De La Warr Road, Milford On Sea, Lymington, SO41
A beautifully presented three bedroom semi-detached house, situated moments from the cliff top and benefitting from a large log cabin/home office. The property has lovely sea views from the rear and field/paddock views from the front. A southerly facing rear walled garden also compliments the property.
Covered entrance porch with outside courtesy light, block paved path and obscure double glazed front door, provides access to the:
Coved and smooth plastered ceiling with two ceiling light points. Stairs to first floor landing and accommodation, with under stairs storage cupboard. Single radiator. Laminate flooring. Fitted shelved area. Wall mounted electric fuse board. Doors off to all ground floor accommodation, including door to the:
Coved and textured ceiling with ceiling point and inset extractor fan. Obscure double glazed window to the side. Matching suite, comprising of low level W/C and oval wash hand basin with central mono taps and fitted cupboard and drawer below. Ceramic tiled flooring. Single radiator. Tiled splash backs.
Sitting Room 161 x 112
Coved and textured ceiling with ceiling light point. Double glazed window to the rear, with adjacent double glazed, double opening French style doors - giving direct access to the rear sun lounge and garden beyond. Television aerial point. Telephone point. Power points.
Conservatory/Sun Lounge 139 x 94
Of part brick and double glazed construction, set under a orangery style triple glazed roof and lantern. Double glazed and windows and sealed units to both sides and rear. Further double glazed, double opening doors which provide access out to the rear garden. Smooth plastered ceiling with inset ceiling spotlights. Power points.
Kitchen/Breakfast Room 137 x 95
Coved and smooth plastered ceiling with inset ceiling spot lights. Dual aspect room, with double glazed window to the front and further obscure double glazed door, which gives access out to the side and rear of the property. Laminate wooden flooring. Butchers block, solid wooden work surface in part to three walls, with a full range of shaker style base and drawer units below and matching wall mounted units over. Further fitted and matching larder style unit, with space for large American style fridge freezer and display shelving over and fitted cupboards to either side. Further space and plumbing for washing machine and adjacent space for dishwasher. Fitted butler style sink, with central mono taps over. Space for tumble dryer. Part-tiled walls. Space for American style oven with gas and electric points, fitted extractor fan above. Power points.
Stairs from the entrance hallway provide access to the:
First Floor Landing
Coved and smooth plastered ceiling with ceiling point and inset loft hatch, giving access to the roof space and storage area. Single doored, built in airing cupboard - housing the factory lagged hot water system with emersion switch. Single radiator. Doors off to all first floor accommodation, including door to the:
Master Bedroom 137 x 99
Coved and textured ceiling with ceiling light point. Two double glazed windows to the front - both enjoying uninterrupted views over the neighbouring fields and paddocks. Double door, built in wardrobe with hanging rail and separate storage space. Double radiator. Television aerial point. Power points.
Bedroom Two 112 x 92
Coved and textured ceiling with ceiling light point. Double glazed window to the rear, enjoying views out over the Isle of Wight and Solent. Single radiator. Power points.
Bedroom Three 112 x 65
Coved and textured ceiling with ceiling light point. Double glazed window to the rear again enjoying views over the Isle of Wight and Solent. Single radiator. Power points.
Smooth plastered ceiling with inset ceiling spot lights. Obscure double glazed window to the side. Matching suite, comprising of low level W/C, pedestal wash hand basin and panelled bath with central, Victorian style mono taps and shower attachment. Further wall mounted shower over. Wall mounted ladder style radiator. Ceramic tile flooring and further tiling to all visible wall space.
The front of the property is accessed via a block paved path. There is a further patio path leading to the side of the property. Wall mounted electric meter. The remainder of the front is laid mainly to lawn, surrounded by wooden fencing and mature hedging. Access to the side and rear of the property is via a wooden pedestrian gate, leading in turn to a sheltered area with matching block paving path and shingled area.
The rear garden is a particular feature of the property as it faces due South and is enclosed to the rear and one side by brick walling. The opposite side is enclosed to timber fencing. The remainder of the rear garden has been laid mainly to lawn, whilst surrounded by earth dug borders, containing an array of mature shrubs and bushes. There is a further small patio area directly to the back of the sun lounge. Outside security lighting. Cold water taps.
To the side of the property there is a substantial Summer house/office. Wooden construction with pitched roof. This has the benefit of both power and lighting. It has been separated in to two areas with a lounge area, whilst the rear acting as a large office space. Double glazed, double opening doors to the rear and side, with further double opening windows. Television aerial point. Power points. Light points.
OIRO £985,000 Freehold