Ryde 1.3 miles.
An immaculate, light and spacious end terrace cottage, tucked away up a private road on the outskirts of the seaside town of Ryde on the Isle of Wight.
Park just outside of your gate, walk up the path to your front door and enter into the roomy hallway.
The cloakroom is on your right hand side, just before the stairs, and to your left is the thoughtfully-equipped fitted kitchen.
Walking directly ahead you come into the sitting room, again a light and spacious area providing ample space for sitting and dining, as well as two comfortable sofas and Sky TV.
The dining table is right of your French doors leaving you plenty of access into the garden area.
Upstairs is the master double bedroom with the twin bedroom next door, both with a sloping ceiling and Velux windows.
The family bathroom is also upstairs and positioned right of the stairs.
Outside to the rear is an enclosed garden and patio area with garden furniture and some lovely architectural evergreen pots.
This really is a wonderful relaxing environment to just sit and read or chat with friends or family.
The golden sandy beaches of Appley are situated between Ryde and Seaview, and only a short walk through the ancient coastal woodland from your cottage.
Walking down the hill through Appley Park you will spot, overlooking the beach, the Victorian folly Appley Tower, the only surviving part of Appley House, and one of the island’s most iconic buildings, it has become the symbol of Ryde.
There are many wonderful places to sit, eat and appreciate the tides ebb and flow, from one of the many benches, cafes and restaurants, such as The Three Buoys or The Boat House.
Walk left along the esplanade towards the hub of Ryde conservation area for the marina, boating lake, indoor swimming pool, amusement arcades, delicious chocolate shop and the many international cuisine restaurants, pubs and cafés.
Union Street also offers many boutiques, antique shops, Liz Earl’s founding shop for a little pampering, as well as some stunning architecture from The Regency, Georgian and Victorian periods.
Ryde also has superb transport links with the passenger ferry, train and bus station all next to each other.
A lovely cottage, perfectly located for every season.