An impressive detached residence set in large, well tendered gardens and pleasantly situated along a sought after unmade road close to the beach and SSSI protected Nature Reserve in the Bay.
The property was only one of two when it was originally built in the late nineteen twentys and has retained lots of character with grand bay windows, stained glass on the entrance, picture rails, high ceilings and ‘Art Nouveau’ finger plates. The accommodation consists of reception hall, sitting room, dining room, kitchen and sun room on the ground floor and three ample double bedrooms and a large family bathroom on the first floor. Features include gas central heating, secondary glazing to the majority of the original sash windows, driveway, garage and superb gardens.
The property is easily accessible to Freshwater Bay 18 hole golf course and miles of Downland and country walks together with a local general store and wine bar. Within a mile are the shops, services and amenities in Freshwater village centre and the harbour town of Yarmouth with its excellent sailing facilities and mainland ferry terminal is within a ten minute drive.
PORCH Sliding double glazed door into porch with tiled floor and stunning original wooden main door with stained glass panel and side windows.
RECEPTION HALL/STUDY A wonderful welcoming space with window to the side, stairs off and doors to:
SITTING ROOM 16′ 8"into bay x 13′ 11" (5.099m x 4.249m) An impressive room with fireplace and wooden mantel over with built in cupboards to the recesses, plate rail and sizeable bay window to the front.
DINING ROOM 16′ 11"into bay x 13′ 3" (5.171m x 4.040m) A very bright and sunny room with full width bay window and built in window seat to take full advantage of the views across the beautiful rear garden. Exposed brick fireplace with wooden mantel and second window to the side.
KITCHEN 11′ 11" x 10′ 5" (3.639m x 3.176m) Fully fitted with a combination of wall and floor cupboards, drawers and glazed display cupboard complimented with a roll top work surface and inset stainless steel sink. Integrated appliances include, fridge/freezer, double electric oven and gas hob with extractor hood over. There is space and plumbing for a dishwasher and a large walk in larder. Window to rear and door to:
SUNROOM 14′ 10" x 11′ 6" (4.525m x 3.508m) A multi purpose room with kitchen unit, inset stainless steel sink and plumbing for washing machine under. There is a separate WC with window to the rear. Doors to both the rear and front gardens.
FIRST FLOOR Bright landing with twisted balustrades, large sash window to side and built in cupboard with slatted shelves. Pull down loft hatch with ladders leading to large boarded storage area with Velux style window to the rear. Doors to:
BATHROOM 11′ 11" x 7′ 8" (3.656m x 2.344m) A coloured suite comprising of tiled shower cubicle with electric shower and bi-fold doors, built in vanity unit with cupboards and inset wash basin, WC and close panel bath. Window to rear.
BEDROOM 1 16′ 9"into bay x 13′ 11" (5.110m x 4.249m) A luminous double room thanks to the large bay window with views across the rooftops to Tennyson Down. Fitted suite comprising of wardrobe, dressing table and a good selection of drawers. There are also two matching bedside cabinets with wall lights over.
BEDROOM 2 13′ 7" x 11′ 2" (4.151m x 3.424m) Double room with fitted wardrobes and two windows to the front.
BEDROOM 3 15′ 2" x 13′ 3"max (4.631m x 4.041m) Another double room with built in wardrobes and bay window with views across the garden.
OUTSIDE The front garden has a gravel pathway leading to the sunroom and entrance porch and is bordered with flower beds, a lawn area and trees. There is a gravel driveway leading to the GARAGE 17′ 5" x 8′ 11" (5.309m x 2.737m) with up and over door, power, light, window and door to the rear garden.
The well established rear garden is a flower arrangers delight with a colourful selection of shrubs and flowers set amongst interesting trees, tunnels, borders and rockeries. The rest of the garden is laid to lawn with under planted daffodils, hyacinths, crocus, tulips and bluebells for seasonal displays. As well as various seating areas there are two greenhouses and a timber shed.
COUNCIL TAX BAND F
EPC RATING D
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