This stunning period townhouse is located on one of the most desirable roads in Lymington. Grade II Listed and sympathetically restored to former glory by the current owner. Offering further scope for development, an internal viewing is fundamental.
Set in the heart of Lymington on the historic “Captains Row” moments from the Quay, deep water marinas and nearby station with branch line to Brockenhurst where the mainline links to London in 90 minutes. The property truly captures the essence of Lymington life with mast-top views and river glimpses from the bedrooms.
On entering the property the hallway has a turning staircase to the first floor and a door to the front reception room with a curved brick fireplace fitted with a log burning fire. The lounge benefits from restored wood panelling and sash windows, an opening leads to the refitted kitchen diner. There is also a door which leads down to the studio, whilst the head height is restricted, this room is a fantastic addition and creates a peaceful studio to focus the mind. The floor has been damp proofed and is a window to the street above, other benefits include power and lighting.
The kitchen/diner has been sympathetically restored and houses an Aga cooker. Nestled between navy base cupboards topped with white Quartz worktops. The units are of bespoke design to make the most of the space, whilst remaining practical. The dining area is a plentiful space for a generous table and a crittall glazed door leads to the rear garden. A scullery is positioned to the rear of the kitchen, fitted with sink unit and plumbing for a dishwasher/washing machine, the fridge freezer is located here and this room could be extended and incorporated with the saddlers workshop with the right permissions.
To the first floor there is a newly fitted shower room and two double bedrooms. The shower room offers a low level W/C, wash basin with vanity unit and backlit mirror. The shower is fitted with a glass screen. The room has the benefit of a heated towel rail and sympathetic tiling. Bedroom one, positioned to the front of the house with an easterly aspect, with two large sash windows and delightful views of the mast tops and river. There are two fitted wardrobes and a fireplace.
A further turning staircase leads to the second floor and to a further two double bedrooms and the stunning family bathroom with slipper bathtub, hand basin and WC. There is a fitted sound system in the ceiling and a discreet wall mounted TV above the bath. The bedrooms to the rear enjoy pleasant views over the mature and colourful gardens to the rear, whilst the bedrooms to the front of the property enjoy lovely views across the rooftops to the Lymington River with the mast-tops of the yachts moored near the town quay.
The west facing walled garden is a sunny and tranquil space with areas of stone terrace and and steps leading to the lawn. There is a further vegetable growing area behind a wall at the far end of the garden. Immediately to the rear of the property is the original Lymington Saddlers brick workshop with power and water which offers great scope to convert or potentially join to the main house, subject to planning permission.
There is no allocated parking for the property, but the current owners park in Grove Road and it is also possible to obtain a parking clock from NFDC which allows you to park in local car parks. The train station is just 5 minutes walk from the property and gives access to Brockenhurst station (90 mins to London Waterloo).
All main services connected.
No EPC required- Grade II Listed
Council Tax Band: F
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