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Highfield Hall, Fordingbridge, Hampshire, SP6

££300,000 Guide

2 Bedroom Flat For Sale

A spacious maisonette forming part of a beautiful country house conversion offering beautifully presented accommodation extending to about 1,100 sq. ft. SHARE OF FREEHOLD.

Highfield Hall is a fine example of a Victorian country house built in 1866 by Josiah Reynolds Neave, a member of a local Quaker family who did much to expand the family milling business, one of the major employers in Fordingbridge at the time. Highfield Hall later served as a cottage hospital in 1948 and then a private nursing home which was sold and converted into 8 apartments and 1 maisonette in 2002. The building underwent a major refurbishment in 2016 with the roofs being replaced at that time. The entrance to No. 9 is on the ground floor which opens to a spacious stairwell that provides practical storage space, with a wide stair case turning to an elegant landing and study area. The accommodation is extremely well appointed with spacious rooms that uniformly benefit from gracious ceiling heights and large sash windows typical of the age. Further benefits of the apartment include an entry phone system, an allocated parking space and use of the lovely parkland style communal gardens.

Communal Entrance Lobby    Shared with No. 8 only.

Entrance Hall    Stairs to first floor. Useful storage space for coats and shoes.

Landing    Welcoming and spacious landing area with desk space.

Sitting/Dining Room    Dual aspect with doors at rear opening to Juliet balcony.

Kitchen    Comprehensively fitted with a range of units at base and eye level comprising cupboards and drawers. Granite work surface. Single bowl stainless steel sink with mixer tap and drainer. Integrated double oven, 4 ring gas fired hob with extractor over. Integrated fridge/freezer. Space and plumbing for washing machine. Cupboard housing Glow Worm combination boiler.

Bedroom 2    Rear aspect.

Bathroom    Wood panelled bath with shower attachment. Pedestal wash hand basin. WC. Tiled walls.

Bedroom 1    Rear aspect.

En Suite Shower Room    Tiled shower cubicle. Wash hand basin. WC. Tiled walls.

Highfield Hall enjoys a delightful rural location approximately 1 mile to the South-West of the Avonside town of Fordingbridge. The town has an array of health, educational and recreational facilities to offer, which include excellent doctors' and dentists' surgeries, reputable primary and secondary schools and a good range of local shops, a library and building society. The road network draws the commercial and employment centres of Salisbury, Southampton, Bournemouth and Poole within day to day striking distance, with mainline railway stations at Salisbury, Southampton and Bournemouth to London (Waterloo). International airports are at Southampton and Bournemouth. Situated on the fringe of the New Forest National Park, Fordingbridge is the ideal stepping stone for further exploration of the thousands of acres of heath and woodland the forest has to offer.

Highfield Hall is approached through an impressive gated entrance with electronically operated wrought iron gates opening to a tree-lined driveway that leads to a turning circle at the front of the Hall. Each apartment benefits from an allocated parking space and there are numerous Visitor parking spaces. The parking space for No. 9 is located just to the right hand side of the Hall, a short walk from the entrance.

PLEASE NOTE: Additional parking space is available within the grounds at a cost of £100.00 p.a.

The house itself is set in private gardens and delightful parkland style communal gardens that total approximately 3.75 acres. The communal gardens comprise well-tended areas of open lawn that feature many mature indigenous trees and are maintained within the annual maintenance charge.

New Forest District Council.

Mains water, electricity and drainage. LPG gas fired central heating.

From our office in Salisbury Street, turn right at the mini-roundabvout onto the High Street and follow to the far end. Turn left into Provost Street and continue in the direction of Alderholt. Upon leaving the town, ascend Bowerwood Hill for a short distance whereupon Highfield Hall will be found on the left hand side immediately before the junction of Ashford and Midgham Roads.




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Office Details

33 Salisbury Street

01425 655900