A vaulted and glazed entrance porch leads to the hallway where the beautiful oak turning staircase rises to the first floor and part-galleried landing. The large triple aspect sitting room has doors to the patio and rear garden and an attractive fireplace with open fire. The separate dining room is accessed via oak bi-folding doors from the sitting room and has a further set of bi-fold doors to the large conservatory with a lovely outlook over the rear garden. There is also another sun lounge enjoying similar views. The kitchen/breakfast room is fitted with a range of units with Corian worktops, incorporating a sink with waste disposal unit, integrated twin Just Stoves double ovens, touch control Kuppersbusch electric hob with Gaggenau extractor over, space for dishwasher, integrated fridge and separate freezer. The utility room is where the wall mounted gas fired boiler is located with space for further appliances and plumbing for washing machine. The study/workshop has useful built in storage. The ground floor double bedroom has an adjoining wet room fitted with a white suite comprising a level access shower area, wash basin, WC and heated towel rail. Agents note: This area, incorporating the study/workshop lends to use as a self contained annex, if required.

The first floor landing has a double airing cupboard and access to the large loft space which is fully boarded, has a Velux window and could be converted to further accommodation, subject to the necessary permissions. There are four first floor double bedrooms, three having en suite shower rooms and the principal bedroom benefits from a dressing area and an en suite bathroom.

The property is situated in a conveniently central location in the heart of the village, being just a few minutes walk from the mainline railway station (London Waterloo approx. 90 minutes), general convenience stores, doctors surgery, public house and the highly regarded St Lukes Primary School.

The open forest can be accessed from Adlams Lane, within 2 minutes walk, as well as at the end of Brighton road. The Georgian market town of Lymington, famed for its river, marinas, yacht clubs, boutique shops and coastline, is within an easy 4 mile drive over the forest. The neighbouring New Forest village of Brockenhurst, again with a mainline rail connection, offers further leisure, shopping and educational amenities, as well as a popular 18 hole championship golf course.

Ornate iron entrance gates with brick pillars open onto the large block paved driveway and parking area, detached garage with electric roller door, power and light. There is another enclosed vehicle store and ample room for storage of boats/camper van etc. The front and side gardens have specimen trees and enclosed along one side by a high brick wall laid mainly to lawn with an attractive raised ornamental pond, raised vegetable bed, a sunny southerly aspect, colourful flower and shrub borders, a reclaimed brick boundary wall, outdoor sockets and solar hot water panels to the rear.

Living in Sway

This leafy village on the southern edge of the New Forest has everything you could want for family life in the Forest. There’s a village primary school rated ‘outstanding’ by Ofsted, a vibrant community with annual carnival, village hall (activities range from archery to yoga), plus cricket, football and tennis clubs. And while there’s easy access to the Forest’s open grassland, heathland and woodland for dog walking and cycling, Sway is off the Forest’s usual tourist tracks and feels peaceful and relaxed.

The village centre combines the unusual with the desirable: a contemporary arts hub, quality businesses like Sway Woodburning Centre, mainline railway station, choice of popular pubs, good cafe/deli, award-winning butcher’s, village store and post office among others.

Property is an attractive pick ‘n’ mix of everything including substantial country houses, individual modern builds in good-sized plots, family homes, imaginative refurbishments, closes of quality new terraces, chalet bungalows and a smattering of Edwardian semi-detached villas and thatched cottages.

Sway’s claims to fame include 200-foot high Sway Tower, the tallest structure made out of non-reinforced concrete, and the countryside around Sway was the setting for Captain Marryat’s work The Children of the New Forest.

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£1,050,000

Sway, Lymington

  • Bedrooms Bedrooms: 5
  • Bathrooms Bathrooms: 5
  • Receptions Living Rooms: 3

VACANT POSSESSION. A bespoke and spacious five bedroom detached house with double garage, mature part-walled south facing garden and extending to over 2500 sq.ft. in size. The impressive gated entrance leads to this attractive house constructed some 19 years ago from reclaimed Beaulieu bricks. Situated within a short walk from the forest and the village amenities, as well as the mainline railway station with links to London Waterloo.  

Property Details

  • Tenure: Freehold

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56 Brookley Road
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SO42 7RA

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