Set among fields and views of countryside is a spacious five bedroom modern farmhouse with stables, barn conversion, garaging and gardens extending to 11.5 acres (total of 38 acres available by separate negotiation).
A substantial family property situated within a rural and elevated setting, achieving splendid views of down land to the sea. Constructed in 1991 the farmhouse benefits from plenty of open space and five generous well-proportioned double bedrooms, two of which are en-suite. There is a good deal of character with timber double glazed windows, doors, beams and with pleasant views of the gardens and countryside beyond. Greenwood Farm offers an excellent overall package with the benefit of a two bedroom self-contained annexe over garaging. Approximately 25 acres of pastures and grazing paddocks, separate stabling/workshops.
Located within an Area of Outstanding Beauty to the south west of Brading, the property adjoins some spectacular down land, ideal for extensive walking and riding. Sandown beach is one of the most spectacular on the Island and is only 6 minutes away. There are local shops in Brading, whilst Ryde has a wide range of shops, restaurants and a well- regarded public school. Greenwood Farm is well located for numerous beaches and sailing centres including Cowes, Bembridge and Seaview.
There is excellent access to the mainland with ferry services from Ryde (within 5 miles), Fishbourne (about 7 miles) and East Cowes (11 miles).
Lot 1: Farmhouse, Annexe, Stables within the garden and approximately 11.5 acres
Lot 2: Approximately 15 acres of pastures.
Lot 3: Land adjacent to the River Yar – approximately 8.5 acres.
Lot 4: Barns and stables to the north set in approximately 3 acres.
Porch Timber glazed pitch-roof porch Opening to a tiled entrance hall with space for hanging coats and cloaks.
Inner Hall Spacious lobby with central staircase to the first floor. Under stairs storage and airing cupboard.
Sitting Room Substantial dual aspect family space with views over the grounds. A central marble fireplace with gas fire upon a hearth of stone and ironwork. A charming room with dado rails, cornicing and ceiling rose.
Sun Room Light room with patio doors out to the garden and westerly outlook.
Shower Room Comprising of shower, vanity unit with twin wash basins and W.C.
Dining Room/Study Double doors open to the sunroom and garden outlook.
Kitchen/Breakfast Room Impressive open plan area with farmhouse style kitchen and a full range of under counter and wall mounted storage units beneath Corian worktops and central island. Ceramic 1.5 bowl sink with mixer tap over and seven ring gas range cooker set within a brickwork inglenook and extractor fan over. Open to breakfast dining area with brickwork open fireplace and patio doors onto the rear terrace.
Utility Room A further range of worktops with wall and under counter storage cupboards, stainless steel sink with mixer tap over and space for fridge, freezer and washing machine. Floor mounted gas fired boiler.
Boot Room Timber frame and partially glazed with tiled floor.
Bedroom 4 Good size double bedroom with sink unit in a partitioned area in which an en-suite could be added.
Bedroom 5 Double bedroom with easterly views toward Culver Down, Yarborough Monument and sea glimpses. Built in wardrobe storage, en-suite with shower, pedestal washbasin and W.C.
First Floor Superb galleried landing with central hardwood staircase with banister and spindles. This area could provide additional family space, a small bedroom or study and benefits from splendid southerly views to Shanklin and Sandown Bay.
Bedroom 2 Generous double bedroom with space for a seating area, built in cupboard, under eave storage, views of the gardens and the sea.
Bedroom 3 Double bedroom with space for a seating area, built in wardrobes and views south toward the sea and east over Culver Down and Yaverland.
Family Bathroom A full suite including corner Jacuzzi bath, pedestal wash basin, bidet, W.C. and linen cupboard storage.
Bedroom 1 A light dual aspect room with views over the grounds and beyond. This comfortable master bedroom benefits from a separate dressing room with built in wardrobe storage and en-suite bathroom comprising of a panelled bath with shower attachment, pedestal wash basin, bidet and W.C.
Annexe and Garaging The Annexe combines 3 garage bays and a first floor converted into auxiliary accommodation. The Annexe consists of an open plan kitchen with sitting room and mezzanine deck, shower room and a good sized double bedroom. On the ground floor there is another large space occupying two converted garage bays, currently arranged as a bedroom. The annexe provides an ideal space for configuring as a gym, offices or a studio or as auxiliary accommodation as utilised by the current owners. There is a separate boiler, but meters and rates come under the main house.
Outside The Farmhouse is approached via an un-adopted tarmacadam track giving access only to one other property and is otherwise surrounded by countryside. With an extensive driveway and turning circle there is ample parking for several cars or a boat.
To the side of the house is a paved terrace and to the rear a walled courtyard beyond which is a block paved area adjacent to a small orchard which gives additional parking and access to garaging and annexe. A line of mature firs border the expansive lawned gardens and offer privacy and shelter from prevailing winds.
Stables A large timber built structure (20m x 8m) currently arranged as storage barn with three stable boxes and a tack Room. With water, power and lighting laid on this is a versatile unit situated on the western boundary of the main garden.
The Barn (Lot 4) Further along the access track and neatly tucked in amongst an assortment of mature trees in a fold in the ground is a collection of barns and stables with power and water currently on a spur from the main house. The stables have been used recently, though some modernisation may be required and there are excellent footpaths and walking routes directly from the property.
Services Mains electricity, gas and private drainage. Heating is provided by a gas fired boiler and delivered via radiators.
Postcode PO36 0EH
Directions Heading from Ryde to Sandown on Morton Road take the right hand turn onto Greenwood Lane, just after the ‘Welcome to Brading’ signpost. Proceed along the lane until you reach two of red brick properties, Greenwood Farm is on the left.
Viewings All viewings will be strictly by prior arrangement with the sole selling agents Spence Willard.
Isle of Wight
Tel: 01983 873000
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