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Queens Road, LYNDHURST
3 Bedroom House
About Queens Road, LYNDHURST
Situated in a desirable location, conveniently positioned for the village and within 200 yards of the open Forest. This character detached property benefits from a host of period features, including sash windows, open fireplace and stripped floorboards. Undoubtedly, one of the major selling features are the fantastic views from the rear looking out over open pasture land. No forward chain.
From our office in Lyndhurst proceed out of the High Street bearing left onto Southampton Road. Take the first left into Queens Road. Continue along and number 25 can be found on the left hand side just before the bend.
Having undergone a sensitive scheme of renovation and refurbishment this period property now offers a stylish practical home in a much sought after road in Lyndhurst.
The village with its amenities is a short stroll away, whilst the iconic Boltons Bench and open Forest a two minute walk.
On the ground floor are two well proportioned reception rooms, one with open fireplace or space for a wood burning stove, with the dining area leading out to a patio. A refitted kitchen with built in appliances, has views over the adjoining Crown land.
On the first floor are three double bedrooms with a refitted four piece bathroom suite. Some of the bedrooms retain the original fireplaces.
Outside a front garden provides off road parking, whilst the rear is mostly laid to lawn with a patio area and benefits from a fantastic rural aspect.
Lyndhurst is a wonderful New Forest village with a superb array of amenities. Often referred to as the ‘Capital of the New Forest’, Lyndhurst offers a variety of outdoor pursuits and places of interest with the open forest easily accessible for walking and riding.
The village boasts an eclectic range of cafes and restaurants, with two supermarkets and a traditional butchers, and a doctors and dentist practice.
There are two mainline railway stations, Ashurst within two and a half miles and Brockenhurst just shy of four miles with direct links to London Waterloo. Commuters are able to easily access Junction 2 of the M27 motorway via Ower.
The Georgian market town of Lymington with its harbour is within ten miles and the city of Southampton provides a comprehensive range of retail and leisure facilities.
Many schools are available in the surrounding area with the closest being the highly regarded Bartley and Foxhills Infant and Junior Schools as well as Hounsdown Secondary School rated “Outstanding” by OFSTED, with a school bus available within the village.