3 bedroom detached house for sale

Spencer Road, Ryde

Sold STC £425,000

Property Description

Key features

  • Detached Three Bedroom Family Home
  • Superb Location - Highly Sought After
  • Driveway Parking & Garage
  • Large Mature Established Garden .
  • Many Original Features
  • Lots of Potential
  • Lovely Sea Views
  • Chain Free

Full description

Tenure: Leasehold

Coastal walks in either direction are easily accessible, as is Ryde Golf Club and the local schools, while the proximity to popular Ryde town makes this characterful home extremely convenient, with ferries to the mainland just a short walk away.
Packed with original features and full of potential, the flexible living space is laid out over two floors and comprises of a traditional entrance hall, generous lounge, dining room, kitchen with sea views and pantry and larder, bathroom, and a conservatory on the ground floor, with three fantastic double bedrooms and family bathroom on the first floor. Outside this home benefits from plenty of parking, a large front garden, garage and 125' back garden which is south facing.
This is a rare opportunity to acquire a substantial family home on a large plot, in an extremely sought-after location.

Set back from desirable Spencer Road road in an elevated position, 33 Spencer Road is accessed by a long concrete driveway which leads up to a brick storm porch, which has interesting architectural detail and features an outside security light.

ENTRANCE HALL 10'2 x 6'9
Through a large, solid front door is the entrance hall - a welcoming space that exudes 1940s charm. With natural light coming through an original metal window in the stairwell, complete with a sea view, and plenty of space, the entrance hall feels lovely and bright. There is a useful under stairs cupboard ideal for coats, and there are doors off to the kitchen, lounge and downstairs bathroom. Telephone point. A radiator features a shelf over.

LOUNGE 18'1 x 13'9 reducing to 12'3 extending to 13'1
The generously proportioned lounge benefits from fabulous original 1940s metal French doors, which are south facing and lead into the lean-to conservatory, affording views of the large back garden beyond. A further picture window to the side aspect increases the amount of natural light, and double internal doors to the dining room create a versatile, semi open planned living space. A grand chimney breast is complete with an original rustic stone fireplace and hearth, currently home to a gas fire with a decorative mahogany mantle over. One alcove is the perfect spot for a desk, while the other currently has shelves fitted, and both alcoves benefit from wall lights. Two radiators come with shelves over, and thermostat control.

DINING ROOM 12' x 10'
Either with the doors to the lounge open as a large reception area, or with the doors closed as a more formal dining room, the space is extremely flexible. There is plenty of room for a dining table and chairs, and the dining room also benefits from a pair of original south facing French doors to the conservatory, which, when combined with a further picture window to the side aspect, creates a fantastic light ambience. There is a large radiator and there is also a door to the kitchen.

CONSERVATORY 26'6 x 5'9
A timber constructed lean-to conservatory which is south facing and sits on solid brick dwarf walls. With a UPVC roof and tiled floor, the conservatory is a fantastic addition to the home, and features two doors, one to the side aspect and one directly into the back garden.

KITCHEN 12' x 12'
The large kitchen window affords fantastic views over the front garden, select properties of Westfield Park and to the eastern Solent beyond. A solid hardwood kitchen, hand crafted bespoke to the room in the 1980s features large base units, fitted shelving over and high-level wall units above, all finished in natural dark timber. Worktops are finished in a country tile, which compliments both the timber units and tiled splash backs. Integrated into the worktop is a 1.5 bowl stainless sink and drainer, with a modern swan neck mixer tap and task light over, perfectly positioned to make the most of the sea views. There is space for an oven and fridge/freezer and plumbing for a washing machine. The floor is tiled in a neutral shade, and the kitchen also features an extractor unit in the window and a radiator. A walk-in pantry is a useful addition, and benefits from it's own lighting, it is fitted with shelving and is home to the annually serviced Potterton Combi boiler. There are doors off to the entrance hall, dining room and a door into the back porch. The kitchen tile continues into the back porch, which is the perfect spot to remove muddy boots after a day in the garden or sandy shoes after a trip to the fabulous beaches of the nearby coastline, and there is also a door into the walk-in larder cupboard, and a sliding door giving covered access to the garage.

