A Georgian house on the Isle of Wight with its own private harbour has gone on the market for the first time in around 60 years.

The Grade II listed, waterfront property on Halletts Shute, Norton, Yarmouth, is listed for £3.75 million.

Known as Buddles Butt (meaning end of the stream), the house has an abundance of period features and accommodation over three floors.

It also boasts a large extensive cellar system and an entertainment room.

Isle of Wight County Press: The entertainment room.The entertainment room. (Image: Savills/Rightmove)

The listing on Rightmove, which can be viewed HERE, reads: "The property would now benefit from modernisation and give the new owner the ability to put their own stamp on this fine house.

"Buddles Butt is in a highly accessible position and is a short walk from the harbour facilities and ferry terminal, but with the benefit of a large private plot enclosed with a substantial stone-walled garden.

"The beautiful Sandhard beach with its seasonal enclosed swim area is just a few meters from the boundary of the property."

Positioned on the coast, the property offers impressive long-range views across the Solent.

Isle of Wight County Press: Private harbour at Buddles ButtPrivate harbour at Buddles Butt (Image: Savills/Rightmove)

There are also extensive gardens and grounds with direct coast access.

New owners or guests arriving at the house can do so by boat, thanks to the property's private harbour.

"The harbour would now benefit from being upgraded but will hold boats in a protected environment from the prevailing south-west weather system and behind concrete walls", the listing said.

Buddles Butt is described as "arguably one of the most important of the period houses in the vicinity of Yarmouth".