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An imposing character property situated on a generous plot of approximately 0.30 acre offering potential to extend or develop (STPP). Situated in an ideal location overlooking woodland. 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:
Four large reception rooms with good ceiling height, three with dual aspect
Well equipped kitchen/breakfast room
Morning room and separate family room both with patio doors to the garden
Separate utility room
Dual aspect master bedroom with deep bay window and en-suite
Five further spacious double bedrooms, one en-suite and two dual aspect.
Two family bathrooms and a shower room
Generous sized, level plot of approximately 0.33 of an acre
Wide road frontage with ample space for boat or caravan storage
Potential to extend or detach from the adjoining building and develop subject to CLOPUD (certificate of proposed lawful use of development)
Potential to convert garage to an annexe subject to CLOPUD (certificate of proposed lawful use of development)
Planning permission granted for a flatlet and a further double garage subject to CLOPUD (certificate of proposed lawful use of development)
"Chewton Manor" is located in a delightful position on a quiet private lane opposite woods, you can walk through the 'Chewton Bunny', a Nature Reserve, to the local beach and Highcliffe village.
The property is also a short stroll from Chewton Common, Chewton Glen Hotel and Country Club with the James Martin Cookery School and Kitchen Restaurant and Coda Music School.
Highcliffe is a popular coastal town which offers safe, award winning beaches, a good choice of restaurants, cafés, pubs and shops. Further facilities and leisure choices are close by in neighbouring Christchurch.
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.
The nearby New Forest National Park provides an area of outstanding natural beauty, with ancient woods and heathland enjoyed by riders and walkers alike.
There are many well regarded private and state schools within a short drive, including Highcliffe Primary and Secondary School, Durlston Court School and Ballard School.
New Milton and Hinton Admiral stations are within a short distance of the property with trains to London in under two hours.
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
Main electricity, gas, water and drainage. Council tax band: F
From our offices in Gosport Street proceed up the High Street to the one way system. Take the left hand lane in the direction of New Milton. Stay on this road for approximately 7.7 miles passing the Royal Oak Pub at Downton, Lidl and the House Martin in Barton-on-sea. At the end of the road is the Chewon Glen Roundabout take the second exit and almost immediately right into Chewton Farm Road. Sea view Road is a short distance along on the left and no 3 will be found a little way down on the right hand side.