Nomansland

£750,000

Guide price

  • Bedrooms: 4
Completed in 2014 and retaining the remainder of its new build warranty, Red Oaks is a stylish individual home enjoying characteristic split level accommodation and a host of attractive features.

Owners Comments

“Red Oaks has been designed and built to follow and compliment the profile of the land, with the split level ground and first floors providing a welcome separation to the open plan nature of the house.”

“I have enjoyed the ultimate tranquillity of the setting and the array of wildlife immediately visible from the house as well as the ability to walk to the Lamb pub and Mirabelles restaurant. The open New Forest is on my doorstep.”

Introduction

Occupying a particularly private and tranquil setting off a private lane serving three luxurious homes, the property benefits from well proportioned rooms which includes a beautifully fitted kitchen breakfast room accessing a south facing sun deck and an impressive open plan dining and sitting room partially divided by an elegant dual view woodburning stove. On the first floor are four large bedrooms served by two elegant bathroom facilities and, untypical for a modern, property offers carefully considered storage options.

The property has also been designed with a high degree of energy efficiency in mind including underfloor air source heating, solar hot water, LED lighting and generous insulation making it cost effective as well as beautifully styled.

Positioned in the heart of the New Forest village of Nomansland, tucked away from South Lane, Red Oaks enjoys much privacy and tranquillity and benefits from pleasant views across the neighbouring paddock as well as its own south facing garden.

Description

A feature oak front door with glazed side panel opens into the attractive entrance hall which offers porcelain tiled flooring and hosts the downstairs cloakroom fitted with a low level WC and modern bowl sink upon an oak vanity unit. The contemporary design and feel is evident throughout with attractive wood finishes and generous LED lighting supported by feature lighting. The kitchen breakfast room is bright and triple aspect with views across the decking, paddock and woodland beyond. The kitchen is equipped with an extensive range of white gloss units and birch worktops which extend into a useful peninsular breakfast bar as well as a central island which supplements the storage and workspace. Integrated appliances include a double oven, microwave, dishwasher and ceramic hob with glass hood. The units provide larder cupboards, carousel units, pan drawers and cupboards with courtesy lighting above and below. The breakfast area can accommodate large furniture. A substantial utility room with further storage and plumbing also serves as a boot room with direct garden access via an oak stable door. The split level of the house provides a lovely arrangement with steps and oak flooring descending to the open plan dining room and sitting room divided by a feature wall, hosting a dual view Fondis Stella 2 woodburning stove and recessed log rack. The sitting room is lovely, dual in aspect with double doors to an area of raised timber decking and also enjoying the clearview woodburning stove as a focal point. There is access to a cloaks cupboards and to the large and useful study.

On the first floor are four well sized bedrooms, the master enjoying a dual aspect with Juliet balcony overlooking the neighbouring paddock and fitted wardrobes. It is served by a delightful ensuite bathroom comprising panel enclosed bath, low level WC, double shower cubicle and vanity unit. The remaining bedrooms are served by the vaulted family bathroom which enjoys much natural light from its skylight windows and comprises corner bath, pedestal wash hand basin, low level WC, medicine cabinet and shower cubicle.

Outside

The property is approached from the private lane via double five bar gates to a large gravel turning area fronting the double garage which features an up and over door and loft ladder access to a large floored storage area over. There is a large area of decking on the approach to the front door. The south aspect of the garden is facilitated by an expansive sun deck which is an ideal relaxation or entertainment venue. The predominant garden is west facing, particularly private and laid to lawn with shed hardstanding and further raised deck terraces.

Location

Nomansland is arguably one of the most sought after New Forest villages boasting a well renowned local pub, an exceptional French restaurant, a local school with excellent Ofsted reports and recreation ground with tennis club. The neighbouring village of Landford offers a post office and village store and commuter access is excellent via the A36, A27 and M27. The village is also within catchment of the highly regarded grammar schools of Salisbury.

Agents Notes

The Solar Hot Water System and the Air Source Heat Pump currently generate income via the Government's Renewable Heating Incentive (RHI) payments system, which will run for an initial 7 years (currently) from the date of certification. These payments are transferable, although the new applicant will have to re-apply. Heating is underfloor to the ground floor and radiators to the first floor on a separate circuit for flexibility. The property is built with Michelmersh handmade bricks and Heritage handmade clay tiles and also has the remainder of its 10 year building warranty commencing in 2014.

Directions

From our office proceed along the A36 towards Salisbury turning left on New Road towards Landford. At the crossroads proceed straight over and across the cattle grid. South Lane runs alongside The Lamb Inn, take a private lane to the side of a property called Talsarn and Red Oaks can be found immediately on the right.

Arrange viewing 01794 278128

Charles Powell

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