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3 bedroom detached house for sale

Colwell Bay, Isle of Wight

Withdrawn from Market £530,000

Property Description

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Tenure: Freehold

Prices start from £425,000 on this exclusive development of 8 brand new homes that have been carefully designed to bring together the luxury of modern living.
After much anticipation, The Small Horse Farm development has started and reservations are taking place, following strong off market interest.
Located a few minutes from the ferry links to the mainland Small Horse Farm is an exclusive development of individual houses. Within a short stroll to the beach these homes are perfect for either residential or as a weekend retreat. Tucked away off the lane each home has plenty of space around it and some of the properties have views across the Solent.
Traditionally built with a clay tile roof the homes will be insulated to the latest standards and will come with a 10 year NHBC each home on the site is unique, No 1 is a chalet bungalow with a separate garage, in the as a corner plot it has a spacious garden from which you can see the sea. Flanking the coastal line are Numbers 2, 3 & 4 all individual in their styles with views down to the sea from the rear of each home. Garages and good sized turfed gardens come as part of the package, along size the fantastic sized kitchen diners with high quality integrated appliances as Shurmer Developments' recognise that homes are for living in, enjoying and making your own. Under floor heating will keep out the chill in the colder seasons and in the warmer months you can spend time on the patio enjoying the view of the sea or perhaps watching the 'Round the Island' race from the comfort of your own home.
The high standard of workmanship includes feature oak staircases and bi fold doors. No 5 & 6 have integrated garages, No 5 being a four bedroom with a study and No 6 being three bedroom home again with a study for home working, backing onto local farmland it is a tranquil setting that will also catch the last of the evening sunshine as the sun sets across Colwell Bay. With private gardens and three bedrooms Plots 7 & 8 are going to catch the sunshine all day, with gardens for children to play in and not one but two sets of bi fold doors these homes make the most of the area's natural beauty.


THE BUILDER Shurmer Developments Ltd is a small family run firm, with a very good reputation for 'high quality work' Over the years we have built up a great working relationship with our tradesmen who are conscientious, competent, honest and reliable.
We pay great attention to detail and finish projects to our own personal high standards.
We are welcomed back to any of our developments for coffee, or just a chat such is our relationship with previous clients. You can visit our website for further information ( or we can arrange a visit for you at any of our developments.
We only build Solid Traditional Homes and Extensions. High quality comes as standard with Shurmer Developments.

GENERAL SPECIFICATIONS: • Traditional block & brick construction
• Clay roof tiles
• Mains drainage
• Mains Gas
• Pressurised hot water cylinder
• Underfloor heating
• Turf to front and rear gardens
• Standard patio area (option to extend)
• Attic space for storage
• Loft hatch ladder
• Coving throughout
• Feature staircase with Oak accessories
• Electric garage doors
• Pre wiring for security system
• Bi -fold doors double glazed units throughout
• Quality feature internal doors
• TV & telephone points to Master bedroom, lounge,
kitchen & study
• Mains operated smoke/heat detectors

• Quality fitted kitchen to pc sum
• Quality appliances (Fridge/Freezer/Dishwasher/Oven/Hob)
• Low energy led recessed down lighters
• Quality wall tiles to pc sum
• Quality white sanitary ware
• Ladder towel rails
• Thermostatic quality showers
• Low energy led recessed down lighters
• Shaver points


Small Horse Farm development is located on the beautiful Isle of Wight, famed for its beautiful beaches, stunning scenery and slightly gentle way of life. Approximately 23 miles long and 13 miles wide the beautiful coastline surrounds the rolling hills and countryside that makes the Island a special place to live. Whatever the season there is always something to see or do. The harbour town of Yarmouth is only a few minutes by car to Small Horse farm. Full of history as this was once the Islands capital town, you can poke around some of the individual local shops before trying out one of the many eateries that serve the fish that the local fishermen bring in each morning. Freshwater is positioned in the West of the Island, a main road full of tradition shops such as the butcher, bakers fish mongers and iron mongers ( that in reality sells absolutely everything) with a doctors, dentist and library means that all is to hand, there is a large Co op Store at one end of the village too so all needs are catered for. Freshwater is sheltered by Tennyson Downs which leads to the white Cliff top overlooking the Channel - there are many walks here for ramblers and dog lovers to enjoy. Nearby Afton Downs houses an 18 hole Golf course perfect for any Sunday golfers to enjoy the stunning sea views from the top whilst going for a hole in one. The Island itself is a Mecca for anyone who enjoys sports such as sailing, being surrounded by water and hosting events such as Cowes week there is ample opportunity to spend time on the Solent; Horse riding, with affiliated and unaffiliated shows every weekend and plenty of open country to ride in this is one of the most densely populated horse areas of the UK.
With a low crime rate the Island is a fantastic place to bring up children, there are many local primary schools, some larger secondary schools and a college that offers classes to all ages. There are also links to Ryde Private School from Freshwater to allow access from across the Island. Ferry links to the mainland are available from Yarmouth, Cowes, East Cowes and Fishbourne making it possible to commute to Waterloo in around 90 minutes from the fast cat at Ryde Pier head.

VIEWINGS All viewings will be strictly by prior arrangement with the sole selling agents: Spence Willard. 

IMPORTANT NOTICE 1. Particulars: These particulars are not an offer or contract, nor part of one. You should not rely on statements by Spence Willard in the particulars or by word of mouth or in writing ("information") as being factually accurate about the property, its condition or its value. Neither Spence Willard nor any joint agent has any authority to make any representations about the property, and accordingly any information given is entirely without responsibility on the part of the agents, seller(s) or lessor(s).
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Added on Rightmove:
26 October 2017

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