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A fine Edwardian family home in a prestigious location in the popular village of Brockenhurst and close to the New Forest National Park. The property has been subject to a programme of tasteful redecoration and extensive external works. Chain free.
THE PROPERTY AT A GLANCE
The accommodation layout is detailed on the floor plan within these particulars, but the following is particularly worthy of note:
Greenacre was built at the turn of the last century and is of excellent proportions set in a mature plot of approximately 0.5 acre
The ground floor layout flows from the spacious reception hall
Large well appointed kitchen/breakfast room with underfloor heating and adjoining large utility room
Impressive formal dining room with stunning fireplace and views over the garden
Well proportioned drawing room with ornate plaster cornices and marble surround to the fireplace
Family room/study with a Clearview woodburning stove
Spacious landing with stairs to the second floor
Four double bedrooms , one with en suite shower room and feature fireplaces and wardrobes
Large family bathroom with separate shower
Separate guest shower room
Two double bedrooms with feature fireplaces
Spacious bathroom with separate shower
In all accommodation of approximately 336 sq m (3617 sq ft)
Double garage and plenty of off road parking
Wide terrace with former stable now a workshop, log store and summer house
Landscaped gardens edged by a low wall
Pathway through a woodland area and over a small stream
Greenacre is situated in a highly desirable location in the village of Brockenhurst which sits in the New Forest National Park.
It is approximately 0.6 miles from the popular village centre and a mainline railway station to London Waterloo (approximately 90 minutes). In the village are 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 electricity, gas, water and drainage.
Council tax band: H
From our office in Gosport Street proceed out of the town and take the second exit off the roundabout on to Marsh Lane and at the next roundabout take the second exit in the direction of Brockenhurst on to the A337. Proceed in to the village of Brockenhurst and cross over the railway line. Take the second left in to Brookley Road and drive through the village centre. Cross over the ford and turn right in to Burley Road which joins Rhinefield Road. Proceed past Meerurt Road on the right and take the third turning on the left in to Forest Park Road. The property is a short drive up this road and located on the left hand side .