Three-bedroom semi-detached Porchfield cottage is a retreat by name and nature

2022-08-08 03:15:37 By : Ms. Annie Chang

This lovely semi-detached cottage in Porchfield on the Isle of Wight is called The Retreat — and it’s easy to see why.

Situated in a semi-rural location, this home is well presented and has accommodation comprising of a living room, dining room, kitchen, conservatory and bathroom on the ground floor with three bedrooms and WC at first floor level.

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There is calor gas central heating and double glazing and outside, there is a pretty garden to the front of the property and a small paved courtyard at the rear.

There is an entrance porch with double-glazed windows and doors leading into the living room, which has a window with views over the front of the house, plus a multi-fuel stove and access on both sides of the chimney breast leading into the dining room.

The living room at The Retreat in Porchfield.

This in turn opens into the kitchen, which has a range of base cupboards with worksurfaces over and a single drainer stainless steel sink with a mixer tap.

There is space for a free-standing electric cooker and fridge/freezer, plus space and plumbing for a washing machine.

There is also a lovely conservatory with double-glazed door leading to the garden.

The ground floor bathroom is fitted with a white suite comprising of a panelled bath with shower over, low-flush WC and wash-basin.

Upstairs on the first floor landing there is an over stairs storage cupboard housing the Vaillant boiler, plus access to the roof space.

There are three bedrooms and the master bedroom is a double room with a double-glazed window to the front, a built in wardrobe and varnished floor boards.

Bedroom two also has views over the front of the house and varnished floor boards.

Bedroom three is a dual-aspect room and there is also a first-floor cloakroom with a push-button flush WC and wash-basin.

The conservatory is a lovely place to sit and read.

Outside, there is a pretty front garden planted with a range of mature shrubs and bushes and laid to lawn. There is also a timber shed.

There is a small courtyard garden to the the rear which is laid to block paviour.

Porchfield is a short drive from both the sailing mecca of Cowes for Red Funnel's mainland transport links, and the Isle of Wight's capital town of Newport.

LOCATION: Porchfield BEDROOMS: Three PRICE: £275,000 AGENT: Hose Rhodes Dickson TEL: 01983 521144

WEB: hose-rhodes-dickson.co.uk

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