DOWNSTAIRS BATHROOM
The downstairs bathroom is fully tiled, with a natural timber panelled ceiling and a light laminate floor. The large original window is fitted with opaque glass for privacy, and there is a traditional style WC in white with a matching pedestal basin, and a walk-in shower enclosure. A towel rail sits neatly over a radiator.

STAIRS TO FIRST FLOOR
The characterful staircase turns three times, leading past a window with Solent views, to the first floor landing. Featuring a radiator and large, full height airing cupboard, the landing also benefits from a hatch to the loft, complete with a pull down ladder, that afford access to the boarded and insulated loft, that also has it's own light. There are doors to bedroom one, bedroom two, bedroom three and the family bathroom.

BEDROOM 1 17'1 x 13'1
A fabulously proportioned room, with dual aspect windows which make the most of the sun from the south and the far reaching Solent views to the north. Large built in wardrobes are of substantial construction and the room is finished with a thick cosy carpet and radiator under the window.

BEDROOM 2 13'1 x 10'8
The large south facing window floods the room with light and features a radiator under. Storage has been cleverly built in, and a picture window to the end aspect provides additional natural light.

BEDROOM 3 9'11 x 9'8
Fantastic sea views are afforded from the large window in bedroom three, which benefits from a radiator under, plus there is an additional window to the side aspect. Plenty of storage is built in to the room.

BATHROOM
The family bathroom is fully tiled, with natural timber panelling on the ceiling and a wood laminate floor. The large original window has frosted glass, and there is a towel rail over the radiator. A pedestal basin matches the full-size bath, and a white low-level WC with dual flush occupies one end.

OUTSIDE
To the front, an original stone wall retains an immaculately presented lawn, with mature borders to both sides. A concrete drive leads up to the garage and house, and is bordered by further stone walling. A broad patio spans the front of the house, providing access to both side paths, and providing additional parking space. To one side, a paved path leads to a water butt and provides a perfect space for bin storage. To the other side is a garage and side path leading to the back garden. The brick built garage has a timber up-and-over door, and a window to the side aspect, and also benefits from it's own lighting, an outside tap, and sliding door access to the back porch. The garage is also home to the gas and electric meters. To the rear of the garage and back door is a sunny, block paved patio. Spanning the width of the grounds, a stunning formal circular lawn is surrounded by magnificent mature borders with a path and features a central pond feature. Between a trellis border is a large lawned area, bisected by a concrete path and complete with mature fruit trees and shrubs. A substantial greenhouse sits on a solid base, and there is high quality fencing to one side and a mature hedge to the other. To the rear of the garden is a block built composting area. Mature trees form the border at the end of the garden, beyond which are the playing fields of Ryde School. An absolute gardener's delight



Council Tax Band F
Energy Efficiency Rating TBC

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Listing History

Added on Rightmove:
30 September 2017

Nearest stations

  • Ryde Esplanade (0.4 mi)
  • Ryde St. Johns Road (0.7 mi)
  • Ryde Pier Head (0.7 mi)
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Odell Cottage 2 West Street Ryde Isle of Wight PO33 2NX

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Nearest stations

  • Ryde Esplanade (0.4 mi)
  • Ryde St. Johns Road (0.7 mi)
  • Ryde Pier Head (0.7 mi)
Distances are straight line measurements from centre of postcode

To view this property or request more details, contact:

Susan Payne Property, Isle of Wight

Odell Cottage 2 West Street Ryde Isle of Wight PO33 2NX

01983 646017 Local call rate

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Standard geographic charges from landlines and mobiles apply and calls may be included in your telecom provider's call package.

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