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28 Garden Close, Lyndhurst
3 Bedroom House - Sold STC
About 28 Garden Close, Lyndhurst
Situated at the end of a quiet cul-de-sac on the outskirts of Lyndhurst, this 3/4 bedroom semi-detached house has good access to the New Forest and the village centre. On the ground floor are three reception rooms, to include a superb, full width of the house, conservatory. On the first floor are three bedrooms with a dressing room and bathroom. Externally, the property backs onto the grounds of Northerwood House and offers a good degree of 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 towards Emery Down and right again into Northerwood Avenue. Take the first left into garden close, number 28 can be found at the end of the cul-de-sac.
Garden Close is a short stroll to the village centre of Lyndhurst, which is often regarded as the capital of the New Forest. The pretty High Street offers an eclectic range of boutiques, eateries and public houses with a local library, village hall and visitor centre, Lyndhurst centre also has a doctors and dentist practice. Many schools are available in the surrounding area, with the closest being St Michaels Primary School situated at the top of Lyndhurst High Street, the highly regarded Bartley Infant and Junior School and Hounsdown Secondary School, recently rated ‘Outstanding’ by OFSTED, with a school bus service available daily.
The M27 is only four miles to the north, easily accessed at Ower, providing fast road links to the south coast and London. 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.
The local village of Emery Down is one of the New Forest National Park’s most popular villages, with its vibrant community, a village hall, church and the popular New Forest Inn public house. There is direct access to the open forest providing a network of footpaths and bridleways for walking and riding.
For those with an interest in sailing, Lymington is within 10 miles with its attractive local architecture and popular marina. Southampton is a vibrant, modern city which has the popular West Quay shopping centre and many attractions. The surrounding areas of Southampton and Winchester have a wide selection of well-respected private schools. The coastal resort town of Bournemouth is also only a short drive away.
Useful Additional Information
• Tenure: Freehold
• Approximate Age: Built in 1960's
• Sellers Position: Searching for a property locally
• Heating: Gas Fired Central Heating
• Windows: Double Glazed
• Local Council: New Forest District Council
• Council Tax Band: C
• Energy Performance Rating: D, with the potential to be C