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Barnes Lane, Milford on Sea
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4 beds | 1 bath | 5 receptions | £1,550,000


A detached, four bedroom family home, set in impressive and generous grounds approaching three-quarters of an acre.  

It is of a well respected Ravenscroft design dating from the 1920's with plenty of character, boasting a large and mature west facing garden with tall borders, backing onto open farmland.

Accommodation Summary:

Ground Floor:    

* Porch 

* Cloakroom 

* Reception Hall

* Living Room 

* Dining Room 

* Study 

* Kitchen/Breakfast Room 

* Snug 

* Conservatory

First Floor    

* Four Bedrooms 

* Family Bathroom 

Key Points:

* A most sought after quiet location situated on one of the most prestigious lanes in the village

* Large garage with an electric up-and-over door (approximately 29'6'' x 16'8'')

* Abundance of space to store a boat, sailing dinghy, motor home

* Additionally ample space to provide a separate home office, etc. 

Additional Information:

Tenure: Freehold

Council tax band: G

Gas central heating

Milford on Sea, situated on the south coast midway between Bournemouth and Southampton on the edge of The New Forest National Park, boasts an excellent array of award winning restaurants, bars and pubs, independent shops and boutiques.

The quiet sailing hamlet of Keyhaven is easily accessible, a mere 1 mile away, whilst the pretty Georgian market town of Lymington is approximately 3 miles away, with its renowned sailing facilities and car/passenger ferry service to Yarmouth, Isle of Wight.



 

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