- Modern Development
- 4 Bedrooms
- Close Proximity to the Village
- Moments from the Seafront, Bembridge Harbour and Wetland Walks
- 3 Bathrooms
- Countryside Views
Tucked away just off of the village green, a four-bedroom townhouse in a modern development. Arranged over three floors and benefitting from two bedrooms with en-suite facilities, this home is only moment from the Seafront, Bembridge Harbour and Wetland Walks. An enclosed rear garden and parking for a couple of cars, this property works as a family home or lock-up and leave holiday bolthole.
INTRODUCTION Tucked away just off of the village green, a four-bedroom townhouse in a modern development. Arranged over three floors and benefitting from two bedrooms with en-suite facilities, this home is only moment from the Seafront, Bembridge Harbour and Wetland Walks. An enclosed rear garden and parking for a couple of cars, this property works as a family home or lock-up and leave holiday bolthole.
HALLWAY 10′ 6" x 3′ 6" (3.2m x 1.07m)
KITCHEN 10′ 9" x 8′ 3" (3.28m x 2.51m)
LOUNGE/DINER 19′ 6" x 15′ 7" (5.94m x 4.75m)
CLOAKROOM / WC 6′ 10" x 2′ 10" (2.08m x 0.86m)
BEDROOM 2 11′ 11" x 10′ 5" (3.63m x 3.18m)
ENSUITE (BEDROOM 2) 7′ 11" x 4′ 8" (2.41m x 1.42m)
BEDROOM 3 10′ 9" x 8′ 2" (3.28m x 2.49m)
FAMILY BATHROOM 7′ 8" x 7′ 3" (2.34m x 2.21m)
BEDROOM 1 21′ 3" x 12′ 1" (6.48m x 3.68m)
ENSUITE (BEDROOM 1) 7′ 3" x 6′ 11" (2.21m x 2.11m)
OUTSIDE Off road parking for 2/3 cars. Small front garden laid to lawn. Access to the rear garden is either via side gate or via the open plan family room via bi-folding doors. Laid to lawn with patio and decked areas. Garden shed and fencing to borders. Garden measures 26’07 ft X 26’00 ft
WHAT DOES THE AREA HAVE TO OFFER The village of St Helens was voted the best large village on the Island in 2015 and is famed for having the largest Village Green in the Country. The house is only a short walk down to St Helens quay and the causeway across the old tidal inner mill pond to the sand dunes of the Duver and family friendly beaches where there is a beach restaurant. The small but vibrant village of St Helens has its own village shop incorporating the Post Office and coffee shop, two churches, two restaurants, a pub that serves food and an antiquarian bookshop. St Helens is located midway between the popular East Wight sailing centres of Seaview and Bembridge overlooking the Solent where there are excellent mooring facilities and yacht clubs. There is also a small marina and yacht club at Brading Haven at the head of Bembridge Harbour and adjacent to St Helens Quay. Cowes and Yarmouth are within easy reach for yachtsmen.
St Helens has good bus service that links into the Island network at Ryde, Sandown and Newport. There are extensive transport connections with the mainland from Ryde with its hovercraft and catamaran passenger services to and from Portsmouth and a car ferry from Fishbourne. There are also passenger and car ferry services between Cowes and Southampton and between Yarmouth and Lymington.
There are many footpaths around St Helens that lead down to Seaview, Priory Hotel at Nettlestone, the sandy beaches at Seagrove and Priory Bays, and off St Helens Duver which is owned by the National Trust, the bird sanctuary and beach, Brading Haven and Bembridge Harbour.
There are excellent shops and restaurants in Bembridge and the surrounding ancient downland countryside includes an ancient windmill, extensive sea views from Culver and Brading Downs that provide delightful opportunities for walkers, artists, photographers, cyclists and birdwatchers as well as all the other interesting and entertaining attractions that the Isle of Wight has to offer both for adults and children.
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