Beechwood Lane, Burley, Ringwood

Guide Price: £1,295,000
  • 3 bedrooms
  • Integral Garage
  • Potential to extend (STPP)
  • 0.5 mile from the village fo Burley
  • Dircet access to The New Forest
  • South Facing Garden


Fine & Country New Forest are delighted to introduce Southwood. A three-bedroom detached country home set in approximately a third of an acre, located in the New Forest village of Burley.

Coming to the market for the first time in 44 years, Southwood is situated off a country lane approximately half a mile east from the popular village of Burley. The property has direct access to The New Forest, making it the ideal home for riding, walking and cycling.

The property is a ‘blank canvas’ and offers someone the opportunity to create their dream country home. Subject to obtaining the necessary consents there is also scope to extend.

Benefiting from a southerly aspect, the property is bathed in natural light. Outside there is a spacious front lawn area and a driveway leading up to the front of the property with ample parking for several vehicles. To the side of the house is a garage and side access to the rear garden.

The rear garden enjoys views over the surrounding landscape and is a very peaceful setting with no immediate neighbours.


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Burley depicts everything you would expect from a traditional, New Forest village. Nestling in the lee of a hill surrounded by an area of rue outstanding natural beauty. A dramatic contrast of colourful heathlands, mighty oaks, beeches and lofty pines. Set deep in the Forest to the west of Brockenhurst, this village is extremely popular with a wealth of tea rooms, gift shops, art galleries and a Pick Your Own Farm.

When in Burley don't be surprised to see ponies and cattle roaming freely around the village; picturesque thatched cottages tucked away in unexpected places help to conjure up how life was in the past. Burley has remained (relatively) untouched by time, steeped in old customs and history, enabling visitors to unwind and enjoy its tranquil simplicity. Outside the village miles of open heathland provide good walking, cycling and riding. Burley was a famous centre for smuggling and is renowned for its association with witches, both ancient and modern.
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