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7 Bedrooms Land Commercial for sale in Bucklers Hard Road, Beaulieu, Hampshire

7 Bedrooms Land Commercial - £2,500,000

Bucklers Hard Road, Beaulieu, Hampshire

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First listed on: 02nd November 2017

Nearest stations: Beaulieu Road (4.8 mi)Chichester (4.9 mi)Lymington Pier (4.9 mi)Lymington Town (5.4 mi)Brockenhurst (6.2 mi)

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ACCOMMODATION The property offers just over 5,100 sq ft of accommodation. On entering the property the entrance hall enjoys parquet flooring and a beautiful staircase with spindles and balustrade. The very spacious L-shaped drawing room is to the left hand side and is an open plan double reception room enjoying a grand fireplace and being an excellent size room, ideal for entertaining. This room opens into a conservatory which enjoys views over the garden. On the opposite side of the hall is a light and airy library which leads to a useful study and at the end of the entrance hall is the kitchen/breakfast room which overlooks the courtyard and has a door leading to the courtyard and outbuildings. Adjacent to the kitchen/breakfast room is the dining room and to the rear of the hall, on the right hand side, is a lobby which leads to the utility room, a cloakroom and stairs leading down to the useful basement room.

On the first floor, there are four bedrooms with the master bedroom enjoying an en suite bathroom and there is also a separate family bathroom. On the second floor there are three further bedrooms and a bathroom.  

OUTBUILDINGS The kitchen/breakfast room links through to an enclosed rear courtyard which gives access to the extensive outbuildings which include a studio/art room, a tack room, stabling and garaging. The outbuildings offer 1349 sq ft of accommodation and could have further potential for inclusion to the main house (subject to the necessary planning consents). 

GARDENS & GROUNDS The property is approached via a gravel driveway which leads to a carriage drive to the front of the house. The house is set amongst beautifully enchanting grounds of approximately 2.4 acres and the main garden lies to the rear of the property to the west aspect, laid mainly to lawn and enjoying a mixture of mature shrubs, plants and trees. An old brick wall divides some of the grounds adding extra character and history. Beyond the walls lie the paddocks and to one side of the property is a mature pond with foot bridge over. The swimming pool and pool house lies beyond this and the separate one bedroom cottage is tucked away towards the left hand boundary and provides ideal secondary accommodation including a kitchen, sitting room and bathroom.  

HISTORY This property was constructed in 1540 and was built with stones which originally came from Beaulieu Abbey. The property has been in the current owner\'s family for 47 years and enjoys a wealth of character and is steeped in history. It bore witness to the passing of the Spanish Armada, visible from the Isle of Wight, Shakespeare\'s world, Cromwell and the Civil War, the construction of Bucklers Hard, the rise and fall of the Empire with its many wars and the whole pageantry of the centuries until now. This is a house which has great atmosphere, and yet a very calm and welcoming feel. Although in need of modernisation and updating the fabric of the house provides the framework to transform it into one of the areas finest homes. 

SERVICE Mains water and electricity are connected. Oil fired central heating and private drainage. 
ACCOMMODATION The property offers just over 5,100 sq ft of accommodation. On entering the property the entrance hall enjoys parquet flooring and a beautiful staircase with spindles and balustrade. The very spacious L-shaped drawing room is to the left hand side and is an open plan double reception room enjoying a grand fireplace and being an excellent size room, ideal for entertaining. This room opens into a conservatory which enjoys views over the garden. On the opposite side of the hall is a light and airy library which leads to a useful study and at the end of the entrance hall is the kitchen/breakfast room which overlooks the courtyard and has a door leading to the courtyard and outbuildings. Adjacent to the kitchen/breakfast room is the dining room and to the rear of the hall, on the right hand side, is a lobby which leads to the utility room, a cloakroom and stairs leading down to the useful basement room.

On the first floor, there are four bedrooms with the master bedroom enjoying an en suite bathroom and there is also a separate family bathroom. On the second floor there are three further bedrooms and a bathroom.  

OUTBUILDINGS The kitchen/breakfast room links through to an enclosed rear courtyard which gives access to the extensive outbuildings which include a studio/art room, a tack room, stabling and garaging. The outbuildings offer 1349 sq ft of accommodation and could have further potential for inclusion to the main house (subject to the necessary planning consents). 

GARDENS & GROUNDS The property is approached via a gravel driveway which leads to a carriage drive to the front of the house. The house is set amongst beautifully enchanting grounds of approximately 2.4 acres and the main garden lies to the rear of the property to the west aspect, laid mainly to lawn and enjoying a mixture of mature shrubs, plants and trees. An old brick wall divides some of the grounds adding extra character and history. Beyond the walls lie the paddocks and to one side of the property is a mature pond with foot bridge over. The swimming pool and pool house lies beyond this and the separate one bedroom cottage is tucked away towards the left hand boundary and provides ideal secondary accommodation including a kitchen, sitting room and bathroom.  

HISTORY This property was constructed in 1540 and was built with stones which originally came from Beaulieu Abbey. The property has been in the current owner\'s family for 47 years and enjoys a wealth of character and is steeped in history. It bore witness to the passing of the Spanish Armada, visible from the Isle of Wight, Shakespeare\'s world, Cromwell and the Civil War, the construction of Bucklers Hard, the rise and fall of the Empire with its many wars and the whole pageantry of the centuries until now. This is a house which has great atmosphere, and yet a very calm and welcoming feel. Although in need of modernisation and updating the fabric of the house provides the framework to transform it into one of the areas finest homes. 

SERVICE Mains water and electricity are connected. Oil fired central heating and private drainage. 
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Caldwells, New Forest

Beaufort House

69 High Street

Lymington

SO41 9AL

Telephone: See phone number 01590 675 875

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Caldwells, New Forest

Beaufort House

69 High Street

Lymington

SO41 9AL

Telephone: See phone number 01590 675 875

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