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

01983 200880

Charles Spence
Charles Spence
Spence Willard team
Emma Bradley
Tanya Hill
Tanya Hill
Zadie Margham
Philip Weeks
Gaynor Owen

Sherbourne Street
Isle of Wight
PO35 5SB

01983 873000

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

The Square
Isle of Wight
PO41 0NP

01983 761005

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

The Old Bank
Tennyson Road
Isle of Wight
PO40 9AB

01983 756575

Jason Siviter
Jason Siviter
David Langford
David Langford
Cynthia Robertson

The Square
Isle of Wight
PO41 0NP

01983 761005 opt 2

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

40 St James' Place

020 7839 0888

Spence Willard London office
Bob Bickersteth
Bob Bickersteth

The cottage is believed to date in part from the mid-18th century and has an abundance of period features including an inglenook fireplace, exposed beams and period bannisters. Wellow Cottage offers well-presented and flexible accommodation with fine views and has been recently extended to create a large kitchen diner with a sperate east facing conservatory. It offers excellent living space and with minor alterations could provide self-contained ‘Granny’ accommodation on the ground floor, should it be required. The current owners had a substantial double garage complex with loft over and a power door built; furthermore, there is an extremely well equipped adjoining workshop to the side, which is perfect for woodworking or general home craft hobbies.
The interesting old brick-built outbuilding (which was in part, a former pig sty) has been used by a past owner, an architect, as a drawing office, but would be suitable as a self-contained annex cottage (subject to planning) if a new owner was seeking an income or perhaps just additional family accommodation. The grounds are a particular attraction and are overlooked by the principal rooms with good rural views across the farm to the south.
Wellow is a sought after and quiet small village around 5 minutes driving distance of the harbour town of Yarmouth, where there is a variety of shops, excellent sailing facilities and mainland ferry terminal. Nearby Shalfleet offers the unspoilt Quay, part of the Newtown Nature Reserve, and footpaths close to the cottage give access to miles of unspoilt countryside. In Shalfleet there is a shop, pub, church, and well-regarded village school.

Open Entrance Porch

With double glazed side windows to:

Entrance Hall

with staircase rising to first floor level with its galleried landing. Understairs storage cupboard. Double panel radiator.

Living Room

With double aspect views through windows with window seats overlooking the side and front garden. Large Inglenook fireplace, stone, and brick in construction with wood burner and exposed former bread oven. Exposed beams, double panel radiator and telephone point.

Dining Room

Window overlooking the patio and lawned side garden. Exposed beam, central chimney/fireplace on tiled hearth, double panel radiator. Doorway leading through to modern kitchen extension: –


Constructed just over 10 years ago with a lantern roof sky light, this is a stunning south facing room with a good range of modern wall and base units. French doors opening out onto the rear terrace.

Utility Room/ Pantry

Fitted with a range of base units incorporating a single drainer sink unit, with mixer taps, tiled splashback, plumbing for washing machine and dishwasher, and spaces for electric cooker and fridge. Three recessed ceiling spotlights. Dual aspect windows, one overlooking the rear garden to fields beyond, and the other overlooking the side patio area. Stable door with glazed panel to garden. W/C at the west end of the room.

Sitting Room

With window to front/doors leading into the conservatory. Ornate cast iron fireplace with tile surround and wooden mantle. Single radiator and door through to:


A wonderful addition delivering great views across the garden. There is a side door into the garden and bespoke handmade floor tiles from Zimbabwe.

First Floor Galleried Landing

with exposed beams, storage area, and access to roof void.

Bedroom 1

13’4 x 11’4 into eaves (4.06m x 3.45m into eaves) with window to front and low-level window to rear. This pleasant bright room has views over the garden to farmland beyond. Original cast iron fireplace with wooden surround, built-in range of wardrobe cupboards, single panel radiator. Access to roof void.

Bedroom 2

11’2 into eaves x 15’1 (3.40m into eaves x 4.60m) Dual aspect windows overlooking the front and side gardens. Exposed beams, single panel radiator.

Bedroom 3

Window to side with stunning views over the garden. Original cast iron fireplace.

Shower Room/ Bathroom

A large, pleasant room with a range of modern units.
Hot water cylinder and dual immersion heater, single panel radiator, side shelving, and access to small roof void. Double glazed window overlooking the rear garden and farmland beyond.


The gardens that surround the property are certainly one of its features. The large grounds incorporate a gravelled approach with a wooden farm gate to a large, gravelled turning circle, with parking for several cars. A detached former coach house constructed of brick under a slate roof is presently used as the GARAGE 16’6 x 16’6 with side door to garden, and separate Office area 13’4 x 6’9, with two Velux windows. Wooden doors give access to the parking bay, with ample storage on the exposed roof timbers, accessed via wooden stairs.
A recently constructed double garage building with additional workshop has power and an excellent amount of space for those with car hobbies etc.
The gardens are enclosed by fencing and mature shrubs and mainly laid to lawn, with a range of mature trees and bushes. A gently flowing stream (only part visible) runs through the middle of the garden in the winter months and nearby is a stone lined well.
To the rear of the property and below the garden area, is a small, paved patio area.

Council Tax

Band F

EPC Rating



HEATING Oil fired central heating. Mains water & private drainage.


There was a historic, now lapsed, planning consent dating from August 2012 to convert the coach house into a self-contained unit for the use of the main dwelling. This would comprise a living dining area with adjacent kitchen and WC/shower on the ground floor and a galleried sleeping area on the first floor having space for two beds.


All viewings will be strictly by prior arrangement with the sole selling agent.