A substantial family home, dating to 1910 and situated in sought-after Bembridge, is on the Isle of Wight housing market for £895,000.

Cedar Cottage boasts generous reception rooms and high ceilings, as well as period features, including picture rails, original doors and architraves.

On the ground floor, there is a large sitting room, dining room, study, kitchen/breakfast room and a downstairs toilet.

A large conservatory runs alongside one wall of the house, accessed by both the study and the living room.

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  • Location: Bembridge  
  • Price: £895,000
  • Bedrooms: Five
  • Agent: Spence Willard
  • Tel: 01983 873000 

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The kitchen boasts a cream-coloured gas-fired Aga and offers access to to a decked terrace, with part-pergola roof, ideal for outdoor dining and entertaining. 

Upstairs there are five large bedrooms, two of which have bay windows.

There is a family bathroom, as well as a separate shower room and a laundry room.

Agent, Spence Willard, says there is scope for a loft conversion, allowing the new owner to further increase accommodation (subject to the necessary planning approvals and building certification).

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Outside, gardens extend to the front, side and rear of the home and there is plenty of off-road parking. 

A cedar tile-clad pitched roof garage provides storage, with both light and power.

In what the agent calls an idyllic location, Bembridge's sandy beaches and the Isle of Wight coastal path are a short walk away.

Close by, Bembridge Harbour offers mooring facilities and two sailing clubs and the popular village has a good range of shops.

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