Shanklin, Isle Of Wight £349,000
Constructed in the 1950’s this three bedroom detached property offers light and well-proportioned accommodation over two floors and has been refurbished and extended in recent years to include a new heating system, electrics, a glazed porch and a fantastic x metre wide garden room. Pretty well-tended gardens to the rear have been landscaped and are full of colour and are well-stocked with fruit trees and vegetable beds.
The house is situated in the coastal town of Shanklin and moments from the cliff path leading down to Shanklin’s beach and the amenities of Shanklin, including a range of shops, restaurants and theatre are a short walk away. A train service to Ryde provides access to passenger ferry services to Portsmouth, connecting with trains to London, the entire journey time taking two and a half hours. There are also plenty of beaches, bays and coves nearby and there are stunning walks upon the Luccombe and Wroxall Downs or along the coastal paths. The area has an excellent micro-climate and nearby Ventnor has botanical gardens, further award-winning restaurants and a fish market in its sandy bay.
Entrance A light glazed porch offers a good space with plenty of wall mounted coat storage.
Hallway With under stair cupboard and tall cupboard housing consumer unit.
Sitting Room Herringbone parquet flooring and fireplace housing gas fire with stone hearth and mantle. Garden outlook.
Dining Room With excellent proportions and garden views.
Bedroom 1 A generous bedroom with newly fitted wardrobe unit, and bay window overlooking the front, with ensuite shower room incorporating a vanity unit, wash basin, shower, heated towel rail and W.C. and cupboard storage space.
Bedroom 2/Study A good sized room with cupboard storage.
Bathroom Recently refurbished with a new white suite of panelled bath with shower, vanity unit wash basin, heated towel rail, built in storage cupboard and W.C.
Kitchen With a good range of under counter and high-level units with space for a fridge/freezer and plumbing for a dishwasher, large range style cooker. Stainless steel sink with mixer tap over, and wall mounted combination Vaillant boiler and walk in pantry.
Garden Room This impressive room spans the width of the house and takes in the glorious garden outlook. This is a versatile space with worktop and plumbing under for a washing machine in addition to a breakfast bar and there is electric heating available, though the extension is particularly well insulated.
First Floor Stairs rise to an ancillary bedroom or hobbies room. This is an extremely light space with bay window and window seat achieving views to Culver Down and glimpses of Sandown and Shanklin Bay. Plenty of wardrobe and eaves storage.
Outside To the front is off-road parking and a lawn garden offering additional parking space and side access to the rear. With southerly aspect the rear garden offers privacy and an impressive tranquil space. With well-stocked borders around a patio and lawn center. There is an abundance of fruit trees including various apple and apricot in addition to vegetable beds and two external stores/workshops with power and lighting laid on. The mature boundaries incorporate a mix of hedging and specimen trees including an Acacia Wattle and Tasmanian Gum tree an Acer, climbing vines and assorted roses.
Services Mains water, electricity and drainage. Heating is provided by gas fired boiler and delivered via radiators.
Postcode PO37 6HR
Viewings All viewings will be strictly by prior arrangement with the sole selling agents, Spence Willard.
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