This well presented 2 bedroom cottage situated in the pretty coastal village of Gurnard has been renovated throughout by the current owners. Not only does it benefit from fabulous Solent views it also boasts a 200ft rear south facing garden. Viewing is highly recommended.
Renovated throughout by the current owners this two bedroom cottage is perfectly situated in the pretty coastal village of Gurnard. Every element of the renovation has been cleverly thought out, from the dimmable tilt downlights to the 'Geotech' gravel grid system used in the garden to the modern extended kitchen. Not only is this home located within easy walking distance to the local village shops, eateries and beach, it also has fabulous views of the Solent along with boasting a 200ft south facing garden. Perfect for those sun seekers.
The accommodation is arranged over two floors comprising of sitting room, dining room, extended kitchen, two double bedrooms, bathroom, outside toilet and with the potential to have off road parking (once permission is applied for). Viewing is highly recommended.
The front of this home has been paved with Geotech and crushed stone, which continues down the side path through to the rear garden. There is potential for off road parking with the correct application and permission. The original Victorian gate leads to the front door, leading into a front porch. Door into...
3.53m x 3.30m (11'7 x 10'10)
A lovely light room with bay window to the front with newly glazed tilt and turn window. Gas fire with mantle over. Arch was into...
3.81m x 3.30m (12'6 x 10'10)
Stairs to the first floor with under stairs storage cupboard. Window to the side. Wall mounted gas fireplace creating a cosy atmosphere. Door into...
3.30m x 2.87m (10'10 x 9'5)
The kitchen has been extended in recent years creating a light and modern room with blue 'K' glass windows to the roof of the extension. Fitted with cream high gloss wall and base units with wooden worksurface over. Space and plumbing for washing machine, under counter fridge or freezer and space for tall fridge/freezer. Built in oven with 5 ring gas hob burner and extractor over. Stainless steel basin with window looking out to the garden. Plinth heater under kitchen basin unit. Door out to the garden, which the current owners use as their main entrance/exit.
The first floor landing has doors off to all rooms on this level and loft access. The loft can be accessed by a ladder. It is fully boarded with skylight window to the rear, electrics and is of standing height.
4.27m x 3.30m (14 x 10'10)
A good size double room with the original Victorian feature fireplace. Stunning views across countryside to the Solent from a newly glazed, tilt and turn double glazed window.
2.90m x 2.16m (9'6 x 7'1)
A second double room complemented with dimmable spot-lights and a large tilt and turn window with window overlooking the garden.
Step down from the landing into a spacious bathroom with a white suite comprising of wash hand basin, low level WC and bath with shower over. Heated towel rail. Obscured window to the rear.
This amazing 200ft south facing garden has it all including an outside toilet! There is a world war II bunker, brilliant for storage. Two raised seating areas one making an ideal entertaining area, the second secluded and peaceful perfect for those relaxing moments. The lawn area is extensive and is broken up with mature trees and shrubs. Towards the rear of the garden is a large storage shed on a raised base, which would be the ideal location for a summer house, as it also benefits from Solent and countryside views. This garden is a sun seekers paradise and along with the home really needs to be seen to appreciate all it has to offer.
A third generation home that has been passed down from grandparents to grandson, which has been lovingly looked after and modernised.
Some of the original features remain from the Victorian gate and garden edging stones to the 'World War II' air raid shelter, which has been converted to a charming outhouse.
The friendly and welcoming neighbourhood is complemented by the stunning views of the Solent with a sunset that needs to be seen to be believed!
Living here for nearly 14 years has been a pleasure. We have enjoyed all the island has had to offer, from spectacular walks and views to island based events and incredible locally produced food and drink.
The Isle of Wight, particularly Gurnard will always be a very special place to us'
Gas fired central heating provided via radiators throughout (except for the kitchen) plus two gas feature fireplaces
Double glazed throughout
Dimmable tilt downlights are installed throughout the house
The Glow worm boiler is 4 years old in August and is located in the outside toilet
EPC: Energy rating...
Council tax: band C
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