Stunning property in a glorious location just above Ventnor Botanical Gardens and Steephill Cove. Very versatile with currently 4 Bedrooms, 2 en-suite, 2 further bathrooms, a utility, beautifully appointed kitchen with underfloor heating, and a stunning sitting room and dining space with conservatory overlooking the exceptional rear garden with viewing deck, lawn and Annex. This home has plenty of space for any family arrangement - in addition there is plenty of off street parking and single garage. To top it all there are Sea views from the front and even better from the master bedroom balcony. Come and see for yourself.
A bright welcoming space with 2 storage cupboards and stairs to the first floor.
Sitting Room - Dining Area
26' 7'' x 23' 0'' (8.1m x 7.0m) L-Shape MAX
A large reception that has large picture windows to the front and rear. Focal point gas fire and French Doors to the Conservatory. Plenty of space for a ten seater dining table. Double door to the Hall.
19' 4'' x 16' 1'' (5.9m x 4.9m) L Shape.
A wrap around configured space that has recessed lighting and doors out to the garden. Currently used as a private home office and seating area to observe the garden.
13' 1'' x 10' 4'' (4.0m x 3.15m)
A beautifully appointed room with contrasting wooden counter tops and a series of fitted floor and wall mounted storage units. Integrated dishwasher, gas hob and eyelevel cooker and up and over fridge/freezer. Tiled floor with thermostatically controlled underfloor heating.
A great additional space with basin and plumbing for washing machine and tumble dryer. Tiled floor and storage units.
10' 4'' x 9' 6'' (3.16m x 2.9m)
A down stairs double bedroom with front aspect.
Fitted with corner shower cubicle, w/c basin and heated towel rail.
What was formerly the garage has now been converted to provide additional living space and used as a home gym. The front of this space has been retained for storage and accessed via double doors from the drive.
A bright landing with access to bedroom and large loft hatch with pull down ladder.
12' 5'' x 12' 5'' (3.79m x 3.79m)
A stunning master bedroom with access to the side onto a balcony which enjoys sea views. Plenty of built in storage and access into the eaves. Door to....
9' 10'' x 5' 1'' (3.0m x 1.56m)
A well appointed Shower room with double walk in shower and remote controlled from your bedside, fully tiled, heated towel rail and large vanity sink and surround, w/c.
12' 5'' x 10' 6'' (3.78m x 3.2m)
A large double bedroom with side aspect picture window. Built in storage and door to En-suite.
11' 2'' x 4' 11'' (3.4m x 1.5m)
Fitted with corner shower cubicle, heated towel rail vanity sink and w/c.
12' 10'' x 9' 2'' (3.9m x 2.8m) MAX
A front aspect bedroom with built in cupboard. Arranged to accommodate twin beds. Port hole window to the landing.
7' 7'' x 6' 1'' (2.3m x 1.86m)
A lovely space with bath and shower over,w/c and vanity basin. Tiled floor and heated towel rail.
To the front is a drive with parking for multiple vehicles and attractive garden with mature planting and manageable lawn. At the rear of the property is a well established garden that has been well tendered. With resin laid walkways the garden has a large lawn and several seating areas idea for soaking up the sun or enjoying lunch. The garden extends up via stone steps to a raised viewing deck which enjoys a seaward aspect. The garden also accommodates a pond that houses specimen carp. A block built Studio/Annexe is also a feature.
18' 4'' x 14' 0'' (5.6m x 4.27m)
A purpose built space with power, lighting and double glazed windows and door. Internally there are storage cupboards and small counter top, and a shower room with basin and w/c. Heated via a wall mounted remote controlled A/C unit. Ideal for those with a view of working from home or even accommodating an older family member perhaps.
Private Drainage Information from the Environment Agency
• The General Binding Rules (GBR’s) stipulate that all systems must have an infiltration system namely a properly constructed drainage field to the current British Standard. This applies to all new systems and those built after 2014. For older systems, like yours, it has to be assumed that they were constructed in compliance with the British Standard at the time of construction, especially if it is not possible to find out when the system was installed. In light of the fact that we have no evidence to suggest your system is causing a pollution, and the fact that your last inspection by Dares declared the system working well and fit for purpose, you must assume that the system is properly constructed and therefore compliant with the GBR’s. We would accept this interpretation of the GBR’s.
• I suggest you view the General Binding Rules to familiarise yourself with them, but from what you have told us about your system we believe you are compliant with them. https://www.gov.uk/guidance/general-binding-rules-small-sewage-discharge-to-the-ground
If you are interested in the area in general.
We have added a photo of the development plan for the area from 1995 which shows the side of the road where no:20 is to be all in the green, and the other side is mainly green with patches of grey. The grey areas state they may need investigation or monitoring before local plan proposals are made. The fact they are building on these sites in 2018 would assume they must have passed the requirements. The red bit is the actual cliff at the rear so obviously cannot be built on.