Niton Undercliff, Isle Of Wight
£975,000

Guide price

Bedrooms: 3
Badgers Way Occupying a quiet, private and elevated setting with excellent southerly views across its gardens and over the English Channel. There is direct access to great coastal and country walks from the doorstep including towards nearby St Catherine's lighthouse along with various bays and coves. A well-regarded pub is a short walk from the property whilst the village centre of Niton, approximately half a mile away, has a great range of local facilities including a village stores, post office, a pottery, a further pub and pharmacy.

The single storey home is believed to originate from the mid 1980's but was extensively re-configured, extended and modernised between 2010 and 2015 to create really good quality, versatile accommodation. The re-configuration and extension of the house created a stunning kitchen/living room with walk in pantry and access to the adjacent terraces and making the most of the views, whilst the spacious sitting room also has access to south facing terraces and benefits from the sea views. There are three bedrooms in the main house with two bathrooms in addition to a study and utility room. New electrical, plumbing and heating systems were installed along with new windows and photovoltaic panels.

There is a large double garage/workshop with a more recent extension forming a superb studio, serving as a self-contained guest suite which could also be ideal as holiday letting accommodation, whilst there is also a separate home office. The property is set in delightful mature gardens of just under an acre principally comprising of lawns but with a wide array of mature trees and beautifully planted borders making for a highly attractive setting. Being within the famous 'Undercliff with a resulting micro climate created by being protected from the cold northerly winds and its southerly aspect, combined with the moderating influence of the sea there are a range of sub-tropical plants.

There are a series of Photovoltaic panels facing south and these provide an average income in excess of £2,400 per annum in addition to producing a significant proportion of electricity consumed free of charge. The payments are based on the highest domestic Feed-in tariff (56 pence/unit, index linked). With 14 years remaining this should generate income of £33,600, in addition to the savings on electricity consumed). The system is controlled by a Platinum 4600S, high performance 4.05KW Inverter. There is also an Electric car fast charging station - (Myenergii Zappi V, still under warranty). This has a remote control facility and works intelligently with the photovoltaic panels so when on Eco+ mode, the vehicle will charged by surplus solar energy generated. The majority of the house is served by gas fired central heating but the kitchen/living room and studio both have electric underfloor heating.

ACCOMMODATION

GROUND FLOOR

Covered porch with solid oak front door and glazed side panels opens to:

ENTRANCE HALL

A spacious entrance with coats cupboard and separate shelved cupboard. Hatch access to roof space. Light tube enhancing natural light.

SITTING ROOM

A beautifully light and spacious room with sliding glazed doors across the southern elevation leading to the adjacent decked terrace and garden beyond, providing exceptional southerly views over the English Channel. This well-proportioned room has a Chesney multi-fuel (wood and coal burning) stove on a marble hearth and an alcove providing an excellent tv area.

KITCHEN/LIVING ROOM

A spectacular open-plan light living space benefitting from wonderful views over the garden and sea. This incorporates a superb Italian designer kitchen by Scavolini kitchens under a high vaulted ceiling with a series of electrically controlled roof lights and with windows to three aspects. The kitchen area opens to the dining and seating areas with deep windows taking in the views as well as sliding glazed doors opening to the terrace.

The kitchen comprises an extensive range of cupboards as well as a large island unit, both with marble worksurfaces and a range of high quality integral appliances including a John Lewis induction hob with a Falmec pop up extractor, twin Gorenje ovens, steam oven and microwave, twin Gorenje fridges, freezer and dishwasher. Twin Villaroy and Boch sinks, one with drainer and filtered water. This beautifully designed kitchen has extensive storage as well as oak shelving facing the kitchen area and a breakfast bar.

PANTRY

A practical walk-in pantry with ample shelving including a traditional marble shelf.

BEDROOM 1

A good sized double bedroom with a wide window providing southerly views over the garden and sea beyond. There are an extensive range of built-in wardrobe cupboards.

SHOWER ROOM EN SUITE

Tiled throughout with a shower, washbasin, wc and heated towel rail. Mirror fronted cupboard.

BEDROOM 2

A double bedroom currently used as a home office with built-in storage with a solid beech surface.

BATHROOM

Tiled throughout with a double ended bath, large walk-in shower, wash basin, wc, heated towel rail and mirror fronted cupboard. Light tube.

BEDROOM 3

Currently used as a study with southerly garden and sea views.

STUDY

With an outlook over the rear garden.

UTILITY ROOM

With space for washing machine and dryer with worksurface over. A range of built-in cupboards with coat hooks, shelving and housing Vaillant gas fired boiler. Bench seat/locker and part glazed door to rear garden.

CLOAKROOM

Basin set in a built in cupboard, wc.

OUTSIDE

A tarmac driveway sweeps past hydrangea borders, mature trees and lawns and culminates in parking areas both to adjacent to the garage and the rear of the house. The gardens are a particular feature of the property and extend to just under an acre. Immediately joining the southern and western elevations are both extensive timber decked and natural stone paved terraces forming a variety of places for outdoor dining and seating overlooking the largely lawned gardens with spectacular southerly views over the Channel. There is significant coastal planting, with various grasses and hardy perennials and a series of specimen trees and well stocked borders around the edge of the garden forming a highly private and secluded setting.

There is wooden garden shed and a vegetable garden with a series of raised beds divided by brick edged paths leading to a 'Robinsons' greenhouse with soft fruit beds adjacent. To the rear of the property there are further raised beds and a rockery sloping up to the rear boundary again planted with a variety of sub-tropical plants. Small mature orchard to the right side approach of property with cherry, pears and apple trees. Security and other outdoor ambient lighting around the whole house, studio and rear home office. Two outside taps, woodstores and storage.

DOUBLE GARAGE

A detached brick building to the east of the house (with adjoining Studio) with electrically operated up and over door with power, lighting, workbench and various built in cupboards, Vaillant gas fired boiler serving radiator and The Studio.

THE STUDIO

With electric under floor heating and comprising a lobby leading to a spacious bedroom with 4 large electrically operated Velux windows with blinds.

SHOWER ROOM

Recently fitted with a large walk-in shower, basin with marble shelf over and wc, heated towel rail and tiled throughout.

HOME OFFICE

A detached insulated building to the rear of the garage forming an ideal home office 2.22 x 3.64 served by power and lighting with outlook towards the woodland to the rear.

SERVICES

Mains water and electricity. Private drainage. Gas fired central heating. Electric underfloor heating to the kitchen/living room and studio.

PLANNING

There is existing 'open' planning permission in place for extending the double garage and studio with a second storey and for a conservatory to be built out from the dining area. This provides additional potential for developing the property further (plans can be made available).

EPC Rating

D

TENURE

Freehold (The neighbouring property has a right of access over the initial section of drive).

POSTCODE

PO38 2NQ

VIEWINGS

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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