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Salisbury Road, Burton, Christchurch, BH23

5 bedroom house in Burton

£895,000 Freehold

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  • A spacious and beautifully presented individual home  |  Situated in a quiet position in the semi-rural village of Burton  |  Five bedrooms & four bath/shower rooms  |  Impressive Orangery with Bi-fold doors on all sides  |  Views over neighbouring paddock land  |  Detached garage with electric roller door (potential to convert to further accommodation subject to relevant planning permission)  |  Spacious living room with part vaulted ceiling and central wood burner  |  Fitted kitchen/breakfast room with part vaulted ceiling and granite worktops  |  An impressive first floor master bedroom suite with dressing area, en suite shower room and balcony  |  Gated off road parking area for a number of vehicles  |  Offered with no forward chain  |  Energy Performance Rating: C

A beautifully presented individual five bedroom home, combining a period lodge with a contemporary extension which offers bright and spacious living accommodation and a superb master suite. Situated in a quiet position in the semi-rural village of Burton, located on the edge of Christchurch, the property features an impressive orangery with bi-fold doors on all sides opening onto the enclosed rear garden which enjoys a view over adjoining fields.

The Lodge is the former gatehouse for Burton Hall and is located in the attractive village of Burton on the outskirts of the Priory town of Christchurch offering a range of local amenities including village post office/shop. The Priory which dates back to the 11th Century is situated near where the rivers Stour and Avon meet and also incorporates its own natural harbour, which is popular with the avid sailor and rowing enthusiasts. The New Forest National Park with its 1000's of acres of Woodland, Heathland and outriding is a short distance away. Nearby beaches can be found at Mudeford (2.4 miles) and Bournemouth (5 miles approx.) There is a local fast train link to London Waterloo from Christchurch and Hinton Admiral Stations, excellent airport links from Southampton and Bournemouth, as well as excellent ferry links to the Channel Islands and mainland Europe from Poole and Portsmouth.

A beautifully presented individual five bedroom home, combining a period lodge with a contemporary extension which offers bright and spacious living accommodation and a superb master suite. Situated in a quiet position in the semi-rural village of Burton, located on the edge of Christchurch, the property features an impressive orangery with bi-fold doors on all sides opening onto the enclosed rear garden which enjoys a view over adjoining fields.

The gently curving entrance hall connects the older lodge with the newer part of the house and features floor to ceiling windows to the front and rear aspect, with doors opening out onto a courtyard garden. From here there is access to the modern family bathroom. The good sized living room has a part vaulted ceiling and floor to ceiling windows with a central inset wood-burning stove, and is finished with attractive oak flooring. The adjacent/kitchen breakfast room, which also features a part-vaulted ceiling and floor to ceiling windows, comprises a range of quality fitted units with granite work surfaces, and a semi-circular island unit with breakfast bar. Built in appliances include; two ovens, an induction hob, integrated dishwasher, microwave, coffee machine and wine cooler, with additional space for an American style fridge/freezer. A separate utility room provides space for further appliances and offers more storage. The impressive orangery adjoins both the kitchen and living room and is accessed through bi-fold doors. Featuring a lantern roof and three further bi-fold doors opening onto the gardens, enabling the living accommodation to be opened up to give an ‘outside inside’ feel. Within the newer part of the property stairs give access to the master suite, which includes a dressing area with quality built in wardrobes and an en-suite comprising a large shower cubicle, vanity sink unit and WC. The older part of the property comprises a further four bedrooms; bedroom two and three with modern en-suite bath/shower rooms, and bedrooms four and five served by the family bathroom (bedroom five currently used as a study).

Double wrought iron gates open onto a paviour drive which provides ample off road parking, enclosed by a brick wall. The detached double garage has an electric door and a further personal door at the side. A gate gives access to the well-maintained gardens which are mainly lawned and bordered by mature hedges and trees - which form part of the rear boundary. The other part of the rear boundary is formed by a low brick wall, offering views over the neighbouring paddock from the paved seating area which is positioned adjacent to the orangery. There is access to a further area of garden which is paved, with steps up to another seating area with gravelled beds. A gate opens into a courtyard garden featuring raised flower beds.

