Accommodation comprises (all measurements are approximate):
Communal security front entrance to the communal hallway with stairwell and lift to all floors. Number 3 is a top floor apartment with a front door leading to:
Ceiling light point, central heating radiator, storage cupboard, coats cupboard and doors leading to:
SITTING DINING ROOM 20'2" x 13'7" (6.15m x 4.14m) maximum measurements
Double aspect UPVC double glazed windows with an expansive clifftop seafront vista incorporating the Isle of Wight Needles and Bournemouth Bay aspect, ceiling light points, central heating radiators, television point, UPVC double glazed door leading to:
ENCLOSED BALCONY 10'3" (3.12m) narrowing to 7'11" (2.41m) x 5'8" (1.73m)
UPVC double glazed enclosed balcony to the sea front, Needles and Isle of Wight aspect
From the Entrance Hall, door leads to:
KITCHEN BREAKFAST ROOM 12'4" x 9' (3.76m x 2.74m)
Modern fitted kitchen comprising one and a half bowl single drainer mixer tap sink unit set in a worksurface with base cupboard and drawer units and matching eye level cupboard units and glazed display cabinets, integrated Bosch oven with four ring gas hob and extractor over, washing machine and tall fridge freezer, work surface lighting, pull out larder rack, ceiling light point, breakfast bar, central heating radiator, UPVC double glazed window looking through the enclosed sun balcony to the seafront Needles aspect
From the Entrance Hall, doors lead to:
BEDROOM ONE 13'10" x 10'9" (4.22m x 3.28m)
Double aspect UPVC double glazed windows to the rear and westerly seafront aspect, double built-in wardrobes, central heating radiator, ceiling light point
BEDROOM TWO 10'11" (3.33) x 10'8" (3.25) maximum measurements
UPVC double glazed window to the rear aspect, central heating radiator, ceiling light point, double built-in wardrobe
From the Entrance Hall, door leads to:
SHOWER ROOM 7'10" x 5'3" (2.4m x 1.6m)
Incorporating shower with adjacent vanity wash hand basin with shaver light point over, tiled walls, obscure UPVC double glazed window, ceiling light point, heated towel rail, linen cupboard also housing the Worcester gas fired central heating boiler
Adjacent to the Shower Room is:
SEPARATE WC 6'2" x 2'4" (1.88m x 0.7m)
Comprising concealed cistern wc, wash hand basin, tiled walls, obscured UPVC double glazed window, ceiling light point
GARAGE 19'10" x 8'6" (6.05m x 2.6m)
Up and over door with a car port style parking approach, light and power connected, door to a further storage space, personal door to the communal hallway
TENURE: The residents collectively own an equal share of the freehold interest with an overriding lease (999 years from 1967)
MAINTENANCE: £400 per quarter year to include building insurance, upkeep of the communal internal areas and communal outdoor areas and gardens
EPC RATINGS: Current: 58D Potential: 70C
DIRECTIONAL NOTE: From the village centre of Milford-on-Sea proceed in a westerly direction along the High Street, joining Park Lane, (B3058) towards the clifftop. After passing the Beach House Hotel on the left, take first right into De La Warr Road and first left into Victoria Road, where the entrance to Sea Pines will be seen on the left-hand side
Milford on Sea is a thriving coastal village boasting a long shingle beach, lined with colourful beach huts and stunning unspoilt views across the Solent. The beach is a hive of activity in the summer with windsurfers, kite surfers, kayakers and paddle boarders, and swimmers also enjoying the sandbar at low tide. This traditional village is a secret haven of character and charm with its lively centre based around the Village Green offering a first-class range of shops, restaurants, pubs and cafes, as well as local amenities including a greengrocer, butchers, fishmongers, two general stores, a medical centre and a dental surgery. The Village Green is home to several events during the year, including an Arts & Music Festival, May Fair, Dog Show and Christmas Carol Service, with the Community Centre and the four village churches running busy programmes throughout the year.
Walks can be enjoyed along the sea wall towards the popular market town of Lymington and the tranquil hamlet of Keyhaven as a perfect place to stop and enjoy views towards the Isle of Wight, Hurst Castle and the Needles. The walk from Keyhaven and Milford along Hurst Spit to the castle dating back to Tudor Times, is a must. To the west you can walk to Barton-on-Sea and enjoy the views across to Christchurch Bay, Hengistbury Head and the Purbeck Hills beyond.
Milford-on-Sea has beautiful walks through sheltered woodland in the local Nature Reserves of Studland Common and the Pleasure Grounds as well as Sturt Pond. The New Forest National Park, only a short drive away, covers an area of 566 square kilometres and is made up of vast tracts of unspoilt woodland, heathland and river valleys where deer, ponies and cattle continue to roam free. Clear rivers and shady groves provide tranquillity and a car-free haven for walking, cycling and horse riding.
The towns of Lymington and New Milton are only 3 miles away, and provide easy access by British Rail to the larger shopping centre of Southampton and the seaside resort of Bournemouth, both of which have airports for domestic and international flights. The New Forest village of Brockenhurst also provides a fast train service direct to London Waterloo.