A pleasant and established residential road within easy reach of the town centre of Ferndown. The town offers a good range of shops, leisure facilities, cafes, restaurants and a championship golf course. Excellent road links provide convenient access to the larger coastal towns of Bournemouth, Christchurch and Poole, with their beautiful beaches (approx. 10 miles south), and the easily accessible A31 provides links to the historic market town of Ringwood and the beautiful New Forest (approx. 6 miles east) offering thousands of acres of natural heath and woodland. Southampton is approximately 25 miles east (via the M27). There are airports at both Southampton and Bournemouth.


Exit Ringwood along the A31 heading west, continue right to Ferndown and take the last exit just off the roundabout adjacent to Supermarket heading along Wimborne. Go through traffic lights and then take the second road on your right into Pinewood road, then next left into Beaufoys Avenue and then next left into Beaufoys close, you will then come to the property in front of you.


Energy Performance Rating: B

Available download speeds of 60 Mbps (Superfast Ofcom)

All Mains Connected

Council Tax Band: G


The rear garden is mostly laid to lawn planting beds surrounding the borders keeping it low maintenance and easily accessible. It is on a sunny westerly aspect allowing ample afternoon/evening sun. The property also comes with a garage in a block and Stratford Place also has ample additional parking spaces

The Georgian market town of Lymington offers cosmopolitan shopping and a picturesque harbour as well as two deep water marinas and outstanding sailing facilities. The town is surrounded by the natural beauty of the New Forest National Park. To the north is the New Forest village of Lyndhurst and Junction 1 of the M27 which links to the M3 for access to London. There is a branch line train link to Brockenhurst Railway Station (approximately 5.5 miles) which provides a half hourly service to London Waterloo with a journey time of approximately 90 minutes.

Upon entering through the inviting front door, you are greeted by a cozy porch leading seamlessly into a spacious sitting room. Bathed in natural light streaming through windows overlooking the picturesque front garden, this room sets the stage for relaxation and comfort, complemented by the warmth of an electric stove.

Flowing effortlessly from the sitting room is the well-appointed kitchen, featuring a blend of floor-standing and wall-mounted cupboards and drawers, alongside a four-ring gas hob with an extractor, two Hotpoint ovens and a free standing fridge freezer. 

There is a renovated modern bathroom, where indulgence awaits with a large overhead shower and thoughtfully designed bathroom cabinets. There is also a separate cloakroom. Adjacent to the bathroom lies the master bedroom, offering views of the garden and ample storage space within its built-in wardrobe cupboard.

The second bedroom, currently utilized as an office, presents itself as a spacious room, complete with built-in cupboards for added convenience. From here, a delightful conservatory beckons, which has access to the west-facing garden. 


Stanley Road is a most sought after location to the south of the High Street and within minutes of the marinas and sailing clubs of the Georgian market town of Lymington. This cosmopolitan town also offers diverse shopping facilities, a picturesque harbour and is surrounded by the outstanding natural beauty of the New Forest National Park. To the north is the New Forest village of Lyndhurst and Junction 1 of the M27 which links to the M3 for access to London. There is a branch line train link to Brockenhurst Railway Station (approximately 5.5 miles) which provides a half hourly service to London Waterloo with a journey time of approximately 90 minutes.

5 Stanley Road – The property offers an abundance of period features including the original front door and stained glass windows. The main entrance hallway, with stairs leading to the first floor and doors to all main ground floor reception accommodation, offers a welcoming space. The living room with high ceilings and a south facing bay window offers a light and bright space and boasts original wood flooring throughout. An archway leads through to the dining area which enjoys views and door access into the rear garden. The kitchen is in need of modernising and would benefit from opening up into the dining room. There is an under stairs cloak room and a snug room with a pretty bay window and views over the rear garden. The bedrooms are located over two floors with the main bedroom being at the front of the property. The double bedroom benefits from the natural light from the south facing window as well as built in wardrobes. There is a further double and single bedroom on this floor with views over the rear garden. All bedrooms are serviced by the family bathroom. The loft has been converted and provides two further bedrooms or a useful home office space.

