£450,000 Guide Price


  • Type: Detached House
  • Availability: For Sale
  • Bedrooms: 5
  • Bathrooms: 2
  • Reception Rooms: 3
  • Tenure: Freehold
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Property Summary

A 4/5 bedroom detached home with flexible accommodation in a great location. 3/4 reception rooms, kitchen with utility room and a beautifully converted garage.
Off road parking for several vehicles

Property Features

  • Detached property
  • 5/4 bedrooms
  • 3/4 reception rooms
  • Off road parking for several vehicles
  • 2 bath/shower rooms
  • Downstairs cloakroom
  • Water softener
  • Flexible accomodation
  • Garden
  • Great location

Full Details

A 4/5 bedroom spacious family detached home
Located within a quiet cul-de-sac, this wonderful family property is close to amenities and several schools. With flexible accommodation there are four downstairs reception rooms which can be used as a sitting room, study/office, dining room, 5th bedroom, playroom, conservatory or secondary living room. There are four bedrooms, with one en-suite as well as a family bathroom and downstairs cloakroom. A low maintenance private rear garden has a large garden store and with off road parking for several cars, making this a great property for a growing household.

Approaching The Property
This detached home has a driveway with a shingle area alongside that leads to the sheltered modern entrance door. There are gates either side of the property for access to the rear garden.

Ground Floor
This home has so much to offer both with space and flexibility and is very well presented with 'tiled style' flooring throughout the ground floor.
The central hallway, with a stairway leading to the upper floor, has a downstairs cloakroom to one side. In addition, this bright lobby has doors to a reception room which currently used as a child's playroom.
Following through the house is the main sitting room, that in turn leads to a bright and airy conservatory that is used as a dining area. This has two sets of double doors to the rear garden and the expanse of glazing gives perfect views of the garden.

From the conservatory, a further room can be found that, in the past has been had several uses and at present is a home office and sitting room. This cosy room, with wooden flooring has double doors to a private outside area that in turn can access the large garden store and covered log store.

The kitchen is fitted with a good range of white gloss base and wall units that have integral appliances including a dishwasher, 5 ring gas hob, microwave and oven. A solid light wood countertop complements the look and forms a breakfast bar at one side. With under unit lighting and low level floor lighting, this thoughtfully designed space has a stable door to the hallway and a separate utility room with space and plumbing for a washing machine and a stand alone tumble dryer.

First Floor
The first floor is carpeted throughout. The spacious landing houses a storage cupboard and loft (half boarded with access via an inbuilt loft ladder) and is decorated in modern soft grey and white hues. The four bedrooms are decorated in neutral tones. The principal bedroom has an ensuite shower room, and there is a family bathroom. The three further bedrooms all have built in storage cupboards.

Rear Garden
The secluded garden, reached from both the kitchen and the conservatory has a curved terrace which leads to an easy to maintain faux grass lawn with mature shrubs and trees around the borders. The good sized west facing garden backs onto open parkland, has the bonus of outside electrical points and PiR lighting.

Close to a park, primary school and three community facilities - football club, cricket club and the Isle of Wight Community club - you do not have to travel far for sporting or recreational fun within this particular area of Cowes.
Cowes is rich in nautical heritage and an international mecca for sailing, culminating in Cowes Week held in August each year. It has quick access to Southampton via the more modern Red Jet as well as many marinas and sailing clubs dotted along the seafront.

Within the High Street there are two supermarkets, many boutique shops, pubs and eateries. Historical Northwood House & Park hosts weddings, fairs, concerts and conferences with outside space to enjoy walks. The chain ferry, known locally as 'The Floaty', links Cowes to East Cowes where the Red Funnel car and passenger ferry to the mainland is situated.

Further Information
Tenure: Freehold
Gas central heating via Gloworm boiler
Council tax band: D (£2229.13 2023/24)
Water softener
Underfloor heating