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The Pines, Emery Down
4 Bedroom House
About The Pines, Emery Down
Situated in a quiet cul-de-sac conveniently positioned for Lyndhurst village centre and the open forest. This four bedroom detached house is offered with no forward chain. A particular feature is the fine 'wrap around' garden offering a great deal of privacy and seclusion.
From the centre of Lyndhurst head West on Bournemouth Road, turning right on the outskirts of the village at the White Swan Public House and right again into Northerwood Avenue. Follow the road round to the right and the entrance to Woodhay will be found after a short distance on the right. No 35 will be found on the left hand side.
A lovely detached property situated on the outskirts of the village of Lyndhurst. The Pines is situated in a quiet cul-de-sac and benefits from a double garage. On the ground floor is a large open plan informal living room with dual aspect over the private gardens, modern kitchen with integrated appliances, utility room and a downstairs WC to complete the accommodation. On the first floor are four well proportioned bedrooms, the master benefitting from an en-suite and a further family bathroom. As previously mentioned, the property benefits from a lovely 'wrap around' garden offering a high degree of privacy and seclusion. Also, there is a rear driveway leading to a carport ideal for boat storage. A detailed inspection is essential to appreciate all that is on offer.
The Pines benefits from useful planning consent for a ground floor extension as well as a new garage to rear, further details of which can be found online via New Forest National Park planning portal using the references 16/00873 and 16/00479.
Emery Down is a popular hamlet situated within the New Forest National Park. It lies one mile to the west of Lyndhurst and has a local public house / restaurant, church and village hall. Lyndhurst offers excellent facilities with doctor and dentist surgeries, first school, community centre and a fine variety of specialist cafes, restaurants and public houses. Junction 1 of the M27 motorway can be accessed at Cadnam five miles to the north and there are mainline railway stations at Ashurst four miles and Brockenhurst five miles providing a fast service to London Waterloo.