3 Stanley Road – The property now requires modernising but still offers spacious and original period features. The hallway with under stairs storage leads through to the dated kitchen area with a breakfast sun room, separate dining room over looking the rear garden and a spacious lounge to the front. There are three double bedrooms on the first floor with the family bathroom which now requires updating. Stairs continue to second floor with two further bedrooms.

The loft on both properties have been converted and provides two further bedrooms or a useful home office space. The landing on the top floor has a door connecting each house.

The property is positioned behind a low brick wall with a pretty lawned front garden. The combined gardens total an area of approximately 0.3 acres with number 3 having three quarters of the rear land, a driveway, double garage, large storage shed, fruit trees and patio. Number 5 has a patio, oak tree, mature hedging and a lawn approx 40 ft in depth.



Conveniently located in a quiet position within a level walk of the town centre of Ringwood and has the added benefit of a private health and sports club nearby. Ringwood is an old medieval market town offering a range of shopping facilities, boutiques, cafe’s, restaurants and excellent schools for all ages, both state and private. For the commuter, the cities of Salisbury and Southampton are easily reached via the A338 and the A31 and London is just an hour away via a train from Southampton Parkway. The larger shopping towns of Bournemouth (10 miles south) and Southampton (20 miles east), both of which have airports that are easily accessible.


From the central Ringwood roundabout, take the exit onto Mansfield Road/B3347 and through two sets of traffic lights. At the mini roundabout turn left into Christchurch Road. Proceed straight ahead at the next two roundabouts. After a further 0.2 miles, passing David Lloyd on your right, turn right into Meadowlands. Follow the road round to the left until you come to the property on your left-hand side.

Ashley Heath, Ringwood


The property is situated in a sought-after location within the beautiful Ashley Heath, close to the Ringwood Forest and Moors Valley Country Park and golf course, with acres of natural woodland ideal for walking, cycling and riding. There is also a local convenience shop and bus stop within a short distance. The popular market town of Ringwood is approximately 1.5 miles distant, offering an excellent variety of shopping facilities, boutiques, cafes and restaurants as well as two supermarkets and two leisure centres. For commuters the A338 provides easy access to the larger coastal towns of Bournemouth and Christchurch (approx. 8 miles South) and the easily accessible A31 links to Southampton (approx. 18 miles East), via the M27. There are international airports at both Bournemouth and Southampton.


Exit Ringwood onto the A31 (via roundabout), head east and then come off shortly, signposted Poulner. Turn left at the roundabout and then left again at the T junction taking you over the A31, then right re-joining the A31 heading west. Go past Ringwood until you reach the next roundabout and come off the A31 taking the third exit onto the Horton road. Continue along this road and after about half a mile, turn left opposite Struan Gardens into an unmade lane Ashley Drive North and you will come to the property shortly on your right.



The property is situated within a minutes walk of Hightown Lakes and beautiful open forest – offering thousands of acres of heath and woodland ideal for walking, cycling and riding. Located on the edge of the scenic Avon Valley, the market town of Ringwood is approximately a miles distant, offering a comprehensive range of independent and high street shops, a good variety of restaurants and cafes, in addition two supermarkets, two leisure centres and excellent state and private schools. For commuters, the A31 is easily accessible, providing links to; the M27, leading to Southampton, Winchester and London beyond; and to the A338, leading to the larger coastal towns and beaches of Christchurch, Bournemouth and Poole. There are airports and train stations at both Bournemouth and Southampton, and regular National Express coaches depart from Ringwood to London Victoria, as well as local buses services to neighbouring towns.


