).

The property is approached via a sweeping driveway providing off road parking for several vehicles and leading to a double garage and the front entrance. The beautifully maintained grounds wrap around the boundaries of this wonderful home, with the majority enjoying a southerly aspect. Set just off the kitchen/breakfast room is a tiered paved sun terrace providing an ideal space for al-fresco dining and entertaining and leading down to the heated swimming pool. Attached to the house is a separate boiler room and gardeners wc, both of which are accessed externally. The grounds in total extend to approximately two thirds of an acre, interspersed with herbaceous planting and flanked by established tree, hedge and fence borders.

Built in 1929, this magnificent property has been meticulously refurbished by the current owners to an exacting standard to provide beautifully proportioned accommodation extending to 3,820 sq. ft. set across two floors. The property has been intelligently configured with the principal living rooms and bedrooms orientated to enjoy the delightful southerly aspect. Attention to detail is evident throughout, providing an elegant fusion of modern fittings and character features such as ornate cornicing, feature windows and fireplaces, as well as a combination of Italian ceramic tiled and exposed pine and oak flooring.

The ground floor accommodation comprises a good size entrance hall which links to an impressive double aspect ‘L’ shaped sitting room and snug, formal dining room and study, all of which link to a truly stunning orangery extending across the rear of the house and opening onto the rear garden. The superb double aspect kitchen/breakfast room offers a range of modern fitted units and appliances with granite work surfaces and doors opening onto the rear sun terrace. From the kitchen/breakfast room a door leads into a utility room/pantry, which in turn provides access to a boot and boiler room.

A stairwell from the entrance hall with ‘Art deco’ styled wood balustrade leads up to the extensive first floor landing, linking to the double aspect master bedroom with en-suite bathroom/double shower, six further bedrooms, two family bathrooms and additional wc. Most of the bedrooms benefit from built-in wardrobes with further wardrobe storage to the landing area.

The property further benefits from a large loft area extending across the length of the house offering considerable potential to create additional accommodation, subject to the necessary planning consents.

Built in 1929, this magnificent home offers a striking façade with brick and tile hung elevations with attractive casement windows and brick detailing.

Since being purchased, the property has been subject to an extensive programme of refurbishment and reconfiguration by the current owners, resulting in beautifully proportioned accommodation, with the principal living spaces and bedrooms orientated to enjoy the delightful southerly aspect.

Attention to detail is evident throughout, with statement rooms providing an elegant fusion of modern fittings and character features such as ornate cornicing, feature windows and fireplaces.

The ground floor accommodation comprises a good size entrance hall which links to a cloakroom and an impressive double aspect ‘L’ shaped drawing room, sitting room and study with open fireplace, all of which link to a truly stunning orangery extending across the rear of the house and opening onto the rear garden.

The superb, triple aspect kitchen/room has been expertly opened out to provide a magnificent open plan space for everyday living and entertaining. The kitchen area has been expertly fitted with a stunning range of Neptune units and an additional Neptune island unit, all of which feature marble worksurfaces and built-in appliances.

Set off the kitchen is a good size utility room, which in turn leads into a fitted boot room, where a door opens into a boiler room and double doors open out onto the front aspect.

A stairwell from the entrance hall with ‘Art deco’ styled wood balustrade leads up to the extensive first floor landing, linking to the sumptuous master bedroom with ornamental fireplace and en-suite bathroom, two double aspect, en-suite guest bedrooms, one of which features a walk-in wardrobe and two additional bedrooms. From bedroom five, a loft hatch with pull down ladder provides access to an attic room with a Velux window. A modern family shower room for these two remaining bedrooms completes the first floor layout.

The property is approached via a sweeping driveway providing off road parking for several cars.

The beautifully maintained grounds wrap around the boundaries of this wonderful home, with the majority being laid to lawn and enjoying a southerly aspect.

Set just off the kitchen/breakfast room is a tiered paved sun terrace providing an ideal space for al-fresco dining and entertaining. The terrace overlooks and steps down to the swimming pool.

Attached to the house is a separate boiler room and gardeners WC, both of which are accessed externally.

The grounds in total extend to almost two thirds of an acre, interspersed with herbaceous planting and flanked by established tree, hedge and fence borders.

Grounds & Gardens

The property is approached via a sweeping driveway providing off road parking for several cars.

The beautifully maintained grounds wrap around the boundaries of this wonderful home, with the majority being laid to lawn and enjoying a southerly aspect.

Set just off the kitchen/breakfast room is a tiered paved sun terrace providing an ideal space for al-fresco dining and entertaining. The terrace overlooks and steps down to the swimming pool.

