Copsefield Drive, Ryde, Isle of Wight
£1,250,000

Guide price

Bedrooms: 4
An elegant Georgian house nestled away off of one of the most sought-after roads in Ryde. Copsefield House sits in approximately 0.5 of an acre and takes the lion's share of a larger characterful building. Built in 1812 and lovingly restored by the current owners, it was said to be the home of Queen Victoria's private physician and boasts a stunning Redwood in the garden, also believed to have been gifted by the Queen. This home is oozing with original features including; giant bay windows overlooking the garden and smaller prettier windows that overlook the Solent, fireplaces, window shutters and a spectacular porch that was added in 1878. There is a right of way directly to the beach that is private to the building, a lodge in the grounds for guests and ample parking for many cars. Secluded and accessed via electric gates, visible from the sea yet from the land, you would barely know this property existed.

STORM PORCH (BUILT 1878) Carved and turned wood with a stone base and pitched roof. Feature tiles to the floor and storm lantern greet you as you approach the house. A part glazed door and Gothic arch feature opening to:

ENTRANCE PORCH Original bell pull and restored (Downton) bells, stripped and polished wooden floor and a matching Gothic arch. Part glazed door leading to the Entrance Hall. Just before this is a similar door with stained and leaded glass leading to:

CLOAKS AREA With radiator, hanging rail for coats and a built-in cupboard for storage above. Dado rail and part glazed door leading to:

CLOAKROOM Comprising WC and micro handbasin with storage beneath. Sash window to rear elevation.

ENTRANCE HALL Dado rail and coved ceiling. Twin Gothic feature arches and ornate feature staircase leading to the first-floor landing. Two Radiators. Gothic arch opening to:

DINING ROOM 13' 11" x 13' 3" (4.24m x 4.04m) Twin sash windows with original shutter boards and a pretty feature fireplace with cast-iron grate. Original dado rail and coving. Radiator.

SITTING ROOM 31' 0" x 15' 11" (9.45m x 4.85m) A breathtakingly large feature bay window framing the terrace and beyond. French doors open here giving direct access to the gardens. These windows have original working shutters. The ceilings are ornate and are complimented by the 'wedding swag' freeze beneath it. There is an additional and unusual floor to ceiling sash window in this room, it demonstrates the clever mathematical minds that were those of the Georgian architects, as this window slides up into the ceiling and is stored in the wall above, making for a useful opening/doorway to the conservatory. There is also a feature fireplace and three radiators in this large room. Door to:

STUDY 14' 2" x 11' 8" (4.32m x 3.56m) The walls are panelled and in keeping with this room. There is a built-in feature corner cupboard and shelving. Feature fire surround and glazed French doors complete with shutters leading to:

CONSERVATORY 10' 9" x 9' 4" (3.28m x 2.84m) Glazed with a roof lantern, floor to ceiling double glazed windows and French doors leading to the terrace and gardens.

KITCHEN/BREAKFAST ROOM 17' 11" x 13' 7" (5.46m x 4.14m) Comprising a range of wall and floor mounted units with worktops over and a 1 1/2 bowl stainless steel sink inset. The room is divided by a central island with an integral electric hob and brushed stainless steel extractor hood over. Plumbing for a washing machine, dishwasher and tumble dryer. Integral twin eyelevel ovens. Window overlooking the garden to the side elevation. Radiator. Built-in cupboards either side of the chimney breast. Part glazed door leading to outside areas and another part glazed door leading to a built-in space housing the gas boiler and hot water cylinder.

STAIRCASE AND FIRST FLOOR LANDING Under stairs storage. The Gothic theme continues on the first floor and there is a Velux style window giving natural light and access to loft storage. Original coving. Radiator. Door to:

PRINCIPAL SUITE Inner hallway with a door to the dressing room equipped with hanging space. Door to:

ENSUITE Comprising a large glass shower enclosure, WC and pedestal handbasin. Radiator. Extractor fan.

MAIN BEDROOM AREA 16' 4" x 15' 11" (4.98m x 4.85m) Steps either side of the bed take you into the sleeping space where you are embraced by a large feature bay window that mirrors that of the main living room, it too overlooks the garden. This combined with a feature vaulted ceiling makes for a special room, flooded with air and light. Three radiators.

BEDROOM 2 17' 6" x 13' 11" (5.33m x 4.24m) Views of the Solent and beach can be seen through a feature bay window with seating beneath. Built-in cupboards either side of the chimney breast, coved ceiling and radiator. Door to:

ENSUITE Comprising a glazed shower enclosure, WC and handbasin with storage beneath. Window to side elevation. Radiator.

BEDROOM 3 14' 0" x 11' 8" (4.27m x 3.56m) A pretty picture window overlooking the gardens with a radiator under. Coved ceiling. Door to:

ENSUITE Comprising a panelled bath with easy access, mixer tap over with shower attachment. Pedestal handbasin, WC and radiator. Window to front elevation overlooking the driveway. Radiator.

BEDROOM 4 13' 9" x 10' 4" (4.19m x 3.15m) A pretty triple window overlooking the driveway. Coved ceiling and opening to:

Dressing area with built-in hanging space and storage above. Door to:

ENSUITE Comprising a glazed shower enclosure, pedestal handbasin and WC. Window to front elevation.

OUTSIDE Copsefield House is accessed via electric gates onto a gravel driveway. Met by a fountain and space for several cars, the plot is enclosed and dog and child friendly. Wrought iron gates give access to the walled rose garden which connects to the main garden, also accessible from the driveway.

The main garden is mainly laid to lawn and surrounded with an abundance of trees, shrubs and various plantings to the borders. A large paved terrace complete with lighting is the ideal spot for alfresco dining in the warmer months. The beach is accessed through and around the garden.

TENURE Freehold

SERVICES Mains water, electricity, gas and drainage.

COUNCIL TAX BAND F

EPC D

01983 538090

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