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A £1.9 million home in Lymington for sale- Look inside

Roydon Cottage, Sandy Down, Boldre, Lymington
Roydon Cottage, Sandy Down, Boldre, Lymington

Enjoy easy Forest living in this stunning family home

What: A detached, four-bedroom contemporary house with a large rear garden backing on to Boldre Valley.

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Inside: Enter through the attractive church porch and front door leads into the lobby which includes a cloakroom. The reception hall then leads on to the elegant drawing room which has a door opening out onto the garden and wood burning stove, and separate dining room or fourth bedroom. The spectacular kitchen/breakfast/TV room with its impressive roof lantern and large sliding doors has access to the terrace and garden, and an archway leads through to the TV room/snug. Downstairs there is also a utility room and study. Upstairs there are three bedrooms, with the main bedroom benefitting from an en suite and a family bathroom.

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Outside: Outside, the property is approached from Sandy Down onto the large gravel drive which provides ample parking space. There is an area of lawn to the front and a variety of mature trees. To the right of the house is the garaging. The rear garden has a paved terrace and a decked area with steps leading down to a pretty wooded walkway with paved and gravel paths. The majority of the garden is laid to lawn and is bordered by well-established trees, shrubs and bushes and there is also a large pond and a vegetable patch. The ancillary accommodation (potential annexe subject to planning) is accessed from the side of the garage.

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Price: £1,975,000

Contact: Caldwells, Lymington, 01590 675875

About Lymington

This charming market town is also popular with families, drawn by the possibility of children enjoying a Swallows & Amazons childhood with adventures and activities on water and inland in the wilds of the New Forest, which nudges up against the northern edges of town. Meanwhile more mature folk consider Lymington ideal for retirement (around a third of the population are 65 and over) as it offers an excellent range of facilities and a strong community.

READ MORE: What it’s like to live in Lymington



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