Attached to the house is a separate boiler room and gardeners WC, both of which are accessed externally.

The grounds in total extend to almost two thirds of an acre, interspersed with herbaceous planting and flanked by established tree, hedge and fence borders.

Secluded and perfectly located for both village amenities and the open forest, the property enjoys a wonderfully picturesque location. The village of Brockenhurst benefits from a mainline station with direct trains to London Waterloo and the North. The village has an extensive range of local shops, restaurants and cafés, a primary school, a renowned tertiary college and the prestigious Brockenhurst Manor Golf Club. The Georgian market town of Lymington is approximately six miles to the south, with its yachting facilities, popular Saturday county market and ferry service to Yarmouth, Isle of Wight. To the north is the ‘Forest gateway’ village of Lyndhurst, with easy access to Junction 1 of the M27 (links to the M3 and London).

Situation

Secluded and perfectly located for both village amenities and the open forest, the property enjoys a wonderfully picturesque location. The village of Brockenhurst benefits from a mainline station with direct trains to London Waterloo and the North. The village has an extensive range of local shops, restaurants and cafés, a primary school, a renowned tertiary college and the prestigious Brockenhurst Manor Golf Club. The Georgian market town of Lymington is approximately six miles to the south, with its yachting facilities, popular Saturday county market and ferry service to Yarmouth, Isle of Wight. To the north is the ‘Forest gateway’ village of Lyndhurst, with easy access to Junction 1 of the M27 (links to the M3 and London).

The Property

Built in 1929, this magnificent home offers a striking façade with brick and tile hung elevations with attractive casement windows and brick detailing.

Since being purchased, the property has been subject to an extensive programme of refurbishment and reconfiguration by the current owners, resulting in beautifully proportioned accommodation, with the principal living spaces and bedrooms orientated to enjoy the delightful southerly aspect.

Attention to detail is evident throughout, with statement rooms providing an elegant fusion of modern fittings and character features such as ornate cornicing, feature windows and fireplaces.

The ground floor accommodation comprises a good size entrance hall which links to a cloakroom and an impressive double aspect ‘L’ shaped drawing room, sitting room and study with open fireplace, all of which link to a truly stunning orangery extending across the rear of the house and opening onto the rear garden.

The superb, triple aspect kitchen/room has been expertly opened out to provide a magnificent open plan space for everyday living and entertaining. The kitchen area has been expertly fitted with a stunning range of Neptune units and an additional Neptune island unit, all of which feature marble worksurfaces and built-in appliances.

Set off the kitchen is a good size utility room, which in turn leads into a fitted boot room, where a door opens into a boiler room and double doors open out onto the front aspect.

A stairwell from the entrance hall with ‘Art deco’ styled wood balustrade leads up to the extensive first floor landing, linking to the sumptuous master bedroom with ornamental fireplace and en-suite bathroom, two double aspect, en-suite guest bedrooms, one of which features a walk-in wardrobe and two additional bedrooms. From bedroom five, a loft hatch with pull down ladder provides access to an attic room with a Velux window. A modern family shower room for these two remaining bedrooms completes the first floor layout.

Living in Brockenhurst

It is Brockenhurst’s mainline station (service into London Waterloo approximately 90 minutes) that turns the dream of a country idyll into reality for those working up in London and makes Brockenhurst village a property hot spot.

Brockenhurst is the largest village in the New Forest, a thriving and lively mix of community and cachet, quality and quirky with all the necessary essentials of a proper working village - butcher, bakery and greengrocer, full quota of cafes and tea houses, plus services such as doctor, dentist and post office. Work into the equation the unexpected and the glamorous: premier golf course, luxurious spa and top restaurants such as The Pig (the first in the group of hip country house hotels) and Cambium (fine dining at Careys Manor)... It all makes Brockenhurst a gem in the heart of the Forest.

Property ranges from Edwardian villas to thatched timber-framed cottages, and imaginative new builds to old Forest lodges. Many properties have access or views to open Forest and almost all are within walking distance of the station. Looking for an Estate Agent in Brockenhurst? Spencers are here to help.

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£2,950,000

Brockenhurst

  • Bedrooms Bedrooms: 5
  • Bathrooms Bathrooms: 4
  • Receptions Living Rooms: 4

Arguably one of the finest private residences in Brockenhurst, occupying a prime position in the much sought after location of Armstrong Road, close to the centre of the village and many local amenities. This wonderful home is set in delightful south facing grounds extending to approximately 0.75 acres and further benefits from an outdoor swimming pool.

Property Details

  • Tenure: Freehold

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