Forming part of the owners’ home, however providing its guests with a good degree of separation, this character-filled annexe is situated directly within the town of Fordingbridge, which boasts many pubs, restaurants, cafes and shops. Less than 4 miles away, you can visit the superb Breamore House, an Elizabethan mansion that has an abundance of history attached to it. There is also a beautiful Saxon church to visit that is the oldest in Hampshire. Or why not take a trip to the coastal town of Lymington (22 miles) to enjoy fish and chips by the famous Lymington Pier and watch as the yachts anchor? The medieval City of Salisbury, with its 123m-high spire and an original copy of the Magna Carta, is around 10 miles away. A few miles outside of Sailsbury, you will find the legendary Stonehenge (10 miles). The seaside town of Bournemouth and Poole harbour, with its boat trips, are both within driving distance (18 miles) and well worth the visit.
Entering inside the annexe, you are greeted with a cosy country-style kitchen with everything you need to cook up a delicious meal, along with ample seating. Just outside of the kitchen, you are met with a spacious lounge with a Smart TV and a rather impressive view of the River Avon which can be further enjoyed by opening the patio doors. Moving through the property and to the left of the living room, you will find a bathroom with shower over bath and WC and to the right of the living space, up a small step, you’ll be met with a large bedroom, complete with ample wardrobes and again, a stunning view of the river which can be enjoyed from the comfort of a king-size bed.
An enclosed garden tops off this wonderful property where you can sit on patio furniture, enjoy a drink and a BBQ and watch kayakers as they travel down the River Avon. Furthermore, the property boasts a jetty where you can enjoy fishing all season. This can be accessed from the owner's own garden space, which you are free to use at your leisure.