- A stunning 5 bedroom Grade II Listed home
- A property full of character and charm
- Superb lifestyle choice
- Dating from the 17th century
- Period features and a courtyard garden
- Situated in a convenient town location
- EPC energy rating D (68)
Ground Floor Room Dimensions
|Dining Room||15'1 x 12'8 (4.60m x 3.86m)|
|Lounge||20'8 at widest point x 15'11 at widest point (6.30m x 4.85m)|
|Kitchen||15'3 at widest point x 12'5 at widest point (4.65m x 3.79m)|
First Floor Room Dimensions
|Bedroom 1||17'1 x 13'10 (5.21m x 4.22m)|
|Bedroom 2||15'3 x 12'1 at widest point (4.65m x 3.69m)|
|Bedroom 3||12'11 x 11'0 into fitted cupboard (3.94m x 3.36m)|
Second Floor Room Dimensions
|Bedroom 4||14'3 x 12'1 (4.35m x 3.69m)|
|Bedroom 5||10'9 x 9'11 (3.28m x 3.02m)|
Map & area
Please note, the map markers may only show the centre of a postcode and not the actual address.
- Lake 6.6 miles
- Shanklin 6.7 miles
- Brading 6.8 miles
Our local guide for Newport
Looking for estate agents in Newport? Our local branch of Pittis is on 28 St James Street, near M. Taylor & Sons, the jewellers.
Newport is the main town on the Isle of Wight, often referred to as the island's capital, which makes it one of the most desirable places to live. Carisbrooke and Shide are particularly popular areas, as they are located on the edge of Newport - close enough to pop into town but also far away enough for countryside walks. There is a wide variety of properties in these areas and they command higher prices.
Many tourists come to Newport for a holiday, but the town also attracts residents who enjoy the laid back lifestyle, with no motorways and low crime rates. Newport offers many attractions, including Carisbrooke Castle (part of the National Heritage Collection), ghost walks around the town centre's haunted buildings, and the annual Isle of Wight Festival. For dining, there is a mix of quality family-run restaurants, like Olivio's Italian, and fast food chains such as Starbucks and McDonalds. Sports fans can head to Medina Leisure Centre for indoor swimming pools and a gymnasium, or to the tennis courts at Seaclose Park.
As the unofficial capital of the Isle of Wight, local public transportation is excellent. Newport Bus station has routes to the whole island, the hovercraft from Ryde Pier to Southsea can get you to the mainland in ten minutes, and there are car and passenger ferry connections to Southampton.
We are extremely proud of our property selling record in Newport. We will give your home as much visibility as possible, by utilising leading sites such as Rightmove, Zoopla and PrimeLocation, as well as text messages, emails, regional newspaper advertising and mail-outs to our list of 'hot' buyers. We also use professionally produced brochures and professional photographers to ensure that your home makes the best possible visual impression. Additionally, our user-friendly website is packed with a host of features, such as floor plans and information on local schools and transport links. These marketing strategies will give you the edge you need when selling your property to potential buyers.