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This Cowes town house on Queen’s Road enjoys wide-ranging views of The Solent and accommodation over three floors.

This Cowes town house on Queen’s Road enjoys wide-ranging views of The Solent and accommodation over three floors.

Watching the yachts sailing by

Francesca McLinden

Saturday, September 16, 2017 - 13:30

LOCATION: Cowes
BEDROOMS: Three
PRICE: £350,000
AGENT: Lancasters
TEL: 01983 209020

Contemporary accommodation across three immaculate floors is on offer at this immaculate home within walking distance of Cowes Parade and the town centre.

Views of The Solent are first rate: it feels as if you are right on the seafront. And that feeling is mirrored in a slice of waterfront history inside.
Outside there is off-road parking to the front of 7d Queens Road and a handy bonus parking space to the rear, accessed via Trinity Church Lane.
In the busy summer months, when friends and family are visiting, the additional parking is priceless, particularly during Cowes Week.
To the rear of the property is a good-sized garden with a patio area, ideal for outdoor dining.
The front door is recessed within an open porch area and opens into a light, airy hallway. Stairs lead up to the first and second floors and sunlight streams through to create a very welcoming and modern home.
On the ground floor there is a partially converted garage, offering a utility area with space for a washing machine and tumble dryer, as well as storage space.
There is also a guest bedroom — or second lounge — with an en-suite shower room and a sliding door to the patio and garden.
On the first floor, is the natural hub of the home in the form of an open-plan dual-aspect kitchen and living room.
From the lounge, there are fantastic views across The Solent and its ever-changing vista of ships and boats from the bow bay window.
The kitchen is chic and sophisticated with white gloss wall, drawer and base units with fitting coastal-coloured work surfaces over.
There is a large breakfast bar with plenty of seating and a gas hob with electric oven beneath and an extractor over.
Up on the second floor, there is loft access from the landing, offering further storage options, a large airing cupboard, two double bedrooms and a stunning family bathroom.
The master bedroom enjoys excellent views across the sea and benefits from deep built-in wardrobes and cupboards, concealed behind sliding doors.
The second bedroom is also a double and has been decorated in an attractive neutral shade of grey.
From here the window overlooks the back garden.
The bathroom is fully tiled, very stylish and has a bit of Island history within its walls.
There is a white suite with a built-in vanity unit, offering useful storage space and the wooden panelling to the bath and some feature shelves in the room are made of savlaged timber from Ryde Pier.
The current owners rescued a bit of the former pier as it was being refurbished and gave these boards a new lease of life in this very swish home.

 


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