Renaissance Mews is located in the highly sought after central south of the High Street part of the exclusive Georgian market town of Lymington. It is located within walking distance of the High Street, Town Quay and the river with its two marinas as well as the Royal Lymington Yacht Club, Lymington Town Sailing Club and Lymington Rowing Club.
Renaissance MewsQueen Katherine Road, Lymington SO41 3RF. NEW SHOW HOME Open Daily, 10am to 5pm
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An historic and prestigious Georgian market town by the New Forest & Solent. Lymington is a highly desirable and ever popular Georgian market town providing an excellent quality of life benefiting from internationally renowned yachting facilities along with direct access to The Solent whilst also bordering onto the New Forest National Park. The desirability of the town has been noted by its inclusion in the Sunday Times 2017 Best Places to Live Guide for the South East region, where the judges consider data on crime rates, live expectancy, transport connections, broadband speeds and school performance, as well as culture, food quality and flood risk. The nearby village of Brockenhurst provides a mainline railway station with a direct connection to London Waterloo in approximately 90 minutes, whilst the national motorway network can be accessed at junction 1 of the M27 at Cadnam (approximately thirteen miles to the north of Lymington).
Lymington is a lovely Georgian Market Town situated on the Solent at the edge of the new Forest between Southampton to the East and Bournemouth to the West. It has a population of approximately 14,500.
The town enjoys a wide selection of independent businesses plus numerous national brands, restaurants, pubs plus numerous recreational clubs to suit all tastes. In one national survey it was voted the most desirable coastal town in the country taking into account criteria such as property prices, quality of schools and crime rates etc.
Historically famous for making salt, between 1724 and 1766 Lymington exported nearly 5,000 tons from its small and busy port all over the world. The last salt works closed in 1865, now known as The Salterns.
Famous for its harbour, two marinas, the Royal Lymington Yacht Club and Lymington Town Sailing Club, it also has a very active rowing club. Lymington is a select and lovely haven for the seafarer.
Moving to a new area can cause some trepidation when selecting new schools for your children. Lymington has a good selection of state schools, 6 of the 9 achieving good to outstanding in their last Ofsted reports. Lymington has six Primary, 2 Junior and Priestlands, Lymington’s Secondary School.
Priestlands is a highly regarded school with an excellent reputation and achieved a wonderful report in its last Ofsted inspection in 2008. “The overall educational experience offered to students at Priestlands is outstanding.
This is because all students are helped to achieve extremely well and to participate fully in the wider life of school and the community”.
If you desire a private education for your child, Lymington is lucky to be served by three superior preparatory schools, all of which achieved Outstanding Ofted status: Hordle Walhampton in Lymington, Durlston Court in Barton on Sea and, the Ballard School in New Milton, which educates to Senior level.
Living in Lymington; a Retail Expert’s dream! Where other English High Streets are in decline, Lymington boasts a wealth of exciting independent shops, galleries and eateries.
Enjoy a selection of turn of the century and contemporary art, browse the antique and second-hand Emporia or the one-off boutiques. Choose from fine jewellers or contemporary artisan craft stores with interesting and original home interior ranges and eclectic gifts.
Lymington also hosts a popular Charter Market every Saturday, with a rich variety of stalls selling everything from woodcrafts to olives.
Various Fairs and markets are regularly held in the Masonic Hall, table sales are held most weeks in Lymington Church Hall and there are fortnightly furniture and house clearance sales held in the Auction Rooms.
There is a good and varied selection of restaurants, cafes and pubs in Lymington catering for most palates; fresh seafood, traditional and continental cuisine feature predominantly.
Lymington, is one of the busiest and most popular yacht havens in the South with 2 local marinas and 2 sailing clubs. The nearby sea water baths built in 1833 are a special swimming experience, plus there is a very active rowing club.
On the Southern edge of the beautiful New Forest, residents of Lymington are able to enjoy all the activities that the Forest offers within very easy reach. Walking, horse riding and cycling are all hugely popular activities with many miles of well-posted designated trails for cyclists throughout the New Forest.
Other Attractions: The New Forest is also host to many more attractions including the National Motor Museum in Beaulieu, Exbury Gardens, and Calshot Activities Centre which offers all kinds of water-based activities and amongst others, abseiling, archery and cycling.
Other local places of interest (especially for those with children) in the outlying area include Paultons Park in Romsey, the Countryside Education Trust in Beaulieu, Ten Pin Bowling and Cinemas in Southampton.
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Please download our development brochure for information regarding this site and its local highlights. The brochure also includes floor plans and room dimensions for every associated development plot.
If you would like one of the Pennyfarthing Team to contact you about our current or future developments, then please contact us by calling our Sales Team number. We will respond to your enquiry as a priority.
Call: 01425 613958