Brading 1.7 miles.
This immaculately-presented, rural cottage is situated on a working conservation farm, surrounded by three nature reserves in the small hamlet of Adgestone, near Brading.
Tastefully-appointed, this cottage near Brading provides bright, spacious, contemporary accommodation, ideal for couples who love wildlife and wish to explore the beautiful countryside of the Isle of Wight.
Set solely on the ground floor, this cottage near Brading offers a double bedroom, with stunning countryside views.
There is a large, bright and airy, open plan living area featuring a well-equipped kitchen, a dining area, and a sitting area boasting an electric fire.
Stable doors lead outside this cottage near Brading to your very own private decked patio, featuring a table and chairs, and superb views towards Sandown Meadows, beautiful marshland, and water meadows.
Spend peaceful evenings sat out here watching the sun set and barn owls hunting, or enjoy afternoon tea as you marvel at the sight of buzzards soaring overhead.
A converted stable has been transformed into a utility room, which also provides storage for bikes.
Outside the external utility, a patio area provides a wonderful spot to enjoy a barbecue on warm summer afternoons.
The rural hamlet of Adgestone is surrounded by three nature reserves where you can see wildfowl, buzzards, woodpeckers, heron, and red squirrels.
Venture along one of the many stunning walks and mountain bike trails, which lead directly from the doorstep of this cottage near Brading.
The Isle of Wight, known as Cycle Island, gets its nickname from the islands cycle track which runs around the circumference of the island and can be accessed 400 yards away from the property.
Visit the Adgestone vineyard, one of the oldest in the British Isles, and once thought to provide a substantial amount of wine for the Roman Army.
From this cottage near Brading, why not take a nature walk to the 3rd century Roman Villa in Brading itself?
Marvel at its stunning mosaics and a enjoy lunch in the lovely café.
Take a delightful stroll through Borthwood Copse, once a Medieval hunting forest, brimming with ancient oak woodlands and sunny glades.
This cottage near Brading is perfect for discovering the wildlife of this wonderful part of the Isle of Wight, all year round.