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This is a wonderful opportunity to live the good life and purchase a charming three bedroom semi-detached cottage with an adjoining two acres of land with numerous outbuildings, paddock and stables. The property could be continued in its present form or could be diversified into a number of alternative equestrian, leisure or agricultural uses subject to obtaining the relevant planning consents.
The property is well known locally as the H.P. House due to the distinctive initials that can be found in the brickwork on the front of the home.
Situated in an enviable position moments from Island Harbour marina and set in the beautiful riverside valley, about a mile downstream of the world renowned sailing town of Cowes. The marina offers 200 berths as well as many amenities including a licensed bar and bistro restaurant, chandlery, boat hoist and repair workshop. A little further approximately half a mile stroll along the riverbank, or a trip down the river in a water taxi, leads to the popular yachtsmans watering-hole The Folly Inn with lively evening entertainment, and large waterside terrace. Queen Victorias seaside home, Osborne House is about two miles away and Carisbrooke Castle can be found just the other side of Newport.
Newport, the Islands capital has an abundance of shops, pubs and restaurants and is a thirty minute riverside walk or just a few minutes by car.
The special thing about this home is although you feel you are in the middle of the country side and all that has to offer, you are also within minutes walk of the bustling marina. Country walks and cycle tracks are all close by.
This charming cottage offers cosy accommodation over two floors and has the addition of a wonderful conservatory at its rear sympathetically designed to remain in keeping with the character style that flourishes throughout the property.
The Island plays host annually to The Isle Of Wight Festival held in early June and is presently sited just south of the property, the festival has been going since the 1969. Popular with families the event attracts some of the great new and old musical acts and the Island's atmosphere is electric over the festival week
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