Clarence Road, Lyndhurst

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Clarence Road, Lyndhurst

2 Bedroom House - Sold STC

£425,000

About Clarence Road, Lyndhurst

Unexpectedly re-available! A charming and characterful semi-detached cottage offered with no forward chain. The property has undergone a sympathetic scheme of renovation boasting an elegant blend of character features and modern informal living. A particular feature is the mezzanine level in the master bedroom, ideal for a home office. A rare find situated a short stroll from Lyndhurst High Street and the open Forest.

Proceed out of Lyndhurst onto Romsey Road and take the fourth right into Racecourse View which leads into The Custards, take a right into Clarence Road and Number 9 can be found on the right hand side.

Ground Floor

This beautifully presented character cottage perfectly combines period features with modern informal living. The ground floor comprises a wonderful and bright kitchen, a separate living room with fireplace and large bay window, an orangery with utility room and downstairs bathroom.

First Floor

A particular feature of the home is the bespoke staircase leading to the first floor which hosts two double bedrooms a separate shower room. A luxurious addition to the home is the mezzanine level in the master bedroom, ideal for a home office. The property benefits from front and rear gardens and under-floor heating throughout.

Location

Clarence Road is located within the village centre of Lyndhurst and a short stroll from the pretty High Street which 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.

Transport Links

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.

Additional Information

• Tenure: Freehold
• Sellers position: No forward chain
• Heating: Gas central heating
• Council: New Forest District Council
• Council Tax Band: D
• Energy Performance Rating: Available upon request

(EPC) EEC Only

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