The property enjoys a semi-rural location on Pitmore Lane within easy reach of the amenities and facilities of Sway. The village benefits from a range of local shops, a well-regarded primary school, two public houses, a popular tennis club and a mainline rail station offering a direct link to London Waterloo (approx. 1 hour 55 minutes). The popular village of Brockenhurst (3.5 miles) is within easy reach offering a wider range of amenities and facilities, as is the delightful waterside Georgian market town of Lymington (2 miles), which provides a comprehensive array of facilities for the sailing enthusiast and a popular Saturday county market.

A large hedge provides excellent screening and privacy to the front and opens onto a driveway providing off road parking and access to the integral garage.

The beautiful rear garden enjoys a southerly aspect and is mainly laid to lawn with an array of established trees and mature shrubs to the boundaries. The rear garden provides an ideal space for family recreation and is a haven of tranquillity. A large rear terrace along the back of the house is ideal for al fresco dining.

The property enjoys a semi-rural location on Pitmore Lane within easy reach of the amenities and facilities of Sway. You can walk to the open forest in 10 minutes down quiet country lanes.

The village benefits from a range of local shops, a well-regarded primary school, two public houses, a popular tennis club and a mainline rail station offering a direct link to London Waterloo (approx. 1 hour 55 minutes). The popular village of Brockenhurst (3.5 miles) is within easy reach offering a wider range of amenities and facilities, as is the delightful waterside Georgian market town of Lymington (2 miles), which provides a comprehensive array of facilities for the sailing enthusiast and a popular Saturday county market.

A large hedge provides excellent screening and privacy to the front and opens onto a driveway providing off road parking and access to the integral garage.

The beautiful rear garden enjoys a southerly aspect and is mainly laid to lawn with an array of established trees and mature shrubs to the boundaries. The rear garden provides an ideal space for family recreation and is a haven of tranquillity. A large rear terrace along the back of the house is ideal for al fresco dining.

A solid wood door with glazed side panels lead into a welcoming hallway where the stairs rise to the first floor and to the rear of the hall is a beautifully decorated cloakroom and a well designed utility area and small study.

A door leads into a family snug with glazed doors leading out to the southerly terrace and garden.

The open plan family kitchen/dining room is a feature of note being immaculate and spanning the entire depth of the house. It has been designed to an exacting finish with bi folding doors leading onto the south facing terrace and enclosed garden. The navy wooden kitchen units provide extensive storage provision with quartz work surfaces and incorporate a peninsular style breakfast bar. Both the kitchen and hallway have limestone tiles. Integral appliances include a dishwasher, microwave, wine cooler, dual electric fan ovens with large gas hob and an extractor unit above. There is space for an American style fridge freezer and ample room for dining furniture and a seating area enjoying views over the garden.

The main sitting room, accessed from the hall, has a lovely wooden fire surround with an inset log burning stove and a picture window to the front aspect.

The first floor accommodation comprises a principal bedroom suite with floor to ceiling fitted mirrored wardrobes and an en suite shower room with attractive blue tiling, large shower cubicle, vanity unit and WC.

There are three more double bedrooms served by the family bathroom which offers a vanity unit incorporating storage, the WC and a shower.

A solid wood door with glazed side panels lead into a welcoming hallway where the stairs rise to the first floor and to the rear of the hall is a beautifully decorated cloakroom and a well designed utility area and small study.

A door leads into a family snug with glazed doors leading out to the southerly terrace and garden.

The open plan family kitchen/dining room is a feature of note being immaculate and spanning the entire depth of the house. It has been designed to an exacting finish with bi folding doors leading onto the south facing terrace and enclosed garden. The navy wooden kitchen units provide extensive storage provision with quartz work surfaces and incorporate a peninsular style breakfast bar. Both the kitchen and hallway have limestone tiles. Integral appliances include a dishwasher, microwave, wine cooler, dual electric fan ovens with large gas hob and an extractor unit above. There is space for an American style fridge freezer and ample room for dining furniture and a seating area enjoying views over the garden.

The main sitting room, accessed from the hall, has a lovely wooden fire surround with an inset log burning stove and a picture window to the front aspect.

A large hedge provides excellent screening and privacy to the front and opens onto a gravelled driveway providing off road parking and access to the integral garage.

The beautiful rear garden enjoys a southerly aspect and is mainly laid to lawn with an array of established trees and mature shrubs to the boundaries. The rear garden provides an ideal space for family recreation and is a haven of tranquillity. A large rear terrace along the back of the house is ideal for al fresco dining.

The property enjoys a semi-rural location on Pitmore Lane within easy reach of the amenities and facilities of Sway. You can walk to the open forest in 10 minutes down quiet country lanes.

The village benefits from a range of local shops, a well-regarded primary school, two public houses, a popular tennis club and a mainline rail station offering a direct link to London Waterloo (approx. 1 hour 55 minutes).

The popular village of Brockenhurst (3.5 miles) is within easy reach offering a wider range of amenities and facilities, as is the delightful waterside Georgian market town of Lymington (2 miles), which provides a comprehensive array of facilities for the sailing enthusiast and a popular Saturday county market.

A solid wood door with glazed side panels lead into a welcoming hallway where the stairs rise to the first floor and to the rear of the hall is a beautifully decorated cloakroom and a well designed utility area and small study.

A door leads into a family snug with glazed doors leading out to the southerly terrace and garden.

The open plan family kitchen/dining room is a feature of note being immaculate and spanning the entire depth of the house. It has been designed to an exacting finish with under floor heating, bi folding doors leading onto the south facing terrace and enclosed garden. The navy wooden kitchen units provide extensive storage provision with quartz work surfaces and incorporate a peninsular style breakfast bar. Both the kitchen and hallway have limestone tiles. Integral appliances include a dishwasher, microwave, wine cooler, dual electric fan ovens with large gas hob and an extractor unit above. There is space for an American style fridge freezer and ample room for dining furniture and a seating area enjoying views over the garden.

The main sitting room, accessed from the hall, has a lovely wooden fire surround with an inset log burning stove and a picture window to the front aspect.

The first floor accommodation comprises a principal bedroom suite with floor to ceiling fitted mirrored wardrobes and an en suite shower room with attractive blue tiling, large shower cubicle, vanity unit and WC.

There are three more double bedrooms served by the family bathroom which offers a vanity unit incorporating storage, the WC and a shower.

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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£925,000

Sway, Lymington

  • Bedrooms Bedrooms: 4
  • Bathrooms Bathrooms: 2
  • Receptions Living Rooms: 2

A stunning and immaculate newly extended four bedroom family house with south west facing garden and integral garage.

Finished to an exacting specification to include bi-folding doors from the magnificent kitchen/dining room. Light and uplifting in design and decor and we recommend viewing at the earliest opportunity.

Property Details

  • Tenure: Freehold

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