Parsonage Barn Lane, Ringwood, Hampshire
- Open Plan Living
- Large Ground Floor Extension
- Character Features
- 95ft Rear Garden
- Garden Chalet
- Utility Room
- Within Walking Distance Of Ringwood Town Centre
- Within Ringwood Academy School Catchment
- Study/Bedroom Four
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A beautifully presented, and deceptively spacious, three/four bedroom semi-detached house, constructed circa. 1910, with the benefit of a contemporary style ground floor extension | Open plan kitchen/dining room/family room living space | Utility room | Under floor heating | 95ft Easterly aspect rear garden | Garden chalet which may be suited to a variety of ancillary uses, such as a gym or home office.
A beautifully presented, and deceptively spacious, three/four bedroom semi-detached house, constructed circa. 1910, with the benefit of a contemporary style ground floor extension, that has created a fabulous open plan kitchen/dining room/family room living space, separate utility room, shower room and study/bedroom four. The well planned accommodation is tastefully decorated throughout and further benefits from full gas fired central heating, including multiple-zone zone under floor heating serving the extended areas and PVCu framed double glazed windows. Externally the property offers plentiful off road parking and an enclosed 95ft Easterly aspect rear garden, where there is sited a substantially built timber garden chalet which may be suited to a variety of ancillary uses, such as a gym or home office.
Conveniently located on the outskirts of Ringwood’s historic town centre, within strolling distance of a nearby convenience store, Ringwood School Academy- a state funded senior school which includes a sixth form and Ringwood Junior school on Hightown Road. Ringwood town centre offers an extensive range of independent retailers and national outlets- including Waitrose, Sainsburys and Lidl, numerous cafes, bars and restaurants offering to suit most culinary tastes and a weekly market in the square. The town straddles the A31 which provides easy access to Bournemouth, Poole, the South Coast and Salisbury via the A338, and also Southampton, Winchester and beyond via the M27. The coach/bus station, sited in the town centre close to the Furlong shopping centre, links nearby regional centres, London (Victoria), Heathrow and Gatwick. For recreation. The New Forest National Park with its 110,000 acres of heathland, woodland and where the livestock roam freely is less than ten minutes car journey time. Other ‘family orientated’ recreational amenity nearby includes Avon Valley and Moors Valley Country Parks, both easily reached via the A31.