This is a period, semi-detached cottage set in a rural, tranquil location, a short walk from Newtown Creek.

Originating from the 1800s, this attractive stone cottage is set in a wonderful country location with an array of visiting wildlife and picturesque walks close by. 

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Number 4, London Heath Cottages, has been the subject of various improvements having been re-wired and a new oil-fired boiler installed in 2021 and the installation of UPVC double-glazed windows. 

The property is set in a good-sized garden of one-third of an acre.

Isle of Wight County Press: The rooms are light, with plenty of character.The rooms are light, with plenty of character.

It is situated between the villages of Newtown and Porchfield and there are excellent walks and cycle rides directly from the property, including to nearby Newtown Nature Reserve. 

The harbour towns of Yarmouth and Cowes are virtually equidistant with their sailing facilities, shops, pubs, restaurants and sailing clubs, as well as their mainland ferry services.

The property requires some modernisation and upgrading, but has plenty of character and is in a beautiful location.

Entry is via the entrance hall, which has a UPVC double-glazed door to front. 

The sitting/dining room was originally two separate rooms and has now been opened up to provide a good-sized living space. 

There are views over the large front garden, plus a stone fireplace with inset electric fire and built-in cupboards.

Isle of Wight County Press: The large sitting/dining room.The large sitting/dining room.

The kitchen has a window overlooking the rear courtyard and there is a stainless steel sink with drainer.

There is a useful boot room with a glazed door to the parking area and a window overlooking the rear courtyard.

There is also a bathroom on the ground floor with a deep enamel bath, WC and wash-basin.

Upstairs on the first floor there are three bedrooms.

Bedroom one is a double room with built-in wardrobes, which overlooks the long front garden.

Bedroom two has a pleasant outlook over the rear courtyard and is also home to the cupboard which houses the hot water tank, while bedroom three overlooks the side garden and has stained wooden floorboards.

Outside, the cottage is set in good-sized gardens, with the majority of the garden to the front which is laid mainly to grass with a small orchard of apple and plum trees. 

There is a pedestrian gate from Town Lane which also gives access to Number 3 London Heath Cottages next door. 

To the rear of the cottage is a stone outbuilding comprising of two separate stores, one with power. 

To the rear of the cottage is a basic detached garage and a parking area adjacent to the cottage.

Viewing is highly recommended.

PRICE: £375,000
AGENT: Spence Willard
TEL: 01983 200880