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Each property is in some way unique with highly individual architectural designs incorporating feature curves and cleverly calculated angles. Apartments, duplexes, penthouses and villas are strategically arranged to maximise views of Lymington River, the Solent, the Isle of Wight and inland over the nature reserve.
A similar amount of thought has gone into the communal areas and open spaces. The ‘hard’ is modelled on buckler’s hard in the new forest while the riverside walk and waterfront create both peaceful and bustling public spaces.
Be spoilt for choice in the local area
The south coast of England is peppered with places of significant historic interest, boasting the very best of British architecture and culture from centuries past. From henry VIII’s Hurst castle close by, to Winchester Cathedral further afield, there are generations of heritage for you to discover.
If you love to be beside the seaside, at Lymington shores you will be simply spoilt for choice with the entire south coastline yours to explore. Just a stone’s throw away is Hordle cliff and Milford on sea, both with spectacular views of Christchurch harbour, the Isle of Wight and the needles.
Lymington is surrounded by scenic beauty and an abundance of wildlife – perfect for walkers and nature enthusiasts. The nearby 500-acre nature reserve is a site of unique historical and wildlife heritage made up of lagoons, reed beds, salt marshes and mud flats.
Sailing is undeniably the most popular of sports here with numerous clubs for all ages, annual events such as Cowes week and the round the island yacht race. In fact, there’s a whole host of water sports on the Solent. Lymington is ideal too for cycling, walking and running, either solo or as part of a local club.