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George Street, Ryde

Added on 15/07/2021
Susan Payne Property, Wootton Bridge

Key features

  • Stunning Grade II listed Georgian home
  • Three double bedrooms and two single bedrooms
  • Exhibiting a wealth of original period features
  • Beaches, town centre and schools nearby
  • Walking distance to mainland travel links
  • Private outdoor terrace
  • Semi-detached period property
  • Family bathroom and downstairs shower room
  • Central location, close to local amenities
  • Offered for a chain free sale

Property description

Tenure: Freehold

Offering an exciting renovation project, this historical Georgian property is a spacious, five-bedroom two-bathroom family home located in a central position close to local schools, sandy beaches and the town centre.

Located in an enviable, central but surprisingly quiet location within a short walking distance to an abundance of local amenities, this striking Georgian property boasts a wealth of character features including sash windows, art deco style feature fireplaces and traditional internal doors.

Within just a five-minute walk from the property is Ryde seafront which boasts long stretches of fine golden sand with numerous seaside activities such as bowling, playgrounds and an open-air swimming pool. With good local primary and secondary schools nearby, there are also plenty of high street amenities within short walking distance including boutique shops and convenience stores, a superb choice of eateries and even a local cinema. Another benefit of being so close to the seafront is having easy access to high-speed foot passenger travel to the mainland with Wightlink’s catamaran service and the Hovercraft which only takes 10 minutes to cross the Solent. Additionally, the Fishbourne to Portsmouth car ferry service is located just 3.4 miles away from the property. Regular public transport connections across the island are also within easy reach with the Southern Vectis bus station and Island Line train service located along the Esplanade.

Presenting a fantastic opportunity for the new owners to put their own stamp on and restore the property to its former glory, George House’s accommodation within this grand home offers extensive space including a spacious entrance hall with access to a large sitting room, a downstairs cloakroom plus a handy shower room, a spacious dining room with access to the kitchen and a study - all of which are located on the ground floor. A grand stairwell leads to a dual-level first-floor landing providing access to a family bathroom, two double bedrooms plus one single bedroom and a further turning staircase leading to a second-floor landing provides access to a further spacious double bedroom and a single bedroom.

Welcome To George House - Accessed from George Street, this beautiful Georgian property with a magnolia-coloured exterior façade exhibits white painted detailed stucco quoins, stringcourse details, window surrounds and a round-headed doorway within a moulded architrave complete with semi-circle fanlights above the front door. A low-level wall surrounds the front of the property with two entrance pillars and a few steps up to the front door.

Entrance Hall - extending to 8.84m (extending to 29'00) - A beautiful period front door with two obscure glass panes opens to an impressive entrance hall with high ceilings, deep skirting boards and a grand stairwell. This entrance hall gives access to a sitting room, a downstairs cloakroom plus a shower room, a dining room with access to the kitchen and a study through traditional white panel doors with beautiful push door plate detailing. At the other end of the hall is a beautiful period door leading out into the rear garden. Within this space there is a two-pane door which divides the entrance hall into two smaller sections, and there is a handy understairs cupboard with shelves, two modern radiators, an electrical consumer unit, and a single pendant ceiling light as well as a fluorescent strip light. The wall colour palette is neutral throughout this property and there is a wood effect laminate flooring spreading through this space and into the cloakroom and shower room to the back door.

Sitting Room - 5.56m max x 3.94m (18'03 max x 12'11) - Just off the entrance hall is a beautiful sitting room with a large bay window to the front aspect and a unique art deco feature fireplace at the centre with a neutral stone effect hearth, surround and mantle. The tall ceilings and large sash windows with secondary glazing fill this room with natural light. There are three modern radiators underneath the bay window, plenty of electrical plug sockets, and a large pendant ceiling light is suspended centrally. There is a neutral carpet in here as well as a neutral colour palette on the walls.

Dining Room - 4.19m x 3.94m max (13'09 x 12'11 max) - Accessible from the sitting room and the entrance hall this handy dining room has access to the kitchen through a white door. There is a large window to the rear aspect, overlooking the garden with a modern radiator beneath and a cupboard containing the boiler to the side. With a handy built-in storage cupboard to one side, the room provides space for additional storage units and there is a neutral speckled carpet located here as well as a single pendant ceiling light.

Kitchen - 4.65m x 1.93m (15'03 x 6'04) - Following a neutral speckled vinyl floor in this room, the kitchen comprises of wooden base and wall cabinets with a white marble effect worktop. There is space for an electric oven and fridge freezer and undercounter plumbing for a dishwasher. On the opposite wall sits a white tiled breakfast bar with a towel radiator under and a window looking out to the rear garden. In an alcove at the end of the room, there are more wooden base units incorporating a black sink and drainer with a traditional style brass mixer tap. There is another window above the sink which also looks out to the rear garden. A white tile surround runs along the top of the base cabinet, behind the sink and the breakfast bar on the opposite side. Two fluorescent strip lights plus a single spotlight provide lighting and there are plenty of electrical plug sockets.