From the central Ringwood roundabout, join the A31 heading East towards Southampton. After approximately 1 mile take the exit signposted to Poulner, Hightown & Crow. At the roundabout take the first exit and at the T junction turn right into Southampton Road. Proceed over the flyover and at the roundabout take the first exit. After a short distance turn right into Nouale Lane, and follow to the end. At the T junction turn right onto Hightown Hill, and then immediately left into Forest Lake Avenue. Take the next right and turn into Ashley Close and the property can be found set back from the road on your left.


The beautiful Georgian market town of Lymington with its cosmopolitan shopping and picturesque harbour is within easy reach of the property. Also within walking distance are the two large deep water marinas and sailing clubs for which the town has gained its status as a world renowned sailing resort, as well as an open-air seawater bath that was built in 1833. Lymington has a number of independent shops including some designer boutiques and is surrounded by the outstanding natural beauty of the New Forest National Park. On Saturday, a market is held in the High Street, the origins of which probably date back to the 13th century. To the north is the New Forest village of Lyndhurst and Junction 1 of the M27 which links to the M3 for access to London. There is also a branch line train link to Brockenhurst Railway Station (approx. 5.5 miles) which gives direct access to London Waterloo in approximately 90 minutes.

The house is approached via a private drive providing off road parking for one car.  To the rear of the house is a low maintenance pathed garden with fence borders which provides the perfect space for entertaining or barbecues. There is a gate which provides access on to Campion Way, which allows for bicycles / kayaks to be brought in to the garden. 

The house is a superb example of elegant styling and extremely well thought out use of space which combine to provide peaceful and practical accommodation over two floors. The interior has been completely updated in recent years with both the kitchen and bathroom newly installed to a high standard. The front door opens to the fabulous open plan kitchen/breakfast room with stairs leading to the first floor. The sitting room has double doors opening on to the south facing garden and eye catching porcelain floors which run through the entire ground floor. The kitchen itself is open plan to the lounge with beautifully fitted with a window overlooking the front, a range of high gloss cupboard units, integral twin oven, electric hob, integrated fridge freezer, washing machine and dishwasher as well as a breakfast dining area. 

Upstairs there are two bedrooms. The main bedroom has excellent storage space with a large built in cupboard  while the second double bedroom overlooks the garden. There is a beautifully finished bathroom suite which features a bath with shower over.


The gardens lie to the rear of the property and are a stunning feature of Pilgrim and create a real oasis of calm at the heart of this vibrant town. They face due south allowing for light all day with the easterly aspect of the glazed wall in the kitchen allowing morning light to flood in. Immediately behind the house and enclosed by the kitchen wing is a York stone terrace which is flanked by mature pleached trees and forms the ideal space for outdoor dining, entertaining and relaxing. To the south of the terrace lie beautifully landscaped walled gardens with manicured paths leading through established flower beds and wisteria walks all carefully managed by an automated irrigation system. Beyond the wisteria walk the garden opens up with a characterful wrought iron gate in an old brick wall leading to a spectacular wide, level lawn and cleverly screened swimming area with heated pool and pool house. There is room for a nordic hot tub as well as a delightful traditional lean-to green house which has hosted many summer parties. Adjoining the house and accessible from both front and back is a long tandem garage. In addition to the immediately adjacent garage, there is a larger secure parking area just around the corner close to M&S where there is significant parking for boats and cars as well as a large double garage with electrically operated up and over door.

Pilgrim is quite simply one of Lymington’s finest houses. Combining convenience, privacy, security, parking and a beautiful south facing walled garden with swimming pool. This rare gem is expansive, inviting and comfortable while also offering beautifully proportioned accommodation that has been carefully restored by the current owners. Behind the elegant yet understated georgian double frontage lies a blend between traditional and contemporary design throughout. The recent renovation remains true to the property’s early 1700s roots while completely overhauling the house’s infrastructure to modern standards, with careful thought given to insulation, wiring, plumbing and lighting as well as underfloor heating throughout the majority of the ground floor. The principal reception rooms are designed around the south facing walled garden which offers far more space than one might imagine and extends to approximately half an acre. On the ground floor, the accommodation begins with a charming, cosy reception hall with painted beams, oak floors and a fireplace fitted with a modern wood burning stove. Leading from this hall is the drawing room with a delightful south facing bay window with garden views and a door opening onto the terrace and garden beyond. The drawing room also has a wide chimney breast with a wood burning stove and carved pale stone surround.

