Fryern Court Road, Burgate, Fordingbridge, SP6

Guide price

Bedrooms: 3
A truly wonderful grade II listed thatched cottage amassing over 1800 sq ft of main residence accommodation as well as an array of delightful outbuildings. The property sits in a plot of approximately 0.35 acres. Being presented in immaculate condition throughout, the cottage benefits from exposed beams and vaulted ceilings to the first floor and all rooms have impressive views throughout. The property was originally arranged as two cottages and a tavern built back in the 17th century with several changes and alterations made over the following centuries. The property was almost completely rebuilt in 2007 due to an unfortunate fire but a few of the most impressive character features and beams were retained.

The plot is in a semi - rural lane within the hamlet of Upper Burgate.The lane is part of the National Cycle Bye Way Network and offers immedi[1]ate access to miles of open countryside away from major roads. The site is half a mile down minor roads into Fordingbridge and one mile from the A338 which gives direct access to the north, to Salisbury (8miles) with a mainline railway link to Waterloo and the West Country as well as southwards to Ringwood, to the A31, providing links to Bournemouth and the M27 to Southampton and beyond. London is approximately a two hrs drive. Fordingbridge with its distinctive seven arched bridge, spanning The River Avon is a former market town enjoying an idyllic location between the heathland and woodlands of The New Forest and rolling chalk downlands of Cranbourne Chase.The Avon Valley long distant footpath from Salisbury to Christchurch runs through the town meandering alongside the river. The town has a high street of interesting, independ[1]ent shops, including an art gallery, bookshop, boutiques and essential butchers and bakers. There is a small Tesco and a Coop supermarket, with a large Sainsbury's and Waitrose in Salisbury and Ringwood. There is also a great selection of country pubs and restaurants.The area is well served with excellent educational facilities, both private and state.

An oak front door leads to an entrance hallway, currently arranged as a study, leads to:

- The wrap around oak staircase

- An impressive country style sitting room with feature beams and an inglenook fireplace

- Following on from this is the dining room, benefitting from a centralised oil fire Aga – centralising the heating for the main house

- There is a quaint outlook onto the beautifully manicured front lawn

- A triple aspect kitchen, with bespoke shaker style cabinets, fitted appliances and a further utility area beyond

- A large family bathroom with views over the rear garden and includes a walk in shower, WC and hand basin

- The wrap around oak staircase next to the study entrance hall leads upstairs to a superb master suite with a walk in wardrobe and further en suite bathroom with tremendous vaulted ceilings throughout

- There are two further bedrooms, the larger of the two being an impressive double bedroom with an impressive fitted cupboard

Nestled in grounds approaching half an acre, with the majority being to the rear. The gardens and grounds benefit from:

- Wonderful sweeping lawns

- Beautifully planted boarders and beds with a variety of colourful flowers and shrubbery

- An impressive rockery tiered pond area

- An outdoor all year round games room/cabin that is superbly insulated

- A Breeze house

- Various well-built sheds and storage units

- Completely enclosed and private

- Additional gravel parking encroaching into the left hand side of the garden

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