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A stunning former rectory of approx 3552 sq ft, set in glorious grounds on the outskirts of the village of Brockenhurst. The property has a three bedroom annexe currently used as a successful holiday let.
'Setley Brake East' is a substantial part of a former Rectory dating back to the late 1800's
It has a stunning, light and bright family room with roof lanterns and French doors to the garden.
There is a cosy snug with French doors onto the family room.
The sitting room is dual aspect and light filled with French doors to the family room and a large feature window overlooking the neighbouring gardens.
The first floor has three double bedrooms, two with en-suite shower rooms and a family bathroom.
The second floor consists of two double bedrooms with a family bathroom.
There are two double bedrooms and one large single.
The annexe has an open plan kitchen/sitting room with patio doors onto the patio garden.
There is plenty of off-road parking.
The gardens are beautifuly landscaped and amount to just over an acre.
Planning permission has been granted for a three bay timber car port (PP: 17/00402).
Setley Brake East is situated on the sought after Tile Barn Lane, a leafy forest road on the outskirts of the village of Brockenhurst, which sits in the New Forest National Park.
The property sits between the open New Forest and the popular village with its mainline railway station to London Waterloo (approximately 2 hours). In the village there is an extensive range of local shops, restaurants, a popular tertiary college and the renowned Brokenhurst Golf Club.
A short drive away is Lymington with its large range of shops and boutiques, supermarkets and restaurants. The High Street leads to the quaint cobbled street of Quay Hill and the Marinas and Yacht Clubs beyond, which offer plenty of opportunities for the water sports enthusiast.
There are many well regarded private and state schools within a short drive, including Priestlands Secondary School, Walhampton Independent School and Ballard School.
The M27 can be accessed at Junction 1 or 2 and links to the M3 affording easy access to Winchester, Basingstoke and London.
SERVICES AND COUNCIL TAX
Mains electricicty, gas, water and drainage.
Council Tax Band: G
From our office in Gosport Street proceed out of the town on Marsh Lane in the direction of Brockenhurst on the A337. Proceed for approximately 4 miles, past The Filly Inn and turn left on to Tile Barn Lane where the property can be found on the left hand side.