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An attractive 2/3 bedroom period semi-detached house in the centre of the well regarded village of Sandleheath. No onward chain.
1, Fernlea is an attractive semi-detached house of red brick elevation believed to date from the early 1900s. In recent the years the house has been improved and reconfigured, with benefits including a replacement kitchen and shower room, replacement conservatory made open plan to the kitchen and creation of the open plan style sitting/dining rooms. Externally the property benefits from an attractive enclosed rear garden almost 100' in length featuring a useful timber cabin/workshop and two brick outhouses. For those purchasers seeking a swift move the house is being sold with the benefit of no onward chain.
Entrance Lobby Stairs to first floor.
Sitting Room Fire place housing wood burning stove on slate hearth. Open to:
Dining Room Fireplace (blocked).
Cloakroom W.C. Wash hand basin.
Kitchen/Conservatory Units at base and eye level comprising cupboards and drawer. Work surface over. Single bowl stainless steel sink with mixer tap and drainer. Neff 4 ring gas fired hob. Neff oven and grill. Plumbing and space for dishwasher. Space for fridge/freezer. Oak floor. Part glazed breakfast/conservatory area with double doors into garden.
Landing Roof access.
Bedroom 1 Built-in wardrobe and cupboards.
Shower Room Corner shower cubicle. Wash hand basin. WC. Chrome heated towel rail.
Bedroom 2 Built-in shelved cupboards. Door to:
1, Fernlea occupies a position in the centre of the popular village of Sandleheath, a thriving community with a shop and sub-Post Office immediately next door, a church, tennis club and scout hall. Fordingbridge (approximately 1.5 miles) offers a range of local shops, a building society, library and an excellent health centre. The local area has a good choice of reputable schools within both the state and private sectors; Western Downland at Rockbourne and Damerham, Fordingbridge Infant and Junior School, Burgate Secondary and Sixth Form and Forres Sandle Manor. The local road network provides access to the regional centres of Salisbury, Bournemouth and Southampton; all have mainline links to London, with airports at the latter two. The surrounding countryside provides walking, riding and cycling opportunities via a number of paths and bridleways, whilst the New Forest National Park lies approximately 3 miles to the East.
To the front a pedestrian gate inset to a low level wall provides access via a short flight of steps to the front door and a side gate providing access to the rear.
The rear garden is predominantly laid to lawn with a garden path running through from a small terrace area adjoining the rear of the house. The lawn is bordered and interspersed with mature shrub and flower beds. At the foot of the garden is a useful timber cabin/store with light and power connected. A pedestrian gate opens to a gravelled parking area for 2 cars and a timber store. Adjacent to the cottage are two brick outhouses, one of which has plumbing for a washing machine.
New Forest District Council. Tax band D. Amount payable 2017/18: £1,604.
Mains gas, water, electricity and drainage. Gas-fired central heating.
Leave Fordingbridge travelling in the signposted direction of Sandleheath/Damerham. Upon entering the village continue until reaching the village shop and Coronation Terrace, where Fernlea will be located immediately beyond the shop on the left hand side. The parking area is located and accessed from the small village lane running behind the shop.