Also on the ground floor is a study / snug, again with a wood burning stove, full height wood panelling and ornate period style radiators. Moving through to the rear of the house is a charming family room, again with an open fireplace and wood burning stove. From here there is an electrically powered trapdoor which provides access to steps leading down to a characterful barrel vaulted cellar ideal for wine tasting parties. Beyond the family is the exceptional kitchen / dining room. The east wall of this superb room is glazed floor to ceiling providing an abundance of light and views across the York stone terrace to the garden beyond. In summer, four sets of crittall double glazed doors can be opened to join this room with the beautiful courtyard bringing the outside in.

The contemporary, wooden hand painted kitchen integrates a wide selection of top of the range appliances including several dishwashers, refrigeration and a variety of ovens. There is a large island which incorporates drawers and further storage as well as providing an impromptu and informal space for dining. Towards the far end of the room is a superb space for a large dining table for more formal meals. Also off the kitchen is a separate utility room with sink, work surfaces, cupboards and space for appliances. Stairs lead from the hall to the first floor where a central landing provides access to all bedrooms and the second floor. The master bedroom and en suite bathroom occupies the entire rear portion of the house and is beautifully decorated with built in wardrobes and views over the garden, there is also under floor heating and air conditioning in the master bedroom. The bathroom is expansive with a large walk in shower and free standing bath by Catchpole & Rye complete with Waterworks fittings. There are two further double bedrooms and two bathrooms (one en suite) on this floor. From the landing, stairs lead to the second floor where there is a landing with a door into the fourth double bedroom which has a separate dressing room with a free standing copper bath as well as a separate en suite shower room.

The house sits in one of the town’s most convenient locations on the south side of Lymington’s thriving High Street and within minutes of the marinas and sailing clubs of our charming market town. The town has a weekly Saturday market and also offers diverse shopping facilities, a charming harbour with a historic quay and is surrounded by the outstanding natural beauty of the New Forest National Park. The Forest lies predominantly to the north and offers endless walks and trails on which to walk, run, ride or cycle. To the south lies the coast with further walks towards Milford on Sea along the Sea Wall and unrivalled sailing facilities. To the north is the New Forest village of Lyndhurst and Junction 1 of the M27 which links to the M3 for access to London. There is a branch line train link to Brockenhurst Railway Station (approximately 5.5 miles) which provides a half hourly service to London Waterloo with a journey time of approximately 90 minutes. Pilgrim will be found opposite St Thomas’ Church on Lymington high Street.

Pennington, Lymington

An inviting oak front door, flanked by glazed side panels, ushers you into a spacious foyer adorned with a luxurious travertine floor and a convenient cloakroom. To the right, you’ll discover the elegant dining room, also featuring exquisite travertine flooring, an open fireplace with intricate detailing, and a mantelpiece. Adjacent to it, a utility room offers an oak worktop, providing space and plumbing for a washing machine and tumble dryer, along with a built-in electric oven and storage both above and below.

Moving on, the drawing room, enjoying views to the frontal and rear aspect garden, boasts a striking stone fireplace with a hearth, surround, and mantel, and is equipped with a wood-burning stove. The kitchen, adjacent to the drawing room, showcases a modern array of fitted units, complete with a distinctive electric Aga as the centre piece. It also includes an integrated split dishwasher, composite granite countertops with an oak strip breakfast bar, and room for an American-style fridge. The kitchen maintains a consistent aesthetic with its travertine flooring, which seamlessly transitions into the charming conservatory overlooking the garden.

For added convenience, a cloakroom with a WC and a vanity unit featuring a bowl-style wash basin is also on the ground floor.

