Escape from the City to this delightful, cosy and comfortable two bedroom cottage located in the pretty village of Downton and enjoy the crackling of the woodburner in your very own Inglenook fire place.
Walk in through the storm porch and via the solid wood front door into the cosy sitting room where you have the inglenook fire place with wood burner as the main focal point of the room. There is a decorative and fitted storage bench with coat rack and a window to the front. From here walk through into the inner hall.
With a window to the rear, access to the kitchen and stair rising to the first floor benefiting from useful storage space under or even a perfect study area.
Good sized kitchen finished in a lovely stone tiled flooring with an attractive range of bespoke base units and a mixture of granite and solid wood work top with an inset porcelain style sink. There is space for a range style gas cooker and a full height fridge freezer.
Brick built with a perspex corrugated roof and windows to all sides over looking the garden makes this a fabulous light and airy room for all the family. Door then leads out to the garden.
Split level landing with doors to both bedrooms and family bathroom.
Good sized room with a window to the rear overlooking the rear garden and a feature red brick fire place.
Also a good sized double room with window to the front
Modern bathroom with a suite comprising of the bath enjoying a mains mixer shower over and stylish central concealed water flow. Also of course the wash hand basin and WC with a window to the rear.
The rear garden is extensive and has a patio area to the immediate rear, ideal for alfresco dining in the summer months and then the remainder is laid to lawn stretching down to the rustic decked area with large storage shed behind. The garden is completely enclosed and East facing.
Downton offers a good range of local amenities including schools, shops, doctors' and dental surgeries, pharmacy, public library, garage and public houses. Downton is well placed for access to the historic cathedral city of Salisbury and Southampton both of which have main line railway stations for services to London (Waterloo). Southampton also has an international airport and harbour with frequent ferry services to France and the Isle of Wight. There are many recreational opportunities in The New Forest, including golf courses and leisure centres, all which are within easy reach. The area has many excellent public and independent day and boarding schools. For commuters there is access to the main road links including the A36 and M27/M3
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