Forest living at its finest! This remarkable property has all bases covered in terms of expansive accommodation on a single floor with breath-taking views directly across the open forest to distant horizons. There are direct walks from the doorstep over the surrounding countryside with a very good pub and shop in the village. 

The nearby centres of Lymington and Brockenhurst provide sailing facilities and direct trains to London respectively with Lymington also offering a wide range of shops and a Saturday market.

The bungalow is very sensibly arranged with spacious rooms which are designed to take full advantage of the spectacular views to the front and gardens to the rear. The front door opens to a central hall from which one can access the study (bedroom 4) and three further double bedrooms. The master bedroom has a dressing area and en suite shower room. There is also a family bathroom with bath and separate shower.

A door from the hallway leads through to the expansive sitting room with a central fireplace fitted with a wood burning stove and a separate archway leading to the dining room with sliding doors to the garden. Leading off the sitting room is the kitchen / breakfast room complete with fitted units, recessed lighting and space for a central breakfast table and a breakfast bar in front of the window with views over the Forest. Beyond the kitchen is a contemporary cloakroom with shower, ideal for post muddy dog walking. There is a very appealing conservatory off the inner hall which takes in the glorious views of both the Forest and garden.

The landscaped gardens are a particular feature of the house and have been beautifully planted and cared for over many years to create a space that is both charming and varied. Towards the house, the garden is more structured which several well planted mature flower beds and distinct seating areas. The rear of the garden is laid to lawn, beautifully landscaped and provides more open level space bordered by mature trees and hedging. 

To the north side of the garden is a specifically designed area for relaxing and entertaining with a large paved terrace ideal for outdoor dining that is serviced from a detached outbuilding currently arranged as a bar and games room with a sun terrace above. This building also has an adjoining room with a separate entrance currently set up as a gym. 

Next to the bungalow is a separate orchard planted with a range of fruit trees and an attracted well with a side gate that provides access to the front of the bungalow.

The property is approached over a cattle grid and through a five bar gate providing access to the drive where there is ample parking adjacent to the triple detached garage with room for multiple cars. Behind is a converted stable with a wood store, work shop and garden storage area. 

Services

Oil fired central heating. Private drainage. Mains water & electricity.

There are Photovoltaic solar panels on the roof of the garage which provide additional electricity to the house.

Council Tax – Band E

EPC – B Current: 87 Potential: 95

Living in Beaulieu

Beaulieu, as its name suggests, is beautiful. This village is a jewel of the New Forest, sitting prettily beside the River Beaulieu with Palace House, the seat of the Montagu family, as backdrop. This is an estate village which has been in the keeping of the Montagu family for 477 years. Today Beaulieu is familiar worldwide for the National Motor Museum, but the village attracts visitors, too. It has a quaint High Street of smart independents in pretty brick and timber-framed period properties, including art gallery, chocolate studio, floral designer, plus gift shops, tea room, village stores, garden centre, community garden and the village school (rated ‘good’ by Ofsted).

Beaulieu is also home to Beaulieu Garage (specialising in classic and vintage cars) and Terrace Restaurant at the Montagu Arms, the only restaurant in the New Forest to hold a Michelin Star. Along the road towards picturesque Hatchet Pond is Beaulieu Organic Farm Shop.

As for property, there are some good-sized period country houses, while Dock Lane, which runs alongside the river, is considered one of the most prestigious addresses in the Forest with a selection of stunning architect-designed modern builds.

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£1,200,000

East Boldre, Brockenhurst

  • Bedrooms Bedrooms: 4
  • Bathrooms Bathrooms: 3
  • Receptions Living Rooms: 3

A superbly positioned three bedroom detached bungalow with spectacular uninterrupted views across the open Forest with a beautifully maintained 1 acre west facing garden, triple garage, off street parking and extensive detached garden room / games room. 


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74 High Street
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SO41 9AL

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