Property sold
3 bedroom Flat in Niton, Isle of Wight, £295,000

Ventnor office.

This tidy, spacious property sits in the lovely quaint, sought after village of Niton. Rich with history, the property retains some interesting architectural features. It has been refurbished to a high standard and offers off-road parking for two vehicles and a spacious, southerly facing rear garden. ‘Stonebowe’ is a prominent building in the popular village of Niton, built of island stone as its name suggests. A grand stone building which was originally The Rectory to Niton. It is recorded in the parish that King Charles the Second stayed here in 1675. A short walk from the local shop, post office and pubs, this apartment is in an optimal location for access to all amenities. The property also enjoys some lovely views of the surrounding countryside and offers many beautiful walks along the coastal paths.

From Rectory Road, private gravelled drive up to parking. Steps down to front wooden door with fanlight:

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HALLWAY: 16’05 x 4’06 then 17’11 x 3’03
Laminate wood flooring, electric heater and storage cupboard.
Doors off to bedrooms.

Glass panelled door to:

KITCHEN/DINING AREA: 20’01 x 14’11
Laminate wood flooring, UPVC double glazed windows to side and front and two electric heaters. LED lights throughout and an alcove for an electric fire. A matching sleek, white range of matching wall and base units all with soft close cabinets. Hoover oven, ceramic hob and an extractor.

From hallway, glass panelled door to:

BEDROOM 2: 11’02 x 10’07
Carpeted throughout, LED light, sockets and UPVC double glazed window to front with small bay. Built in wardrobe with rail, shelving and LED light. Electrical heater.

From hallway, glass panelled door to:

BEDROOM 3: 9’01 x 12’07
Carpeted throughout, LED light, sockets and UPVC double glazed window to side with small bay. Built in wardrobe with rail. Electric heater.

From hallway, door to:

LOUNGE: 26’01 x 14’08
Carpeted throughout, two electric heaters and two UPVC windows to side. LED lights, two wall lights and two alcoves for an electrical fire. UPVC double glazed doors with access to rear garden.

From lounge, door to:

HALLWAY: 20’11 x 2’11
Carpeted, electric heater and UPVC double glazed windows to rear and side. LED lights.

From hallway, door to:

BATH/SHOWER ROOM:
Laminate wood flooring, electric shower and bath with hot and cold taps over. Hand wash basin with hot and cold taps over. UPVC double glazed frosted window to side, extractor and LED light.

From hallway, door to:

MASTER BEDROOM: 12’07 x 11’02
Carpeted throughout, UPVC double glazed window to rear and side and built-in wardrobes with rail and shelving. Electric heater.

From hallway, door to:

UTILITY CLOSET: 3’03 x 2’08
Plumbing and space for washer and dryer. Sockets.

From hallway, door to:

WC: 5’01 x 4’00
Laminate wood flooring, low level WC and sink with mixer taps over. Frosted window to rear and LED light.

OUTSIDE:
Entrance to the property is from Rectory road via a private gravelled drive into the front parking area which provides two allocated off-road parking spaces. Entrance to the property is via a small set of steps leading down to the front door. To the left side of the property, a gentle slope allows access to the rear garden via a small gate. To the rear of the property is a generous lawned area with space for storage to the side of the property.

FASCINATING HISTORIC STORY RELATING TO STONEBOWE:
On the 1st July 1675, a mighty storm stalled the progress of a ship carrying King Charles II. Unable to navigate the Channel, the ship dropped anchor at Puckaster Cove in Niton. Puckaster Cove offered a sheltered space and may also have been used by traders from Greece and Phoenicia as far back as the Bronze Age. There, at Puckaster Cove, his Royal Highness was greeted by Thomas Collinson, the rector of Niton, who resided at Stonebowe- or as it was known then: The Rectory. Having ascended the Cripple Path, Thomas hosted the King for two days at Stonebowe. Today- hundreds of years later, you are still able to tread the same route as King Charles II along the Cripple Path.


DISCLAIMER
We have not tested any fixtures, fittings, appliances or services, including any central heating system and we cannot therefore guarantee that these are in working order.
1) Items shown on photographs in these particulars do not imply that they are included in the sale.
2) Tenures are unconfirmed unless stated otherwise.
3) Floor plans are not to scale and are for guidance as to the arrangement of accommodation only.
4) All measurements are approximate.
5) Internal square footage measurements are approximate and
do not include hallways, bathroom/shower rooms or w.c.s.

TO VIEW:
Strictly by appointment only through the vendors sole agents 01 Estate Agents