Redlynch Lodge in Redlynch is an imposing Victorian family home which is thought to have been constructd in 1966 for William Plaskett who was a local brick maker.
It has elegant and well proportioned accommodation with numerous period features commensurate with its age. The accommodation includes a hall, sitting room, dining room, cellar, kitchen, brekafast/family room, back hall with cloakroom, garden room, principal bedroom with en-suite bathroom, three further bedrooms and a wet room.
Attached to Redlynch Lodge is the former coach house which now either provides additonal accommodation or a sell contained annexe where the accommodation includes a laundry room, pantry, study, dining room, sitting room, two bedrooms and a bathroom. Outside there is a garage and extensive pasrking in addition to an established landscaped garden of approximately 1.5 acres.
Redlynch Lodge is set back from the Ridge in the popular village of Redlynch with Downton and the New Forest National Park both being a mile away. The guide price is £1,000,000.