A substantial house situated within the Old Town a short walk from the Red Jet ferry.
Glenholme House is a large (3,250 square foot) family home spanning four floors, complete with private garden and off-street parking. Located in an elevated position in ‘Old Town’, Cowes, Glenholme House is just a few minutes walk from the Red Jet Ferry terminal, the yacht clubs, Northwood Park (with tennis courts), the marina and all the local shops, restaurants and bars that Cowes High Street has to offer.
With fantastic entertaining space, catering facilities and a BBQ terrace in the garden, this is a house with flexible accommodation that welcomes large groups of people. It has an established history of generating considerable sums for short lets for the various sailing regattas. Furthermore, planning permission is already in place to allow its next owners to alter the top floor to create a master suite or simply to enhance the harbour views, thus presenting an exceptional investment opportunity.
This is a rare opportunity to own an easy to maintain, ‘lock up and go’, contemporary family home within a stunning Victorian period townhouse, in a prime location. Well-loved by its current owners, Glenholme House is ready to move into. It is well maintained with new double-glazed wooden windows to the front and annual servicing on all plumbing and electrics. This kind of property rarely comes to the market in the heart of Cowes and is a ‘must-see’ opportunity.
Entrance Hall The wonderful wide entrance hall is accessed via the original panelled front door with stained glass fan light above and has a coats cupboard housing twin boilers.
Drawing Room Open fireplace with marble surround. Bay window with outlook towards St Mary’s Church.
Sitting Room Gas fire set in ornamental surround. Bay window
Study Built in cupboards (and fold down bed?)
Lower Ground Floor
Kitchen/Living Room A superb living space formed from a largely glazed extension opening to the garden. The kitchen comprises a range of units with sink, work surfaces, Smeg oven, microwave, range cooler with extractor over with oak flooring flowing through a wide opening to the living room providing particularly light living space with three sets of doors opening to the garden and with a glazed roof. An adjacent utility area has a double sink, space for a full sized and a slimline dishwasher, further cupboards. Understairs wine store/cold room with cooling units.
Laundry Room Cupboards, space for washing machine/dryer.
Landing with space for desk
Bedroom 1 A beautifully proportioned room with period fireplace and views towards St Marys Church, shower room en suite.
Bedroom 2 A double bedroom with period fireplace and shower room ensuite.
Bedroom 3 Views over the harbour entrance.
Bathroom Double ended bath, wash basin, WC, cupboards and period fireplace.
A further 4 bedrooms, (three double bedrooms and one single room) with a shower room.
Outside A large south facing paved terrace ideal for outdoor dining adjoins the living room, beyond which is an easily maintained walled garden including borders and olive trees creating a pleasant setting. Adjacent to the house is a single parking space.
Planning permission has been granted to alter the second floor accommodation, enlarging bedrooms six and seven and introducing French doors and ‘Juliet Balconies’ to both rooms. Planning application reference P/00405/14-TCP/1417/F.
Services Mains water, electricity, gas and drainage. Gas fired central heating
Council Tax Band F
Postcode PO31 7TW
Viewings All viewings will be strictly by prior arrangement with the agent Spence Willard.