With 9 residential branches Island-wide Watson Bull & Porter is the largest Estate Agency on the Isle of Wight and has been serving the Islandís needs since 1850, creating an enviable reputation for selling homes of all types. We are proud to remain at the forefront of our established market with friendly and professional Island staff assisting you in all residential property enquiries, Country Homes, Letting and Holiday Letting, Mortgages, Surveys & Auctions.
With over 150 years of local experience, Watson Bull & Porter are committed to the Isle of Wight and assisting you in your move.
For all your property requirements on the Isle of Wight, all you need is Watson Bull & Porter.
Newport is the Islandís County Town being situated centrally, with the Quay at the top end of the medina River, and a mixed High Street of small traditional traders alongside national names.
A varied residential surrounding includes many Victorian character houses particularly in the vicinity of the renowned Carisbrooke Castle with estates having grown up around primary, middle and high schools.
The Newport office of Watson Bull & Porter occupies a prime central location on the High Street corner of St Thomasís Square and offers a range of properties in and around town, outlying villages including Brighstone, Shorwell, Chillerton, Rookley and Wootton Bridge. These all combine rural surroundings with easy access into Newport.
Walking from the central bus station, take Town Lane, across Pyle Street into St Thomasís Square. Walk past the rear of the church and our offices are to the right on the High Street corner.
Driving from the dual carriageway (Medina Way), take the lane for Newport Town Centre turn left at the third exit into East Street. Follow this road, going past Safeway and the bus station, keep in the right hand lane and follow the road around into St James Street. At the traffic lights turn right into High Street. Go straight through the next set of traffic lights outside Boots and Watson Bull & Porter can be found on the right hand side on the corner of St Thomasís Square and High Street