Study - 3.30m x 1.47m max (10'10 x 4'10 max) - At the very end of the kitchen is a small room currently set up as a study. With a light wood effect vinyl on the floor and a window to the rear aspect, this room has the potential for a utility room. There is a single fluorescent strip light and electrical plug sockets in this room as well as a wooden folding door to enclose this space.

Shower Room - 2.36m x 0.81m (7'09 x 2'08) - Containing a ceramic shower tray, electric shower and a shower curtain, this handy shower room doubles as a utility room, with plumbing for a washing machine. There is a light pink marble effect tile wall surround with tile detailing around the shower and a pale pink patterned wallpaper covering the walls for the rest of the room. With a circular wall light and extractor fan positioned on the wall above the door, the room also includes a window to the rear aspect and a single modern radiator

Cloakroom - With an obscure glass window to the side aspect, this handy downstairs cloakroom provides a wall mounted basin with hot and cold taps and a detailed tile splashback, a dual flush w.c, and a single pendant ceiling light.

First Floor Landing - Up the neutral carpeted stairs to the first floor, a dual-level landing gives access to a good size family bathroom, two double bedrooms and a single bedroom. This area is lit by two ceiling lights.

Bedroom One - 5.54m x 3.96m max (18'02 x 13'00 max) - The focal point of this room is the charming art deco feature fireplace with a gas fire. This beautifully bright bedroom boasts a large bay window to the front aspect with three modern radiators below. With grand high ceilings and deep skirting boards, this neutral carpeted room boasts period features and there are also two fluorescent ceiling strip lights.

Family Bathroom - Comprising of a white vinyl floor and white wall tile surround with a contrasting pattern border, this spacious family bathroom boasts natural light and includes a bath with a traditional style chrome mixer tap complete with a showerhead unit as well as a folding glass shower guard to the side. A large, double glazed window with an obscure finish is positioned to the rear of the room and a vanity basin with a chrome mixer tap sits opposite. Behind the door is a tile effect wallpapered wall with a modern radiator and an extractor fan above. A single pendant light hangs from the ceiling.

Bedroom Three - 4.19m x 3.73m max (13'09 x 12'03 max) - Comprising of a patterned wallpaper feature wall and a feature chimney breast this spacious double bedroom boasts a window to the rear aspect with a modern radiator below as well as a vanity basin with hot and cold taps in the corner. A single pendant ceiling light illuminates this room and there are plenty of electrical plug sockets.

Bedroom Five - 2.31m x 1.96m (7'07 x 6'05) - With a large window, to the front aspect, filling this room with natural light and a small modern radiator below, this single room has high ceilings, deep skirting boards and a few electrical plug sockets. This room is lit by a florescent strip ceiling light.

Second Floor Landing - Leading through a door from the first level landing is a turning staircase up to the second level. This gives access to two bedrooms. There is a ceiling light here as well as a small window into bedroom five to allow for natural light to illuminate the lower half of the stairwell.

Bedroom Two - 4.19m x 3.78m max (13'09 x 12'05 max) - Based on the second floor, this spacious sloped ceiling double bedroom with a pretty textured pattern wallpaper throughout has a window to the rear aspect with a modern radiator under and a wall-mounted hand basin with hot and cold taps plus a white splashback above. There is access to a large attic space which is temporarily boarded and a built-in cupboard in the far corner of the room for storage. A decorative wall lamp lights this room and there are a few electrical plug sockets on the walls.

Bedroom Four - 3.15m x 2.18m (10'04 x 7'02) - Also based on the second floor, this single bedroom with a sloping ceiling has a window to the rear aspect with a small modern radiator below. There is also a wall light and electrical plug sockets in here.

Rear Garden Terrace - Through a traditional wooden single glass pane door at the end of the entrance hall is a charming decked area stepping up to a terraced patio. This glorious area captures the sun perfectly while being enclosed within an old stone brick wall with a raised bed running along one side. Various plants and shrubs reside here as well as a mature bay tree. At the back of the patio area is a small gravelled walkway with a shed at the end. There is also an outside tap and a gas meter cupboard.

George House is situated in a convenient, desirable seaside location and is perfect for those looking to create a spacious family home in a beautiful period property. An early viewing is highly recommended with the sole agent Susan Payne Property.

Additional Details - Tenure: Freehold
Council Tax band: D
Services: Mains drainage and water, gas central heating, electricity

Agent Notes:
The information provided about this property does not constitute or form part of an offer or contract, nor may it be regarded as representations. All interested parties must verify accuracy and your solicitor must verify tenure/lease information, fixtures and fittings and, where the property has been extended/converted, planning/building regulation consents. All dimensions are approximate and quoted for guidance only and their accuracy cannot be confirmed. Reference to appliances and/or services does not imply that they are necessarily in working order or fit for the purpose. Susan Payne Property Ltd. Company no. 10753879.


George Street, Ryde

George Street, Ryde


Distances are straight line measurements from the centre of the postcode
  • Ryde Esplanade Station0.3 miles
  • Ryde St. Johns Road Station0.4 miles
  • Ryde Pier Head Station0.8 miles
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