A pretty detached cottage with scope for further improvement, situated in a quiet rural New Forest hamlet. Chain Free.
The accommodation layout is detailed on the floorplan within these particulars but the following is particularly worthy of note.
"Honey Cottage" is a delightful cottage which we believe originates from the 1920s, with later extensions.
The cosy sitting room features an attractive fireplace with a wood burner.
Light and airy open plan kitchen/dining room
South east facing conservatory with patio area.
There are two double bedrooms downstairs and a useful attic room which could be a study or occasional bedroom.
In all approximately 97.4 sq m (1048 sq ft) of accommodation.
A covered car port has a workshop beyond.
"Honey Cottage" would make an ideal lock up and leave or second home.
Nestling within the New Forest National Park, Norleywood is a peaceful Hampshire hamlet surrounded by glorious heathland and woods.
Norleywood is also within easy reach of Lymington High Street with its doctors' surgeries, dentists, pharmacies, large range of shops and boutiques, supermarkets and restaurants. The High Street leads to the quaint cobbled street of Quay Hill and the renowned Lymington Marinas and Yacht Clubs, which offer plenty of opportunities for the sailing enthusiast.
Lymington train station has a rail link to the main line station of Brockenhurst connecting to London Waterloo (under two hours away).
The M27 can be accessed at Junction 1 or 2 and links to the M3 affording easy access to Winchester, Basingstoke and London.
Southampton Airport Parkway and Bournemouth Airport provide easy and quick access to many domestic and international destinations.
There are many well regarded private and state schools within a short drive, including Priestlands Secondary School, Walhampton Independent School and Ballard School.
The pretty sunny predominantly south east facing garden wraps around the whole property and is approximately 0.25 acre (0.10 ha).
The garden is partly walled.
It is mainly to lawn with a variety of mature trees and shrubs and little seating areas dotted around.
The entrance is over a cattle grid from the lane. Ponies and cattle can often be seen outside the gate.
There is a workshop behind the covered car port and two sheds.
Mains electricity and water. Private drainage and oil fired central heating. Council Tax Band D.
Leaving our office in St Thomas Street proceed down the high street and along Gosport Street. At the roundabout take the second exit onto Bridge Road in the direction of Beaulieu.
Proceed over the river and continue up Walhampton Hill. At the Bull Hill crossroads turn right, signposted Norleywood. Drive through the village and take a right turn into Brook Hill and the property will be seen on the left hand side half way down this road.