Situated to the western end of Ventnor Park, Glencliff sits in an excellent position offering exceptional southerly coastal views over Isle of Wight beauty spot, Steephill Cove.

Adjacent to a former stables and the coach house of the now-demolished Steephill Castle and accessed via impressive stone gate pillars, this is on the market with agent Spence Willard.

Priced at £1,300,000, it was built in the early 1940s and offers good-sized, south-facing rooms, and sea views.

The house retains many original features including an impressive oak panelled hall, parquet flooring (recently refurbished) and stained glass windows.

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Isle of Wight County Press property need to know:        

  • Location: Ventnor   
  • Price: £1,300,000
  • Bedrooms: Five
  • Agent: Spence Willard 
  • Tel: 01983 200880  

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In recent years enhancements have been made including a new conservatory with first floor balcony above and a second floor bedroom suite.

With ample parking, a garage, car port, various garden buildings and a south facing garden, it provides a great overall package.

An impressive entrance with oak panelling leads to a sitting room with a wide bay fronted window, views over the garden and a fireplace with ornate surround.

A reception room boasts a brick fireplace with wood burning stove and a stained glass window.

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The 2012-built conservatory makes the most of the views towards Steephill Cove.

The kitchen has a good range of built in cupboards, a Belfast sink and a granite worksurface.

Spread over the first and second floors, five bedrooms and three bathrooms offer plenty of accommodation.

One of the bathrooms boasts a roll top bath.