Gore Road, New Milton


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  • Bedrooms: 3
Nestled between Highcliffe & New Milton, set back & hidden behind large hedge row & wooden gates, is this beautifully renovated and remodelled 1890's Victorian detached red brick railway cottage. Set in 0.43 acre of mature gardens with parking for several vehicles & a garage.

Snug/Family room * Living room * Dining room * Kitchen * Utility * Cloakroom * Three first floor double bedrooms * Dressing room to master bedroom * Family shower room * Two en-suite bath/shower rooms * Large driveway * Detached garage * Two outbuildings * Set in gardens totalling 0.43 of an acres *

Directional Note: From the shops in Highcliffe, proceed east along the Lymington Road and upon reaching the roundabout, take the first exit into Ringwood Road. Take the 2nd turning on the right into Walkford Road and continue into Gore Road, where the property can be found on the left just after Walkford lane.

Nestled between Highcliffe and New Milton and set back and hidden behind large hedge row and double wooden gates, is this beautifully renovated and remodelled 1890's Victorian detached red brick railway cottage. It is conveniently located for pub/restaurants, local village stores, sailing and golf clubs.

The current owners have retained many of its original features, including fireplaces, wooden doors, architraves and coved ceilings. It is set in 0.43 of an acre of mature and well established gardens and boasts parking for several vehicles including a boat or caravan as well as a garage, plus two superb outbuildings that could be used as annex accommodation for family members, or as a home office.

The property is set on the edge of the New Forest country park and situated opposite the 5 star Chewton Glen Hotel. It is also just a short distance from the Highcliffe clifftop with its miles of award winning sandy beaches. Bus and rail links are all close at hand.

Entry to the property via obscured composite front door in to porch with further door in to the hallway. The floor is laid to solid oak and this continues through most of the ground floor. Stairs to the first floor, under stair cupboard and access to the ground floor accommodation.

The snug/family room is the first room you come to, two south facing windows provide plenty of light. From the hall you then enter a dining area that opens in to the kitchen. A pair of double doors lead out to the garden, a further pair of doors lead to the living room. This is dual aspect with south and west facing windows and a lovely feature fire place and surround.

A recently fitted Symphony Oakham Solid 'Blonde oak' kitchen suits this house perfectly. There is a generous amount of wall and floor cupboards providing plenty of storage, as well as a large cutlery and pan drawers. The units are finished with brushed steel handles, a light work top,and a tiled splash back surround. Inset ceramic Belfast sink and drainer with mixer tap, integrated NEFF oven with gas hob and extractor over, and a full sized integrated dishwasher. There is also the option for a fully integrated fridge freezer to be fitted in a large floor to ceiling unit of preferred. Door into utility room where there is space for an american style fridge freezer,washing machine and tumble dryer, a wall mounted gas combi boiler a door also leads to the side of the house. At the rear of the utility room is the downstairs cloakroom.

Upstairs you have three generous double bedrooms, two of which have their own en-suite bath and shower rooms. The master bedroom has two west facing windows looking over the gardens and beyond, and also a separate dressing area which leads to the en-suite bathroom. The bathroom suite comprises a modern but traditional style suite, a freestanding bath, shower cubicle, WC and wash hand basin, the walls and floor are fully tiled, and there is a radiator with towel rail.

The second bedroom is dual aspect, it has an en-suite shower room comprising a shower cubicle, both the WC and wash hand basin set in to vanity unit, fully tiled walls and floor, heated towel rail.

A modern white family shower room comprises a large walk in shower cubicle with both a removable shower attachment and an amazon shower head, inset WC, wash hand basin set in to vanity unit providing plenty of storage, fully tiled walls and floor and towel rail.


The well established grounds total approximately 0.43 of an acre, they are completely private and secluded, and the majority of it is either south or west facing making it a very sunny garden. The patio is of a raised decking area that can be accessed from the dining area, this benefits from both the southerly aspect and the westerly aspect making it a lovely daytime as well as evening seating area, it looks over the garden and beyond. The remainder of the garden is predominantly laid to lawn with various shrubs and flowers throughout. At the rear is a further area of garden that current owners utilise for storage sheds, a path leads down the one side to the front.

The front is laid to stone, this is for ease of maintenance and it provides private off road parking for several vehicles, this space would make ideal storage space for a boat/motor home/caravan etc. if required. There is also a pitched roof timber frame garage with power and light. The borders are all well established and mature.


Tucked away at the end of the garden are two versatile wood and metal constructed lodges which are a real feature as they offer great potential for annex accommodation or as home offices, or both. Both have water and electric supply. *SEE FLOOR PLAN FOR LAYOUT*

Both of the outbuildings benefit from their own council tax banding and have their own private outside space, being laid to shingle and bound by fencing.

The council tax band of the house is band D.

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