This pleasant, semi-detached house overlooks the bustling village green in the village of St Helens, on the beautiful Isle of Wight.
Bring your friends and family here to Downsview House for a holiday packed with excitement, scenery and relaxation.
The interior is tastefully decorated, making this a fine base for exploring the incredible island which boasts attractive beaches, harbours, countryside and much more.
Gather your loved ones in the homely sitting room at the end of a day, perhaps spent at the nearby Duver Beach, and enjoy a family favourite film until bedtime.
The kitchen is dressed in an immaculate all-white style, bearing all of the appliances that you will need whilst here at Downsview.
Enjoy each mealtime together in the tastefully decorated dining room, with a stylish dining table and charming artwork to make you feel at home.
The bedrooms are equally as delightful, offering a peaceful spot to get your sleep with plenty of storage space for your belongings.
This St Helens property benefits from a lovely patio area where you can enjoy a relaxing drink with the sound of a local cricket or football match being played on the neighbouring village green.
St Helens' village green provides everything you could ask for, including an excellent children's play area and a fabulous annual carnival, all accompanied by stunning views across to Bembridge Harbour.
The village also offers a selection of high-quality restaurants to treat yourself to, as well as the usual amenities to make it an ideal holiday base.
The adjacent villages of Seaview and Bembridge are certainly worth a visit, these charming spots make wonderful days out.
For outdoor enthusiasts, the Isle of Wight AONB, at the other side of the island, is accessible by car and showcases the most incredible scenery to admire.
About the location
Bembridge 2 miles; Ryde 5 miles.
The village of St Helens lies in a coastal position on high ground, on the eastern side of the Isle of Wight, between Bembridge and Seaview. St Helens is a traditional English village, with the village green at the centre of village life, providing cricket and football pitches, a children’s playground and superb views right across Bembridge Harbour and Culver Down. The village also offers superb restaurants, tea room, pub, newsagent, Post Office and grocery store. A short walk takes you to The Duver, an NT area of shingle and sand, and once the site of a Royal links golf course. The beach here is very family friendly, with sand, shingle and lots of interesting rock pools, perfect for crabbing and mussel collecting. There is the popular Baywatch Café, with all the amenities you need for the perfect day at the beach, and stunning views of the Solent and St Helens Fort. The fort was built to protect Portsmouth from a French invasion between 1867 and 1880, and at the lowest tide of the summer, there is a mass walk of up to 2000 people from the beach out to the fort and back again, with driftwood fires and barbecues.