As you ascend the staircase, fitted with glazed inserts, you’ll find an under stairs cupboard and a wine chiller, leading to the main landing, characterized by striking floor-to-ceiling windows. The first bedroom is a splendid double aspect room, boasting an en suite shower room and a spacious walk-in wardrobe. The second bedroom offers views of the front garden and its own en suite shower room. Bedrooms three and four are generously proportioned doubles, sharing a family bathroom complete with a Jacuzzi bath, a low-level WC, a distinctive wash basin with a stone bowl and countertop, and a travertine-tiled floor with underfloor heating.

The house sits on a charming leafy lane just to the south west of Lymington and close to open parks, marinas and sea front walks. The house and grounds are extremely private and peaceful while remaining highly convenient for Lymington’s recreational facilities. The open spaces of Woodside Park lie to the east with extensive open coastal spaces lying to the south where there are several rural pubs and the starting point for superb coastal walks to Lymington marinas in the east and Keyhaven & Milford on Sea to the west.

Lymington lies just to the north east and has a weekly Saturday market as well as a historic High Street offering a range of pubs, restaurants, boutique shops and chain stores. There are a wealth of sailing clubs and marinas providing exceptional access to The Solent.

The New Forest National Park lies to the north with excellent walks and cycle rides over the unspoilt open countryside. There are two direct trains per hour to London Waterloo from Brockenhurst Station (6 miles) taking approximately 1h 40m.

The entrance to the property is through sturdy oak gates at Lower Pennington Lane. These gates open onto a gravel driveway that includes a turnaround area and offers generous parking space for multiple vehicles. In the front of the property, there is a well-maintained lawn area, complemented by a mature hedgerow that faces the road. The property boundaries are clearly marked by sturdy close board fencing. The rear garden predominantly features a lush lawn and is graced with a charming summerhouse.  Furthermore, nestled within the rear garden is an annexe boasting its own ensuite shower room. Adjacent to the annexe and stretching along the side of the house is additional ancillary accommodation, complete with a fully equipped kitchen. This versatile space could also be easily transformed into an ideal home office.


Energy Performance Rating: C Current: 70 Potential: 79

Council Tax Band: G

Mains Services Connected


Fairfield Close is a superbly positioned no through road composed of nicely spaced individually designed houses. The property offers a particularly large plot, particularly when one considers its proximity to the town centre and Woodside Park. Despite its central location,  the property is private, quiet and highly convenient. Lymington is a vibrant market town with an excellent range of boutique shops, cafes and restaurants. There is superb recreational outside space at Woodside Park nearby beyond which lie beautiful walks along the Sea Wall. The town is renowned for its sailing community which is serviced by two sailing clubs and excellent marinas.

The property is approached via a five bar gate which leads to a block paved drive which provides ample turning and parking space. Towards the rear of the property is a large detached double garage providing additional parking and workshop space. There are pleasant gardens to both front and rear with the main portion of garden lying to the south of the house which is level and mostly laid to lawn.


All mains services are connected.

Council Tax: Band G

EPC – E Current 53, Potential 77

Superfast Broadband with speeds of up to 80 Mbps

This large chalet bungalow has a very generous footprint with accommodation providing a total of three/four bedrooms. The accommodation extends to nearly 1,900 square feet with significant potential for further extension, subject to the necessary consents.

There is an entrance porch, beyond which the front door opens to a generous reception hall with stairs to the first floor. From the hall one can access the principal reception rooms which include a dining room and large L-shaped living room which is loosely divided into sitting and family areas. Sharing a wall with the family room is the kitchen and an extremely spacious open plan living space could easily be created by linking the two if the wall were removed to building regulations standards. Both the family room and kitchen open onto a large conservatory and there is also a utility room off the kitchen beyond which is a w.c.

Completing the accommodation on the ground floor is a spacious double bedroom and en suite shower room. Upstairs is a central landing providing access to two double bedrooms and a separate family bathroom.