GUEST HOUSE

Access is provided via an enclosed entrance hall which incorporates cupboard space and space for a reception desk and leads into the kitchen/breakfast room, sitting room and the staircase leading to the first floor. The kitchen/breakfast room is fitted with a good range of high and low level timber units, with tiled work surfaces, splashback and both space and plumbing for kitchen appliances. From here access can be gained to the sitting room, which features a fireplace with wood burning stove with inset timber mantel over and tiled hearth with single aspect views to the front of the property. To the ground floor there are two good sized rooms which are currently being utilised as bedrooms. Bedroom five benefits from an abundance of natural light through French doors which lead out to the rear garden. Bedroom six benefits from an ensuite shower room and a door leading to the side of the property. The first floor offers four generously sized bedrooms. Bedroom one benefits from double aspect views of the surrounding countryside and also offers an ensuite shower room, comprising a shower cubicle, low level WC and hand washbasin. Bedroom two also features an ensuite shower room and has single aspect views over the front aspect of the property. Off the landing, to the right, is the third and fourth bedroom which have been successfully utilised for B&B purposes and are both serviced by a shower room, comprising of a low-level WC, shower cubicle and hand washbasin.

TEA ROOMS

The front door leads into a reception area with multi paned glazed door‚ wall mounted panelled radiator‚ lighting‚ serving counter and till point‚ opening through to a large, benched seating area offering an abundance of character with window overlooking the front and side. A hallway leads through to two cubicles with low level flush WC and a communal wall hung wash hand basin with tiled splash back. Window to rear‚ ceiling light point. Wall mounted Prima mains gas fired boiler serving the heating and how water systems. A full commercial set up with prep areas‚ range burners‚ ovens and wall mounted grills‚ fridge/freezer and a dishwasher area. Rear access door. Door then through to the storeroom which is a perfect store and prep area with shelving and a further large fridge unit. A large seating sits at the rear offering a seated service for up to roughly 40 covers at present in combinations of tables of 2‚ 4 or 6 all with a lovely outlook over the outside gardens. This area is well maintained and well-lit and offers comfortable accommodation. Wall mounted panelled radiators and thermostat control. Double doors lead at each of the room to the outside garden and seating area. From the rear seating area there is access to a good-sized outside area laid to a mix of paved and grassed areas and offering seating for a further 10 tables outside comfortably with further access to an outside WC.

SERVICES

Freehold: Title number HP226150.

Rateable Value – Guest House: The adopted rateable value is £6,500 as of 1st April 2023. Sourced from VOA.

Rateable Value – Tea Rooms: The adopted rateable value is £1,950 as of 1st April 2023. Sourced from VOA.

Energy Performance Rating – Guest House: Rating C. Available upon Request.

Energy Performance Rating – Tea Rooms: Rating D. Available upon Request.

VIEWING ARRANGEMENTS

With regards to viewing the subject property, this is to be done strictly by appointment through Spencers of the New Forest, Burley Office who are working in partnership with Keith Pattinson Commercial.

THE SITUATION

The property is centrally located in, arguably, one of the most beautiful and sought after villages in The New Forest, ideally situated to make full use of all the wonderful facilities the Forest has to offer. Whether it be sailing at nearby Lymington (12 miles) or golf at one of the many courses in the area including Brockenhurst with its mainline railway station (8 miles, Waterloo 90 mins.) The market town of Ringwood is but a short drive away (5 miles). The larger shopping towns of Southampton (20 miles) to the east and Bournemouth (16 miles) to the west, both with their airports, are easily accessible.

Living in Burley

The first Spencers New Forest office was established here in Burley, a honeypot village that feels untouched by time with its traditional cafes, cider farm, gift shops and tales of old smuggling routes, witches and dragons.

This is the New Forest on holiday as imagined by visitors: quaint and old-fashioned with ponies wandering down the high street. In Burley there’s a perpetual feeling of having escaped, that you are away from it all, especially as it is tucked in the lee of wooded slopes.

In fact Burley has easy access to the A31 (across heathland with spectacular views) and routes west to Bournemouth and east to Southampton, while the mainline station at Brockenhurst is only a short drive away across the Forest.

There’s a lovely sense of community in Burley and it is noticeable that once people move here many are reluctant to move out of the area. A range of activities to enjoy locally includes cycling, horse riding, coarse fishing and Burley Golf Club with a nine-hole heathland course.

The property market is dominated by picturesque thatched cottages and large country homes that feel discreetly hidden away, many with access to open Forest.

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£900,000

Burley, Ringwood

  • Bedrooms Bedrooms: 6
  • Bathrooms Bathrooms: 3
  • Receptions Living Rooms: 2

PROVEN GUEST HOUSE AND COMMERCIAL BUSINESS - A rare opportunity to purchase a proven guest house and commercial business, located within the sought-after New Forest village of Burley. Burley attracts a heavy footfall through tourism, and therefore, these properties provide a proven and steady income stream; ideal for investors!


Spencers Burley Office


The Cross
Burley
BH24 4AB

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