Occupying a delightful location with far reaching views to the rear, the property is shielded from direct sea frontage yet only a few moments from the cliff top. The bustling coastal village of Milford on Sea affords an excellent and diverse range of shops and restaurants, a number being clustered around the village green, which is within comfortable walking distance. The beautiful Georgian market town of Lymington , famous for its market, marinas and yacht clubs is situated approximately four miles due East of the village. Keyhaven is located within 2 miles with its sailing clubs, SSI nature reserve and river leading to the Solent and Hurst Castle. The village is well served by sought after local schooling and there is a golf course found at the nearby Barton on Sea. The coast line is renowned for its bathing beaches, coastal walks and picturesque scenery.

Occupying a delightful location with far reaching views to the rear, the property is shielded from direct sea frontage yet only a few moments from the cliff top. The bustling coastal village of Milford on Sea affords an excellent and diverse range of shops and restaurants, a number being clustered around the village green, which is within comfortable walking distance. The beautiful Georgian market town of Lymington , famous for its market, marinas and yacht clubs is situated approximately four miles due East of the village. Keyhaven is located within 2 miles with its sailing clubs, SSI nature reserve and river leading to the Solent and Hurst Castle. The village is well served by sought after local schooling and there is a golf course found at the nearby Barton on Sea. The coast line is renowned for its bathing beaches, coastal walks and picturesque scenery.

Occupying a delightful location with far reaching views to the rear, the property is shielded from direct sea frontage yet only a few moments from the cliff top. The bustling coastal village of Milford on Sea affords an excellent and diverse range of shops and restaurants, a number being clustered around the village green, which is within comfortable walking distance. The beautiful Georgian market town of Lymington , famous for its market, marinas and yacht clubs is situated approximately four miles due East of the village. Keyhaven is located within 2 miles with its sailing clubs, SSI nature reserve and river leading to the Solent and Hurst Castle. The village is well served by sought after local schooling and there is a golf course found at the nearby Barton on Sea. The coast line is renowned for its bathing beaches, coastal walks and picturesque scenery.

The approach is via large wooden gates to a brick paved driveway and in front of the garage there is parking for several vehicles. There is an attractive sunken terrace to the front, accessed from the dining room. The rear garden enjoys lovely views to the rear over the Danestream wooded walking area. A large entertaining terrace, ideal for al fresco dining, accessible from the kitchen and family snug. There are attractive brick walls with archways leading through a grape vine covered pergola which arrives at the next level with numerous colourful plantings and seating areas. Steps lead down to the third level with a lawned garden, raised decking area, wooden garden shed, vegetable areas and fruit trees. 

The flexible layout of this home is detailed on the floor plan, but the quality and attention to detail can only really be appreciated by viewing.  Stone steps at the front of the house lead to the reception hallway with a stunning staircase leading down to lower ground floor and the magnificent dining room and bespoke Neptune kitchen. The kitchen is very well designed with a central island and ample storage including a pantry. French doors lead to a large stone sun terrace to the rear. A door leads to the family snug also with French doors to the rear garden. To the ground floor doors leads to the study and the main reception room, which is a magnificent area with period features such as 10′ high ceilings and a feature fireplace as well as tall wooden casement windows. Part of this room, which runs the entire depth of the house, has been set out as a drawing room with comfortable sofas and wonderful far reaching garden views. A door leads to the music room fitted with wall to ceiling bookcases.
To the first and second floor there are six bedrooms which comprise a master bedroom suite, with balcony and adjacent designer wet room plus two further double bedrooms and well-appointed family bathroom to the first floor. On the top floor there are three further bedrooms, one with a walk in dressing room, which retains plumbing from a previous en-suite shower. 

The approach is via large wooden gates to a brick paved driveway and in front of the garage there is parking for several vehicles. There is an attractive sunken terrace to the front, accessed from the dining room. The rear garden enjoys lovely views to the rear over the Danestream wooded walking area. A large entertaining terrace, ideal for al fresco dining, accessible from the kitchen and family snug. There are attractive brick walls with archways leading to a new stone patio seating area and extensive planting. Steps lead down to the third level with a lawned garden, raised decking area, wooden garden shed, vegetable areas and fruit trees.

