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3 bedroom detached house for sale

Pond Lane, Seaview, Isle Of Wight

Sold STC £350,000

Property Description

Key features

  • Highly Sought After Prime Location
  • Fabulous Coastal Retreat
  • Plenty of Boat Storage & Car Parking
  • Superb Views over Hersey Nature Reserve
  • A Moments Stroll to the Beach
  • Minutes to the Village Centre
  • Excellent Size Plot Quietly Tucked Away
  • Moments to the Yacht Club
  • Full of Potential
  • Freehold and Chain Free

Full description

Tenure: Freehold

With views over the stunning Hersey Nature Reserve, situated just minutes from the beach on a very quiet leafy lane, and in close proximity to the charming village of Seaview with all of it's amenities and Edwardian promenade, 2 Pond Lane presents a rare opportunity to acquire a fabulous three-bedroom home in an unrivalled location.
The south facing façade of this seaside retreat is finished in a delightful coastal colour scheme, and is surrounded by fantastic mature gardens of generous proportions, which include plenty of off-street parking and additional areas ideal for boat storage.
The bright interior is flooded with light through the abundance of UPVC windows, and is presented in smart, neutral colours with a complimenting neutral carpet throughout.
Plenty of parking, plus space for additional boat storage, and mature gardens front and rear combine with flexible living accommodation comprising of an entrance hall, lounge with large conservatory, kitchen, family bathroom, three bedrooms and a WC.

Approaching from Pond Lane, number 2 sits in a generous plot, and features a wide gravel gated driveway, and a concrete front path leading to the UPVC glazed front door with security light over.

ENTRANCE HALL extending 10'5 to a further 8'6
The entrance hall is a light and airy space, due to the south facing aspect of the front door and double height stairwell with windows over. Occupying an L shape and finished in neutral colours and carpet, the hall features a built in under-stairs cupboard, a built in airing cupboard, radiator and smoke alarm, and has doors off to both ends of the lounge, kitchen, bedroom three and family bathroom.

LOUNGE 19'11 x 9'9 extending to 16'10
The L shaped lounge offers flexible layout options, with three pendant lights, triple aspect windows and two pairs of patio doors, one pair leading into the conservatory and one to the sun deck. The sense of space in the lounge is accentuated with views afforded through the conservatory to the parkland and nature reserve beyond to the west, and over the mature rear garden. A hatch connects the lounge and kitchen, while doors at each end ensure the flow of the property is not interrupted. There are two radiators in the lounge, plus TV and phone points.

CONSERVATORY 12'7 x 12'4
The large Edwardian style conservatory is a fabulous addition to this home, affording useful space, comfortably large enough for a dining table. Large windows sit on solid dwarf walls which are finished in a neutral hue, while the opaque roof helps to regulate the temperature. Enjoying views over parkland and the nature reserve beyond, the conservatory gives additional access to the sun deck through a pair of patio doors, and is fully carpeted and features plenty of sockets.

KITCHEN 12'4 x 6'10
The coastal theme continues in the kitchen, with a mix of timber fronted wall and floor units and fantastic solid timber worktops, complete with mosaic style tiled splash backs. A large white butler sink with twin taps sits below a large UPVC window overlooking the back garden. There is space for an oven, a fridge/freezer and space and plumbing for a washing machine and dishwasher. A four-spot lighting bar provides illumination, and a part glazed UPVC door leads to the side aspect. The kitchen is finished with a smart dark grey tile effect lino floor.

BEDROOM 3 11'10 x 10' reducing to 7'5
The south facing window fills this ground floor bedroom with sunlight, and also affords a fantastic view over the front garden and quiet lane beyond. A radiator is located under the window, and there is a full height built in storage cupboard. The neutral colours and carpet continue into this room.

Fully tiled in fresh white, the family bathroom features a full sized bath, neatly positioned below a patterned glass UPVC window which has a deep sill, ideal as a shelf. A Mira Sport mixer shower is fitted over the bath and there is a white pedestal basin with matching WC, both with chrome fittings. A Dimplex heater is fitted to the wall, and the ceiling features an extractor fan unit. The bathroom is finished with a smart grey tile effect lino.

A smart white handrail follows the stairs up to the first floor landing, which is a lovely open, light space. A compact door gives access to extremely useful under eaves storage, which features a light and runs the full width of the roof, while a hatch gives access to the small loft. There are doors off to bedroom one, bedroom two and the WC.

BEDROOM 1 13'7 x 11'4 reducing to 9'10
The elevated position of bedroom one results in the best views from the house, far reaching over the magnificent Hersey Nature Reserve. The large UPVC window has a radiator under, and bedroom one also features built in storage and wardrobes and a TV point. The ceiling is semi-vaulted, which creates architectural interest in this fabulous room.

BEDROOM 2 13'6 x 11'11
Similar in style to bedroom one, bedroom two also features semi-vaulted ceilings, a UPVC window with lovely views to the side aspect and a radiator under, and a TV point. Useful under eaves storage is also accessible from a compact door.

Nestled neatly on the first floor and featuring a low level W with dual flush, compact basin with contemporary chrome mixer tap and a triple mirrored cabinet. The high level south facing window has a deep sill which provides a useful shelf.

Strikingly quiet, the outside space is both fabulous and also full of potential. To the front aspect, a low block wall marks the boundary to the leafy Pond Lane, and features a pair of timber gates leading to a large gravelled parking area, and also a traditional pedestrian gate which leads to a concrete path, with generous lawns either side. Mature planting and trees enhance the coastal cottage feel of the home. A hard standing path leads around the building to the side aspect, which has an expansive lawned area adjacent to the gravel, which would make ideal additional boat storage. To the rear of the property, the large lawned area is surrounded by high quality fencing. A sun deck is a feature, with its substantial boarding and elegant timber balustrade, and is accessible from both the lounge and conservatory patio doors. A painted shed sits proudly in one corner of the garden.

Council Tax Band D
Energy Efficiency Rating D

Agent Notes
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Listing History

Added on Rightmove:
04 October 2017

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