An impressive Isle of Wight home for sale in Whitwell is on the market for £695,000, through Spence Willard.

Offering four bedrooms, four bathrooms and two reception rooms, Bridleway House sits in a tranquil setting and makes the most of its south facing position.

Built in the 1960s, by the Church Commissioners, is enjoys a generous plot, with spacious accommodation and views of the surrounding countryside, including the local Church of St Mary & St Rhadegund.

An open-plan sitting and dining room is south facing, with triple aspect and wraparound gardens, as well as original parquet flooring.

Isle of Wight County Press: The summer house and garden.The summer house and garden. (Image: Spence Willard.)

A fireplace houses a Charnwood wood burning stove on a tiled hearth, with wooden surround.

French doors open to a paved terrace.

Outside, there is a south facing garden with off-road parking and a workshop.

The kitchen has a tiled floor and neutral wall and base cabinets, a large Samsung fridge, Neff integral appliances and a side door to a covered pathway, leading to the driveway and garage.

Off the kitchen, the breakfast room has a vaulted ceiling.

There is a downstairs cloakroom and bedroom four, which is currently used as a study but could easily serve as a double bedroom.

Stairs with an oak handrail take you to the first floor with the main bedroom suite - a large, dual-aspect double bedroom with a dressing room and ensuite shower room.

Bedroom two is described as good sized.

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The bathroom, toilet room and bedroom three are also on this floor.

Outside, a large gravel driveway is overlooked by a lamppost that came from London Bridge.

There is parking for several cars, as well as a garage.

Describes as a real delight, a south-facing garden borders both the house and the bridleway and enjoys mature shrubs, a Magnolia tree and fruit trees.

There is also a workshop with power and lighting and a summer house.

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