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  • Bedrooms: 3
A beautifully presented family home enviably positioned within 2.6 acres of formal gardens, paddock and its own private woodland creating a wonderfully private and peaceful situation.


The main house has been tastefully refurbished offering three double bedrooms with planning permission granted to add a master with en-suite (planning reference 14/00674). A stylish open plan live in kitchen diner, provides the impressive social hub of the house with two further receptions, all overlooking the immaculate gardens and paddocks. Ample parking is available on the gated driveway in addition to a double garage and workshop. The annexe currently operating as a small business generating a healthy income via B&B which could easily be merged into the main house if preferred. For the equestrian enthusiast, the two paddocks have quality post and rail fencing and a new stable block fitted with power, light and water to the three stables and barn. Numerous outbuildings include a shed, workshop and summer house next to the adjoining woodland a perfect venue for children, dog walking or simply to enjoy the wildlife. Its position on the fringes of the National Park is ideal for those wishing to commute with the nearby motorway network and rail links to London Waterloo.


A covered entrance way and composite front door open into the welcoming entrance hall fitted with solid oak flooring extending into the live in kitchen. Ample space is available for coats and shoes adjacent to the ground floor shower room which features a corner shower, vanity unit and mounted wash basin and WC. The impressive social area of this beautiful home is the open plan live in kitchen and dining area enjoying light from dual aspects with a feature central island and breakfast bar. An extensive range of white fronted wall and base units complement the oak block work surfaces, inset ceramic 1 1/2 sink and drainer and tiled surround to the Rangemaster oven. Integrated appliances include a fridge, freezer, dishwasher and washing machine situated in a separate utility area. French doors from the dining area open to the walled patio and gardens. Ample space is available for a seating area with French doors into the triple aspect sitting room with vaulted ceiling and subtle open fireplace and stairs to the balconied landing. The adjoining conservatory provides another useful reception area offering access to the garden, positioned perfectly to capture the sunny aspect. The first floor landing houses the linen cupboard and allows access onto the balcony overlooking the front aspect and paddock. The three double bedrooms are all well proportioned and served by a stylish family bathroom which comprises a P shaped bath with shower over and contemporary tiles, vanity unit with mounted wash hand basin, low level WC and heated towel rail.


The annexe, in keeping with the house, is immaculately presented and could easily be opened back into the main house or used to accommodate family members or utilised for letting. Currently let through B&B, generating a healthy income, the annexe comprises a living area and fully equipped kitchenette with range of white goods, double bedroom and shower room.


Enjoying an idyllic position, Paddock Wood is approached via double gates into the tarmacadam driveway providing off road parking for numerous vehicles and fronting the double garage with remote roller door, extending to the rear of the annexe to a workshop/store area. The formal gardens encompass the house and are beautifully tended featuring well stocked shaped borders planted with a colourful variety of plants and shrubs. A neatly walled patio area is perfectly positioned to capture the sunny aspect whilst overlooking the stables and paddocks. The stable block has been rebuilt offering three stables and a tack room, fitted with power, light and water with access into the two paddocks all neatly fenced by post and rail fencing. The adjoining woodland is brimming with a variety of wildlife and provides a pleasant screen, ideal for children, dogs and a healthy source of firewood.


Winsor enjoys a number of well regarded public houses and a comprehensive range of amenities available in the nearby market town of Romsey or the village of Lyndhurst with a superstore a short drive away. Local schooling is available in the neighbouring villages of Copythorne and Bartley and it falls within catchment for Hounsdown Secondary School. Direct rail links to Waterloo are just a five minute drive away at Ashurst or Totton with Southampton Airport Parkway an approximate fifteen minute drive away providing a 1 hour 10 minute journey to London Waterloo.

Agent Note

A three bedroom house with three bedrooms in the main house plus an annexe adjoining which currently generate an income. The property benefits from oil fired central heating and private drainage with an overall plot size of 2.6 acres.


From junction 1 of the M27 take the northbound exit onto the A336. At the roundabout take the first exit sign posted Paultons Park and continue over the motorway turning right onto Romsey Road. Whitemoor Lane can be found a short distance on the left hand side. Paddock Wood can be found on the right hand side highlighted by our For Sale board.

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Charles Powell

Suite 14d, Chatmohr Estate, Crawley Hill, West Wellow, Romsey, Hampshire

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