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- Three bedroom character cottage
- Picturesque location
- Views of Carisbrooke Castle
- Traditional features
- Rear garden with court yard
- Minutes from town centre
- Plenty of storage
- Modern fitted kitchen
- En-suite bathroom to master
This picturesque late 19th century character cottage is situated in the historic village of Carisbrooke a few minutes from Newport town centre. It offers deceptively spacious accommodation complimented by many traditional features, such as exposed beams and wooden doors, giving it plenty of " Olde Worlde" appeal and charm , but with the added benefit of a contemporary modern fitted kitchen and stylish bathroom and cloak/shower room.
The cottage is situated in an idyllic location off Carisbrooke High Street and commands lovely views towards Carisbrooke Castle and the local church. Located down a quiet lane in this lovely position, beautiful country walks are literally on the doorstep, with the town centre also just a few minutes walk away. To add to its charm, a babbling Ford runs nearby.
* Three bedroom character cottage
* Traditional features
* Pleasant rear garden
* Contemporary fitted kitchen
* Modern bathroom with shower
* Spacious lounge/diner
* Lovely views
* Close to town centre
* Plenty of storage
* Downstairs cloak room and shower room
Occupying a secluded location on this quiet lane off Carisbrooke High Street, the cottage provides an ideal retreat in the popular and historic village of Carisbrooke. Views of nearby Carisbrooke Castle give you a real " steeped in history" feel to this three bedroom property which has great character and a cosy snug charm. A contemporary kitchen and bathroom ensure that all home comforts are still at hand!
Downstairs consists of a large hallway, generous sized sitting room, kitchen with views of the castle, and downstairs cloakroom/shower room. Upstairs are three bedrooms the largest of which features a dressing room and bathroom. The property contains many original features. Situated in a quiet location, the castle and the church tower can be viewed from the raised courtyard garden.
26' 3'' x 13' 8'' (7.99m x 4.16m)
14' 1'' x 7' 3'' (4.29m x 2.21m)
First Floor Landing
Spacious landing with plenty of storage.
13' 9'' x 13' 5'' (4.19m x 4.09m)
9' 2'' x 7' 1'' (2.79m x 2.16m)
14' 1'' x 13' 1'' (4.29m x 3.98m)
9' 10'' x 6' 7'' (2.99m x 2.01m)
The property has gas fired central heating.
Carisbrooke is a village on the south western outskirts of Newport, Isle of Wight and is best known as the site of Carisbrooke Castle. Carisbrooke was for centuries the island 's capital and was once called Buccombe or Beaucombe, and means the ' fair valley'. It also has a medieval parish church. St. Mary's Church (overlooking Carisbrooke High Street with views to the castle), began life as part of a Benedictine priory, established by French monks about 1150. The priory was dissolved by King Henry V of England in 1415 during the French Wars. Neglect over the centuries took its toll, but in 1907 the church was restored to its full glory. Its most striking feature is the 14th century tower, rising in five stages with a turret at one corner and a battlemented and pinnacled crown.
There is also a Roman Villa which was discovered in the Victorian era; this is on the site of the old vicarage and has now been converted into private residences.
The cottage is available on a long let basis, unfurnished, and would make an ideal versatile home.
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