Burley, New Forest, Hampshire
Burley, New Forest, Hampshire
Burley, New Forest, Hampshire
Burley, New Forest, Hampshire
Burley, New Forest, Hampshire
Burley, New Forest, Hampshire
Burley, New Forest, Hampshire
Burley, New Forest, Hampshire
Burley, New Forest, Hampshire
Burley, New Forest, Hampshire
Burley, New Forest, Hampshire
Burley, New Forest, Hampshire
Burley, New Forest, Hampshire
Burley, New Forest, Hampshire
Burley, New Forest, Hampshire
Burley, New Forest, Hampshire
Burley, New Forest, Hampshire
Burley, New Forest, Hampshire
Burley, New Forest, Hampshire
Burley, New Forest, Hampshire
Guide Price
£1,000,000
4 Bed Detached House

Burley, New Forest, Hampshire

Guide Price
£1,000,000
  • Four Double Bedrooms
  • Truly Stunning Location
  • Facing The Open Forest
  • Potential To Improve And Extend (STPP)
  • 0.34 Acre Plot
  • No Onward Chain
  • Formerly Two Semi Detached Dwellings
Square FeetUnknown
Plot SizeUnknown
Council Tax BandF

A four bedroom, four reception room detached period cottage, which was formerly a pair of semi detached dwellings | 0.34 acre plot | Enjoying a truly idyllic location facing the open forest | This enchanting property has considerable character with the benefit of gas fired central heating, and offers tremendous scope to renovate/and or extend (STPP) | No Onward Chain.

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Summary

A four bedroom, four reception room detached period cottage, which was formerly a pair of semi detached dwellings, with later ground floor extensions, standing in grounds of 0.34 of an acre. Enjoying a truly idyllic location facing the open forest. This enchanting property has considerable character with the benefit of gas fired central heating, and offers tremendous scope to renovate/and or extend (subject to the necessary consents). No Onward Chain.

Situation

Conveniently located on the outskirts of Burley, and set amidst extensive woodland within the New Forest National Park – a haven for wildlife, flora and fauna, and where the famed New Forest ponies roam freely.  The thriving village centre, is within half a mile and offers a range of shops for day to day needs, including a village store, newsagent, butcher and post office, as well as a host of eateries and fine dining possibilities, including the landmark Queens Head, White Buck and Burley Manor. The village is also served by a highly regarded C of E primary school. Burley is strategically located for access to the A31 for Southampton and further afield, or for Bournemouth, the South Coast and the Cathedral City of Salisbury (all Via the A338). The historic market town of Ringwood, about four miles away, can be reached in about a quarter of an hour’s car journey time, and offers a diverse range of independent and national retailers, including Waitrose and Sainsburys. Frequent coach and bus services link Ringwood with nearby regional centres, as well as London Victoria, Heathrow and Gatwick.