Ringwood Terrace is a charming late Victorian cottage at the end of a terrace of four houses overlooking Waters Green.
The cottage is situated in a pleasant and peaceful setting within the conservation area on the edge of the village of Brockenhurst surrounded by some of the older cottages in the area. New Forest ponies and other forest animals often graze on Waters Green.
From the cottage you can walk directly out onto Butts Lawn and Black Knowl or along the Lymington River to Queen Bower and Ober Heath into deep forest. The cottage sleeps up to six people comfortably.
Parking is available off the road in front of the cottage on the edge of the Green.
Brockenhurst lies off the main A337 Lyndhurst to Lymington road. The village has an excellent butcher, baker, general stores and post office on the high street which is only a few minutes walk away.
Brockenhurst is well-located and surrounded by the New Forest, yet only a few minutes drive from the sea at Lymington - an attractive Georgian town renowned for its quayside, cobbled streets, sea-farers’ cottages, sailing boats and saturday street market. Lymington also has several supermarkets including Marks & Spencer, Waitrose and Tesco as well as some good restaurants and public houses with good food and pleasant atmosphere.