Pippin is a ground floor, semi-detached cottage in Martin, Hampshire.
It has high ceilings and has been tastefully modernised with excellent furnishings and high ceilings which give a light and spacious feel to the property.
It is perfect for friends and small families.
Inside you will find an open plan living room with a wood burning stove, a dining area and fitted kitchen.
It has underfloor heating for those winter months.
They have one king-size bedroom and one twin bedroom with a separate family bathroom and WC.
Outside you will find a private garden with a Cotswold stone pathway, housed with garden furniture and a barbecue.
There is a communal barn to the side of the property which acts as a sitting area and games room.
It has an L shaped sofa, pool table and an extra kitchen and dining area which is open for guests to use free of charge.
The property is surrounded by stunning countryside views with excellent opportunities for walking, riding and cycling.
Martin is a community village with stores and a daily food market.
There are many pubs, including The Compasses Inn in Damerham, a few miles away.
It also has a church of Norman origins.
The property is close to Martin Down, a large area of chalk downland which supports a huge range of wild flowers, birds and butterflies.
It has been named a National Nature Reserve.
Fordingbridge is a nearby traditional Hampshire town on the banks of the River Avon, and offers a good mix of shops, pubs and restaurants, a small museum of local history and a display of original work by the artist Augustus John, who lived here for many years.
The medieval Great Bridge, with seven graceful arches, is a major feature of the town.
Pippin is an excellent cottage for those family breaks.
About the location
Salisbury 11 miles; Bournemouth 18 miles.
Fordingbridge is a traditional Hampshire town on the banks of the River Avon, and offers a good mix of shops, pubs and restaurants, a small museum of local history and a display of original work by the artist Augustus John, who lived here for many years. The medieval Great Bridge, with seven graceful arches, is a major feature of the town. The immediate area is a wonderful place for visitors, with its beautiful scenery, nature havens, cycleways and welcoming people. Fordingbridge is conveniently situated for the magnificent cathedral city of Salisbury to the north, and the super seaside resort of Bournemouth to the south. The stunning New Forest National Park is only 1.5 miles from the town, where you can explore thousands of acres of moor, heath and woodland frequented by wild ponies, and dotted with quaint villages and country pubs. Within a short drive is the magnificent Elizabethan manor house at Breamore, as well as the New Forest Water Park, and a trip to Beaulieu, home of the National Motor Museum is not to be missed. This is a great location for exploring this picturesque and interesting area.