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Waterside House
72a High Street
Cowes
Isle of Wight
PO31 7RE

01983 219967
commercial@spencewillard.co.uk

Cowes Office
Cowes Office
Spence Willard Commercial

Waterside House
72a High Street
Cowes
Isle of Wight
PO31 7RE

01983 200880
cowes@spencewillard.co.uk

Cowes Office
Charles Spence
Charles Spence
Tanya Hill
Tanya Hill
Spence Willard team
Emma Bradley
Zadie Margham
Zadie Margham
Natalie Miley
Natalie Miley

Sherbourne Street
Bembridge
Isle of Wight
PO35 5SB

01983 873000
bembridge@spencewillard.co.uk

Spence Willard Bembridge
Spence Willard team
Sam Branston
Hannah Cook
Hannah Cook
Lauren Taylor
Lauren Taylor
Charlotte Branston
Charlotte Branston

The Square
Yarmouth
Isle of Wight
PO41 0NP

01983 761005
yarmouth@spencewillard.co.uk

Spence Willard Yarmouth
Spence Willard team
Duncan Willard
Lesley Samson
Lesley Samson

The Old Bank
Tennyson Road
Freshwater
Isle of Wight
PO40 9AB

01983 756575
freshwater@spencewillard.co.uk

Spence Willard Freshwater
Jason Siviter
Jason Siviter
David Langford
David Langford
Sarah Kujawa
Sarah Kujawa

The Square
Yarmouth
Isle of Wight
PO41 0NP

01983 761005 opt 2
lettings@spencewillard.co.uk

Spence Willard office
Laura Homes
Alice MacNab
Alice MacNab
Henrietta MacLean
Henrietta MacLean

40 St James' Place
London
SW1A 1NS

020 7839 0888
london@spencewillard.co.uk

Spence Willard London office
Bob Bickersteth
Bob Bickersteth
Katinka Stampa Orwin
Katinka Stampa Orwin
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Tremore Cottage
The property is situated in an attractive location within this charming village, close to the ancient church but elevated in a beautifully private setting in what was once part of The Rectory gardens. The village store is just opposite whilst there is direct access to an excellent array of walks directly from the property, (a footpath leading up on to the downland can be accessed directly from the top of the garden) and the popular Crown Inn is just a 2 minute walk away beyond the Medieval church. Situated a short drive from the south western coast of the Island whilst Newport’s wider range of facilities is a short drive through the Bowcombe Valley.

The house believed to originate from the late 1970’s, built in local stone with timber clad upper elevations and has UPVC double glazed windows throughout and is well-presented. An adjoining self-contained annex can either be incorporated into the main house or provide a useful income from letting, or alternatively house extended family. The attractive gardens of about half an acre partly comprises lawned garden to the south of the house and to the east a partially terraced and wooded bank that requires limited maintenance and attracts an array of wildlife. A gravelled drive with electric gates leads to ample parking and a recently constructed double carport and workshop, (with the workshop having further potential for conversion to a home office).

Accommodation
A glazed canopy leads to a porch with a pair of oak framed glazed doors opening to:

Entrance Hall
A wonderfully spacious hall open to the galleried landing above and flooded with natural light from a large south facing first floor window. Staircase leading up to galleried landing above with oak handrail and glazed panels and understairs cupboard. Coat hooks.

Cloakroom
Wash basin & WC.

Sitting Room
A really nicely proportioned dual aspect room with southerly and westerly aspects with an outlook over the gardens and largely wooded surroundings of the village. Stone fireplace and hearth with electric stove, (with chimney).

Kitchen
Fitted with an extensive range of matching base and wall cupboards with worksurfaces and a range of integral appliances including twin Bosch ovens, a ceramic hob with extractor over, freezer and washing machine, freestanding dishwasher and space for refrigerator. Outlook over the rear garden and a part-glazed door opening to the rear garden.

Dining Room
A nicely proportioned room with glazed door to:

Conservatory
Facing south a UPVC framed structure with an outlook over the gardens with tiled flooring and French doors opening to the garden.

First Floor

Galleried Landing
With a southerly outlook and airing cupboard housing direct hot water cylinder.

Bedroom 1
Large double bedroom with southerly and westerly views. A range of built-in cupboards.

Shower Room En-Suite
A large walk-in shower, wash basin, WC, bidet and towel rail.

Bedroom 2
With southerly outlook.

Bedroom 3
With country views.

Family Bathroom
Bath with tiled surround, with mixer tap and separate shower over. Wash basin, WC and heated towel rail.

Annex Self-contained, on the eastern side of the house with its own door to the front elevation, (but also accessible from the kitchen) comprising:

Hallway
With coat hooks.

Kitchen/Living Room
A dual aspect room with a fitted kitchen to one end with a range of base and wall cupboards along with an integral oven, hob with extractor over and space for a fridge and washing machine/dryer. Stainless steel sink unit and worksurfaces. The room opens into a dining and seating area.

Bedroom 4
A double bedroom.

Shower Room
Large walk-in shower, wash basin and WC.

Outside
A gravel driveway with electric gates leads to a parking area flanked by lawns with various shrubs, adjacent to which is a newly built timber building comprising two carports and a workshop (3.83m x 5m) with a concrete floor, Velux window in addition to a side window, with numerous power points and lighting. To either side is a single covered carport with sensor lighting.

To the front of the house is a south facing lawned garden with an adjacent gravel terrace providing an entirely secluded, private space with a picturesque outlook towards woodland to the west with an old stone wall forming the southern boundary with the Old Rectory. A paved path flanked with borders planted with lavender and lawns to either side leads to the front door. A paved path leads past a further garden store around the eastern side of the house and to the rear, where there is a paved area for the storage of bins and a further lawned garden with timber garden store.

To the eastern side of the garden steps lead up to a sloped garden with various terraces, the first of which includes a greenhouse with an adjacent paved terrace and block-built store. There are further steps leading to a raised vegetable bed and various terraces with a variety of fruit trees. The area is covered with a variety of spring bulbs including snowdrops and daffodils. A path leads up to the eastern boundary where there is gated access to an adjoining field where a footpath can be taken leading to some excellent walks throughout the Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. There are various mature trees within the garden including an impressive Magnolia.

Services
Mains water, electricity and drainage. Oil fired boiler serving heating to both the main house and annex (with separate controls).

Photovoltaic panels
A 3.8kW system was installed in June 2021 with a 4.8 kW/hr battery. The storage system prioritises the use of electricity within the house then charges the batteries but has the option to export as well, (currently on a variable rate with Octopus).

Council Tax
Main House Band F | Annex Band A

Tenure
Freehold

Postcode
PO30 3JL

EPC
Rating TBC

Viewings
All viewings will be strictly by prior arrangement with the sole selling agents, Spence Willard.

Important Notice
1.Particulars: These particulars are not an offer or contract, nor part of one. You should not rely on statements by Spence Willard in the particulars or by word of mouth or in writing ("information") as being factually accurate about the property, its condition or its value. Neither Spence Willard nor any joint agent has any authority to make any representations about the property, and accordingly any information given is entirely without responsibility on the part of the agents, seller(s) or lessor(s). 2. Photos etc: The photographs show only certain parts of the property as they appeared at the time they were taken. Areas, measurements and distances given are approximate only. 3. Regulations etc: Any reference to alterations to, or use of, any part of the property does not mean that any necessary planning, building regulations or other consent has been obtained. A buyer or lessee must find out by inspection or in other ways that these matters have been properly dealt with and that all information is correct. 4. VAT: The VAT position relating to the property may change without notice.