A beautifully presented architecturally designed home situated just a short walk from Steamer Point Nature Reserve and local beaches. This unique home was designed by renowned local architects Cheshire Robbins and originally constructed in the 1990’s in the shape of the letter “J” and has been refurbished by the current owners to provide light and contemporary living space.
Bure Lane is situated on the edge of Mudeford and exclusive Friars Cliff within a few minutes walk of Steamer Point Nature Reserve, the picturesque Mudeford quay and sandy Avon beach. The historic market town of Christchurch is nearby with its Priory which dates back to the 11th Century, 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. 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 architecturally designed home situated just a short walk from Steamer Point Nature Reserve and local beaches. This unique home was designed by renowned local architects Cheshire Robbins and originally constructed in the 1990s in the shape of the letter J and has been refurbished by the current owners to provide light and contemporary living space.
The property is approached by way of a private lane with a secure electric gate providing access to a walled parking area with oak carport. The front door opens on to an entrance porch which in turn leads through to a inner hallway.
The kitchen/breakfast room has rear aspect sliding doors opening to the garden and heating beneath a tiled floor. Granite worktops with a range of cupboards and drawers adorn two walls with a range of integrated Bosch appliances including twin ovens, microwave, five ring gas burner and dishwasher. There is space for an American style fridge/freezer or two tall fridge/freezers and a door leads through to a separate utility room housing space for a washing machine and tumbledryer alongside a pressurised hot water cylinder and control systems for the solar panels. The solar system provides an income of approximately £1000 p.a. plus a reduction in energy bills.
The main sitting room has a fitted Nuflame gas fire place. There is a further reception room currently used as a second lounge and then a sun room with velux windows and doors to the garden. The master bedroom enjoys fitted wardrobes and an en suite bathroom with two further shower rooms servicing the other three bedrooms two of which have fitted storage/wardrobe space.
There is a large boarded loft area, secure video entry phone system and mains powered smoke detectors.
Externally, the garden has been beautifully landscaped to compliment the curves of the bungalow with an area of artificial grass surrounded by Indian stone patio and a waterfall feature to one side. The front garden has some raised planting beds and there is a large workshop measuring approximately 6m by 5.3m with light and power.
An internal inspection is highly recommend to appreciate the unique architecture of this gracefully curving property which has been beautifully presented by the current owners.