Heath Cottage has undergone rebuilding and restoration by the current owners to a high specification and is award-winning, charming and beautifully presented.

Heath Cottage was built in 1855, is Grade II-listed and proudly sits opposite the church in this highly sought-after location. The plot stands at approximately 0.32 of an acre and enjoys distant countryside and sea views.

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Nestled in the heart of the village, it has been sympathetically updated and modernised throughout and Heath Cottage won the Conservation Award in 2013 for works completed in 2012.

Entry is via a partially glazed front door into the entrance hall which has a feature gas stove with log effect and wooden floorboards.

Isle of Wight County Press:

There are beautiful reception rooms.

The sitting room has a Georgian-style window to the front aspect and a feature fireplace, as does the spacious separate dining room.

The kitchen features a bespoke range of units with worktops over and a butler-style sink. The worktops give added character and come from the original wood removed from the Victorian pier in Ryde. There is a range cooker, radiator and flagstone floors.

There is an opening to the breakfast room, which has a feature fireplace, tiled floors and a garden view.

Isle of Wight County Press:

The kitchen is stunning and full of character.

There is a dual-aspect study/snug, a pantry with flagstone floors, a larder, a laundry room, a handy downstairs shower room and an inner hall with an arched feature doorway to the garden and wooden floorboards.

Upstairs, the first floor landing is an inviting space which can be used as a fifth bedroom/extra sitting room and has a feature window with church and village views.

There are four double bedrooms, two of which — the master bedroom and the third bedroom — have en-suite shower rooms, plus a good-sized family bathroom and a separate WC.

The master bedroom has a view of the church and the sea in the distance, while the other bedrooms have pleasant village, garden and countryside views.

The attractive family bathroom has a free-standing bath, twin pedestal hand-basins, a WC and shower enclosure.

There are radiators throughout the cottage, as well as feature fireplaces in many rooms.

Outside, the front garden is gated and boasts a Prince Albert Yew tree which can be seen in historical images dating back to Victorian times.

The side and rear gardens are enclosed and mainly laid to lawn with plants and shrubs bordering.

The gravel driveway is accessed from the rear of the plot and leads nicely to the timber garage. The garage has power and light and has previously been used as a gym, as well as a garage.

LOCATION: Brighstone


PRICE: £875,000

AGENT: The Collection by HRD

TEL: 01983 538090

WEB: hrdthecollection.co.uk

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