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  • Bedrooms: 3

Situated within the New Forest National Park, this three bedroom home appreciates a large corner plot position, capturing all available sunshine whilst enjoying utter tranquillity. The property was originally built in the early 1940's and presents abundant charm in a cottage styling. This is showcased by the kitchen with wooden country style units with a butler sink and other character features including an original open fireplace and exposed stripped wooden flooring. The accommodation is presented in good condition with further potential for extension subject to the necessary planning consents. The position enjoys close proximity to excellent local primary and secondary schooling with communication links via the A338 to Bournemouth and Salisbury and the M27 to Southampton and London ensure the property as an attractive and accessible village retreat.


From the covered entrance porch, with built in seating, the wooden front door opens to a welcoming entrance hall with exposed stripped floorboards providing access to the principal rooms and family bathroom featuring a white traditional styled Steventon suite comprising a low level W/C, wash hand basin and bath with Mira electric shower over. From the entrance hall a door opens into the sitting room centred upon a painted brick fireplace with double glazed sliding patio doors providing access into the gardens and a pleasant outlook to the fore over the New Forest. The country styled kitchen with quarry tiled floor is fitted with a range of wooden cottage style units with matching complementary work surfaces and inset Butler sink. There are a range of integrated appliances which include space for an electric cooker and cookerhood and an informal dining area. The kitchen is supplemented by a utility room lobby with plumbing available. The dining room enjoys fabulous views over the rear garden and can be accessed from the kitchen and sitting room.

The first floor landing provides access to the loft and three bedrooms which are all of good proportions. The principal bedroom benefits from a double aspect.


The property has a secure boundary to all sides combining established hedging and fencing with five bar double gates from the lane opening into the driveway leading to the garage. The garage (18ftx9ft) which is currently used as a workshop, has good natural light, ample storage space, and can be accessed from both ends. It is situated on a corner plot providing extensive grounds approaching a 1/5 acre that encompass the property, largely laid to lawn with some pretty well planted borders. There is a metal and timber shed for further storage.


The pretty village of Hale has a thriving community and is located in the North West of the district and forms a part boundary with the River Avon and Hampshire/Wiltshire boundary. At the centre of the village is Hatchet Green which is in a conservation area. There are many useful amenities including an excellent local school, village hall and St Mary's Church. The parish is mentioned in the Domesday Book of 1086 and has a wealth of history over centuries. The area itself offers a wonderful variety of outdoor pursuits from horse riding, hiking, cycling and dog walking. For the commuter, there is excellent access for the M27 and surrounding major network, while the centres of Salisbury and Southampton are within a convenient driving distance.

Agent Note

The property is connected to all mains services including drainage, gas, water and electricity. The rateable value is Band C.


From our office take a left turn into the A36 heading towards Salisbury. Take a left into the Lyndhurst Road, right into Hampworth Road continuing into Timberley Lane then Grove Lane into Bowers Hill, taking a left in the The Ridge. Continuing into Forest Road, take a right into Tethering Road, the property can be found on the right

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Charles Powell

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