Brook, Isle Of Wight


Guide price

  • Bedrooms: 4

Enjoying an exceptionally attractive and quiet position accessed from a private road. Woodend was built in 1974 within wonderful surroundings of the former walled garden of nearby Brook House on the fringe of this particularly sought-after coastal village. The house provides particularly light accommodation that has been modernised sympathetically over the years with the careful selection of reclaimed materials, making for a particularly attractive and characterful home. All of the principal rooms enjoy great views over the gardens and surroundings whilst this stunning setting provides further potential. In recent years the current owners have converted "The Barn", a period stone outbuilding set within the walls of the garden, into a hugely characterful two bedroomed annex, whilst there is also a separate modern store building.

Situated within an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, set between rolling downland providing wonderful walks with Brook beach being approximately 600 metres to the south. There is direct access from the property to some of the Island's most scenic coastal and country walks. Brook beach and the adjacent Compton beach are popular with swimmers, surfers and kite surfers and forms part of the Island's Heritage Coastline. The nearby village of Brighstone (approximately 2 ½ miles away) has a range of local shopping facilities, a doctor's surgery and a primary school, whilst there is a pub a short walk away in nearby Hulverstone. Equally, Freshwater is easily accessed being about 4 miles along the scenic coastal road and provides a further range of shops and supermarkets. Yarmouth with its popular harbour, range of restaurants, shops and ferry links to Lymington is about 5 miles away.

Ground Floor

Entrance Hall

Hardwood staircase to first floor.

Sitting Room

A beautifully proportioned triple aspect room with wide windows and French doors overlooking the gardens. Ornamental marble fire surround and wood burning stove.

Shower Room

Travertine flooring and large walk in shower with deluge showerhead, wash basin and WC.

Kitchen/Dining Room

A beautifully light room comprising a kitchen area with hand built wooden cupboards incorporating solid Beech work surface and butler sink, a four oven electric Aga, space for a dishwasher. The room opens into the spacious dining area with wonderful views over the gardens via a wide bay window.

Walk-in Larder

Space for refrigerator and extensive further storage, built-in wooden shelving.

Utility Room

An unusually generous utility room with a Travertine floor and space for an American style fridge/freezer, washing machine and dryer, and with a sink.

Boot Room

With stable door to the garden. Grant oil fired boiler.

Shower Room

Tiled walk-in shower,(ideal for returning from surfing etc.), wash basin and WC.

First Floor


Airing cupboard with hot water tank and slatted shelving. Access to roof space.

Bedroom 1

A double bedroom with a range of built-in cupboards and garden views.

Bedroom 2

An attractive double bedroom with a wide window overlooking the gardens.

Bedroom 3

A double bedroom with an outlook towards mature woodland.


Bath with mixer-tap and shower attachment, wash basin. Separate WC with wash basin.

Bedroom 4

Built-in cupboards and a westerly view.

Garden Room

Adjoining the rear elevation, with access from the garden, is a garden room with wooden tongue and groove panelling throughout and outlook over the garden.

The Barn

A delightful detached, stone building converted to provide particularly characterful accommodation comprising:

Living Room

With a vaulted ceiling, a seating and dining area with wooden flooring and a wood burning stove. French doors to the rear garden with terrace and woodland outlook, (separate from the main walled garden).

Adjacent Kitchenette

With hand-built wooden cupboards and thick, solid slate work surfaces with an antique butler sink, space for a refrigerator. Steps lead up to an open attic space with a series of windows making for a versatile additional space.

Bedroom 1

An attractive double-aspect room with garden and woodland views and its own WC and wash basin.

Shower Room

Terracotta tiled flooring, shower, WC and antique china wash basin set on period cupboard, heated towel rail.

Bedroom 2

A twin bedroom with garden views.


A pair of hardwood gates and a pedestrian gate set in the stone wall open to a gravelled parking area for a number of cars, from which an illuminated path leads through stunning mature gardens towards the house and The Barn. The walled garden, extending to about 0.86 acres features a wide array of mature trees and shrubs, lawns and well planted borders making for an idyllic and secluded setting. To the rear of the house is a largely lawned garden, with beautifully planted borders along the stone wall including many superb roses. A large south facing terrace is formed in the position of a former glass house paved in stone with climbing roses making for a wonderful outdoor dining and seating area. A private path passes through the woodland to the north of the barn, and onwards across a neighbouring property, allowing for pedestrian access east towards the main estate drive. Two neighbouring properties to the west also have right to use this pedestrian access.

Workshop/Store 18'8" x 17'

Timber clad and clay tiled roofed building served by power and lighting.

To the rear of The Barn is an additional area, north of the main walled garden with an orchard and an area of wild flowers which extends into mature woodland. In all the property extends to about 1.25 acres.


Mains water, drainage and electricity. Oil fired central heating.


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There are certain antique light fittings and other items that would be excluded in the sale, (these shall be detailed and the light fittings in question will be replaced with simple light fittings).


There is lapsed planning consent, (granted in 2014) for a double garage and log store, as well as to build a conservatory/orangery in place of the former greenhouse. Planning consent references P/00045/14- TCP/29928/B and P/01071/14-TCP/29928/C.


When approaching Brook from the north, proceed past Brook Church, take the next turning right into Brook, then take the second turning right down the private drive leading to Brook House. Follow the drive, passing Brook House on the left hand side and proceed through the large stone archway and Woodend is found on the right hand side.


All viewings will be strictly by prior arrangement with the sole selling agents, Spence Willard.

Important Notice

1. Particulars: These particulars are not an offer or contract, nor part of one. You should not rely on statements by Spence Willard in the particulars or by word of mouth or in writing ("information") as being factually accurate about the property, its condition or its value. Neither Spence Willard nor any joint agent has any authority to make any representations about the property, and accordingly any information given is entirely without responsibility on the part of the agents, seller(s) or lessor(s). 2. Photos etc: The photographs show only certain parts of the property as they appeared at the time they were taken. Areas, measurements and distances given are approximate only. 3. Regulations etc: Any reference to alterations to, or use of, any part of the property does not mean that any necessary planning, building regulations or other consent has been obtained. A buyer or lessee must find out by inspection or in other ways that these matters have been properly dealt with and that all information is correct. 4. VAT: The VAT position relating to the property may change without notice.

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