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Mudeford is fantastically situated on the south coast in between Bournemouth & Lymington and the quay has stunning views across the sea towards The Needles on the Isle of Wight. It's fantastic for an office to cover such an amazing stretch of coastline with such beautiful sandy beaches along with Christchurch harbour and the Marsh at Stanpit - If you need refreshmentwe recommend taking the ferry from the quay over to The Beach House for a drink or a meal. About 50% of our buyers come from London and the home counties.

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A beautifully presented individual five bedroom home, combining a period lodge with a contemporary extension which offers bright and spacious living accommodation and a superb master suite. Situated in a quiet position in the semi-rural village of Burton, located on the edge of Christchurch, the property features an impressive orangery with bi-fold doors on all sides opening onto the enclosed rear garden which enjoys a view over adjoining fields.

The Lodge is the former gatehouse for Burton Hall and is located in the attractive village of Burton on the outskirts of the Priory town of Christchurch offering a range of local amenities including village post office/shop. The Priory which dates back to the 11th Century is situated near where the rivers Stour and Avon meet and also incorporates its own natural harbour, which is popular with the avid sailor and rowing enthusiasts. The New Forest National Park with its 1000's of acres of Woodland, Heathland and outriding is a short distance away. Nearby beaches can be found at Mudeford (2.4 miles) and Bournemouth (5 miles approx.) There is a local fast train link to London Waterloo from Christchurch and Hinton Admiral Stations, excellent airport links from Southampton and Bournemouth, as well as excellent ferry links to the Channel Islands and mainland Europe from Poole and Portsmouth.

A beautifully presented individual five bedroom home, combining a period lodge with a contemporary extension which offers bright and spacious living accommodation and a superb master suite. Situated in a quiet position in the semi-rural village of Burton, located on the edge of Christchurch, the property features an impressive orangery with bi-fold doors on all sides opening onto the enclosed rear garden which enjoys a view over adjoining fields.

The gently curving entrance hall connects the older lodge with the newer part of the house and features floor to ceiling windows to the front and rear aspect, with doors opening out onto a courtyard garden. From here there is access to the modern family bathroom. The good sized living room has a part vaulted ceiling and floor to ceiling windows with a central inset wood-burning stove, and is finished with attractive oak flooring. The adjacent/kitchen breakfast room, which also features a part-vaulted ceiling and floor to ceiling windows, comprises a range of quality fitted units with granite work surfaces, and a semi-circular island unit with breakfast bar. Built in appliances include; two ovens, an induction hob, integrated dishwasher, microwave, coffee machine and wine cooler, with additional space for an American style fridge/freezer. A separate utility room provides space for further appliances and offers more storage. The impressive orangery adjoins both the kitchen and living room and is accessed through bi-fold doors. Featuring a lantern roof and three further bi-fold doors opening onto the gardens, enabling the living accommodation to be opened up to give an ‘outside inside’ feel. Within the newer part of the property stairs give access to the master suite, which includes a dressing area with quality built in wardrobes and an en-suite comprising a large shower cubicle, vanity sink unit and WC. The older part of the property comprises a further four bedrooms; bedroom two and three with modern en-suite bath/shower rooms, and bedrooms four and five served by the family bathroom (bedroom five currently used as a study).

Double wrought iron gates open onto a paviour drive which provides ample off road parking, enclosed by a brick wall. The detached double garage has an electric door and a further personal door at the side. A gate gives access to the well-maintained gardens which are mainly lawned and bordered by mature hedges and trees - which form part of the rear boundary. The other part of the rear boundary is formed by a low brick wall, offering views over the neighbouring paddock from the paved seating area which is positioned adjacent to the orangery. There is access to a further area of garden which is paved, with steps up to another seating area with gravelled beds. A gate opens into a courtyard garden featuring raised flower beds.

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Mudeford is fantastically situated on the south coast in between Bournemouth & Lymington and the quay has stunning views across the sea towards The Needles on the Isle of Wight. It's fantastic for an office to cover such an amazing stretch of coastline with such beautiful sandy beaches along with Christchurch harbour and the Marsh at Stanpit - If you need refreshmentwe recommend taking the ferry from the quay over to The Beach House for a drink or a meal. About 50% of our buyers come from London and the home counties.

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