• 386 Lymington Road, Lymington
  • 386 Lymington Road, Lymington
  • 386 Lymington Road, Lymington
  • 386 Lymington Road, Lymington
  • 386 Lymington Road, Lymington
  • 386 Lymington Road, Lymington
  • 386 Lymington Road, Lymington
  • 386 Lymington Road, Lymington
  • 386 Lymington Road, Lymington
  • 386 Lymington Road, Lymington
  • 386 Lymington Road, Lymington
  • 386 Lymington Road, Lymington
  • 386 Lymington Road, Lymington
  • 386 Lymington Road, Lymington
  • 386 Lymington Road, Lymington
  • 386 Lymington Road, Lymington
  • 386 Lymington Road, Lymington
  • 386 Lymington Road, Lymington
  • 386 Lymington Road, Lymington
  • 386 Lymington Road, Lymington
  • 386 Lymington Road, Lymington
  • 386 Lymington Road, Lymington
  • 386 Lymington Road, Lymington
  • 386 Lymington Road, Lymington
  • 386 Lymington Road, Lymington
  • 7927 Square metresArea
  • 4Bedrooms
  • 2Bathrooms
  • 2Garages
A Location Like No Other

Positioned to enjoy expansive views of the waters between Copper Alley Bay and Port Cygnet Bay, this property is offered for sale outside of the family for the very first time. Built in 1945 by the grandfather of the current owner, the love filled history of this home is equally as beautiful as the view.
Proudly constructed with hardwood and locally sourced timbers, this weatherboard home has been maintained beautifully over the years and still holds many original features that would have been stand out in its day. Certain Art Deco features can still be found throughout the house which shows the builder had strong ties to tradition and an appreciation for quality alongside design simplicity.
Thanks to the Easterly aspect, you’ll enjoy the early morning sun as it rises over the waterway and the pastures and gardens will benefit from the afternoon sun as well.
The floor plan is typical for the era, which allows for plenty of scope to open the spaces in a way that suits your lifestyle and further take advantage of the views.
The bedrooms and bathroom are found at the northerly end of the house and the two master sized rooms at the front offer large timber framed windows that capture the lapping shores and allow glorious sun light to shine through all year round.
The land is just shy of 2 acres and is currently split into a house garden, orchard area and a rear paddock which is ideal for a horse or some smaller stock like sheep or alpacas.
A very generous timber workshop sits by the roadside and offers lights, electricity and a spacious parking area in front; this hints at the possibility of a roadside stall or an art studio that could be included easily into the popular Art Trail held annually in the area.
Across the road is Langdons Point, known historically as ‘Long Wharf’ which provides a lovely spot to take in the sea breezes and throw in a fishing line. A registered mooring site can be transferred as part of the sale
Phone or email me to find out more about this charming family home and to book your inspection to view.