The approach is via large wooden gates to a brick paved driveway and in front of the garage with boarded roof space there is parking for several vehicles. There is an attractive sunken terrace to the front, accessed from the dining room. The rear garden enjoys lovely views to the rear over the Danestream wooded walking area. A large entertaining terrace, ideal for al fresco dining, accessible from the kitchen and family snug. There are attractive brick walls with archways leading to a new stone patio seating area and extensive planting. Steps lead down to the third level with a lawned garden, raised decking area, wooden garden shed, vegetable areas and fruit trees.

The flexible layout of this home is detailed on the floor plan, but the quality and attention to detail can only really be appreciated by viewing.  Stone steps at the front of the house lead to the reception hallway with a stunning staircase leading down to the lower ground floor with magnificent dining room and bespoke Neptune kitchen. The kitchen is very well designed with a central island and ample storage including a pantry. French doors lead to a large stone sun terrace to the rear. A door leads to the family snug also with French doors to the rear garden. From the reception hallway doors lead to the study and the main reception room, which is a magnificent area with period features such as 10′ high ceilings and a feature fireplace as well as tall wooden casement windows. Part of this room, which runs the entire depth of the house, has been set out as a drawing room with comfortable sofas and wonderful far reaching garden views. A door leads to the music room fitted with wall to ceiling bookcases.
To the first and second floor there are six bedrooms which comprise a master bedroom suite, with balcony and adjacent designer wet room plus two further double bedrooms and well-appointed family bathroom to the first floor. On the top floor there are three further bedrooms, one with a walk in dressing room, which retains plumbing from a previous en-suite shower. 

The flexible layout of this home is detailed on the floor plan, but the quality and attention to detail can only really be appreciated by viewing.  Stone steps at the front of the house lead to the reception hallway with a stunning staircase leading down to the lower ground floor with magnificent dining room and bespoke Neptune kitchen. The kitchen is very well designed with a central island and ample storage including a pantry. French doors lead to a large stone sun terrace to the rear. A door leads to the family snug also with French doors to the rear garden. To the ground floor doors leads to the study and the main reception room, which is a magnificent area with period features such as 10′ high ceilings and a feature fireplace as well as tall wooden casement windows. Part of this room, which runs the entire depth of the house, has been set out as a drawing room with comfortable sofas and wonderful far reaching garden views. A door leads to the music room fitted with wall to ceiling bookcases.
To the first and second floor there are six bedrooms which comprise a master bedroom suite, with balcony and adjacent designer wet room plus two further double bedrooms and well-appointed family bathroom to the first floor. On the top floor there are three further bedrooms, one with a walk in dressing room, which retains plumbing from a previous en-suite shower. 

Living in Milford on Sea

Milford on Sea is currently a property hot spot. It is one of the last remaining seaside villages in Hampshire and is delightfully picturesque with a proper village green at its centre. This green is often the focus for popular village events such as maypole dancing and the annual food festival and is fringed by a range of independents (including antiques shops, butcher’s, chemists and greengrocer’s). Recently Milford has developed something of a reputation as a foodie destination with its collection of tea rooms, bistros, wine bar, fish and chips and specialist fish restaurant, plus more.

This is a vibrant village with a friendly and lively community, and appeals to both young families (the primary school has been rated ‘outstanding’ by Ofsted) and older couples looking for somewhere on the coast to relax. The old-fashioned seafront stretches from Hurst spit and Keyhaven nature reserve in the east towards Christchurch Harbour to the west, and enjoys lovely views across the Solent to the Isle of Wight and the Needles.

A good mix of properties includes striking contemporary seafront homes and cliff top apartments with big sea views, quaint terraced old fishermen’s cottages and some substantial 1920s and 1930s Ravenscroft arts and crafts influenced homes in and around Barnes Lane. Looking for an Estate Agent in Milford on Sea? Spencers are here to help.

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£1,795,000

Milford on Sea, Lymington

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

A substantial and imposing family home set on a generous plot, just one road back from the cliff top at Milford on Sea where there are far reaching views across Christchurch Bay to the Needles and within easy walking distance of the village centre. The house has a superb layout over four floors to include six bedrooms, a Neptune kitchen and four receptions rooms offering tremendous flexibility for families. Energy Efficiency Rating: 

Property Details

  • Council Tax: Band G
  • Tenure: Freehold

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