An interesting mix of Scandinavian and modernism with this Cheshire Robbins-designed three-bedroom property in New Milton, Hampshire.
The house,which is set into a hill, dates back to 1986, but still looks pretty current, especially with its open plan layout. There is scope to extend further is three bedrooms isn’t enough, with large secluded grounds also a feature of this place.
Layout-wise, the front door opens to the entrance hallway with tiled floor, leading to an open plan living area with wood burning stove and double glazed floor to ceiling windows allow maximum light. You’ll also notice the high vaulted ceilings, which boost the feeling of space. An arch also leads to the fitted kitchen with dual-aspect windows. There is also a bedroom on this floor, with an en-suite shower room with shower, hand basin and WC.
Stairs to the first floor lead to the master bedroom suite with en-suite bathroom and sitting room/study area with continuing views over the gardens. Head to the lower ground floor and you’ll find a bedroom with double-door access to the gardens, a store room and an integral garage with double opening doors to driveway.
Outside, there is a ‘good sized’ upper garden laid partly to lawn and partly to shingle, with ample parking, along with a purpose built log shed/store with pitched roof. The gardens continue to the side and front of the property, including lawns, pond and a separate woodland area.
It’s all on the market for £499,950.