Newtown, Isle Of Wight

£1,425,000

3 Bedrooms 2 Bathrooms 3 Reception Rooms

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A rare opportunity to acquire a secluded and modernised country house with ancillary accommodation, a stone barn and garaging with approximately 4.6 acres, bordering National Trust land.

Newtown, Isle Of Wight   £1,425,000

Old Clamerkin Farmhouse
Occupying a beautifully quiet and scenic location on the fringe of Newtown Nature Reserve, the property benefits from great views of the surrounding countryside. There are excellent walks and cycle rides directly from the property, including to nearby Newtown. The harbour towns of Yarmouth and Cowes are virtually equidistant with their sailing facilities, shops, pubs, restaurants and sailing clubs as well as their mainland ferry services.

The period farmhouse was subject to extensive modernisation approximately 10 years ago, which included rewiring and installation of a bespoke hand-built kitchen, new bathrooms, flooring including oak and stone and UPVC double glazing throughout. It is complimented by ancillary accommodation, a fine stone barn and quadruple garage in addition to paddocks. There are oak internal doors, as well as oak wardrobes in all of the bedrooms. There are great views from virtually every room over the grounds and surrounding countryside.

Accommodation

Porch

Reception Hall
A spacious entrance to the house with oak flooring and staircase to the first floor, wide openings to the kitchen and study.

Study
A versatile dual aspect space with an outlook over the garden. Oak flooring and window shutters.

Sitting Room
A really nicely proportioned and characterful room, centred around an impressive large period brick fireplace with a wood burning stove set on a stone hearth. Southerly views over the garden.

Kitchen/Living Room
A stunning open-plan living space comprising a well-fitted hand-built kitchen as well a spacious dining and seating area with bi-fold doors opening to the terrace and garden and providing wonderful views. The bespoke kitchen features oak cabinetry and provides an extensive range of drawers and cupboards in Shaker style with Quartz worksurfaces. There are a range of appliances including a Miele dishwasher, electric Aga range cooker with twin ovens and gas hobs, in addition to a separate electric Aga companion with double oven and ceramic hob with extractor above. Butler sink with mixer tap. Aga/Rangemaster American style fridge with ice maker and separate wine cooler. Central island with wooden worksurfaces and cupboards underneath. There is flagstone flooring throughout this stunning room whilst the dining and seating area has an atrium roof in all making a stunning living space.

Boot Room
Flagstone flooring and part glazed stable door to the rear. Oak framed porch.

Utility Room/Cloakroom
With space for washing machine and dryer, Boulter oil fired boiler, WC, butler sink, shelving and built-in cupboards.

First Floor

Landing
Airing cupboard housing direct hot water cylinder with slatted shelving.

Principal Bedroom Suite
Approached via a landing with a walk-in wardrobe fitted with extensive hanging space and shoe racks.

Bedroom 1
A triple aspect room with wonderful views over the grounds and surrounding countryside. This spacious double bedroom has bespoke solid oak wardrobe cupboards with hanging space and shelving.

Bathroom En-Suite
Luxuriously fitted Porcelanosa bathroom suite comprising a contemporary bath with mixer tap and shower attachment. Large walk-in shower with shower and riser. Wash basin with cupboards beneath and WC. Tiled throughout, with featured tiles and with a heated towel rail.

Bedroom 2
A triple aspect double bedroom with great views and solid oak built-in wardrobe cupboards. Storage cupboard.

Bedroom 3
A further double bedroom with southerly country views and a good range of built-in cupboards.

Shower Room
Tiled throughout with shower, wash basin with cupboards beneath, WC and heated towel rail.

Outbuildings
Situated to the rear of the house are a period stone barn and annex:

Stone Barn (12.16m x 5.27m)

A period stone barn providing a versatile space with double doors to either side elevation, stable doors to the Hot Tub deck, power and lighting. Adjoining the former stables, were converted approximately 10 years ago to form an annex, (no planning consent was obtained), comprising three double bedrooms along with a shower room and dressing room.

Quadruple Garage

An Oak framed quadruple garage with electrically operated roller-shutter doors, each extending to around 5.4m x 2.57m with power and lighting, one including an electric car charger. Extensive loft storage and ladder. Lean to log store to one end.

Grounds
The property is approached over a shared track with a five bar gate opening to the gravelled private driveway, leading to an extensive parking area between the house and outbuildings. The secluded grounds include lawned gardens surrounding the house with various borders making for an attractive setting. There is a large slate paved terrace to the rear of the farmhouse forming an idyllic outdoor seating and dining area with from which views of the grounds and countryside can be enjoyed.

Adjacent to the stone barn is a large raised decked terrace forming a great entertaining space with steps leading up to a sunken hot tub. To the northern end of the garden is a pond with an adjacent impressive willow tree whilst to the east is a paddock of approximately 3 acres backing on to National Trust land. In all the property extends to approximately 4.6 acres.

Services
Mains water, electricity. Private drainage system (shared with two adjacent properties). Oil fired central heating and hot water to the farmhouse and electric heating to the annex. Bottled gas serving the hob.

Tenure
Freehold

EPC
Rating D

Postcode
PO30 4PD

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

Important Notice
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