The Heritage in Tuttons Hill, Gurnard, combines comfortable living with outdoor space including a paddock.
Agent...Creasey Biles and King
AN airy Gunard home with rolling farmland stretching away beyond its glorious gardens and paddocks is quite a package for the next owners to inherit.
The Heritage, in semi-rural Tuttons Hill, combines smart, comfortable living and plenty of outdoor space with a best-of-both worlds location that has a countryside feel to it but is handy for amenities in Cowes and Gurnard.
As well as pristine, four-bedroom accommodation, it comes with around one-and-a-half acres, including beautiful, well-kept gardens which are a joy to stroll through, a paddock at the end of the back garden and a much larger paddock at one side.
Horse owners might want to combine the paddocks into one L-shaped area and use a substantial workshop as stables, or to keep other livestock.
Keen gardeners will appreciate the 22ft-long greenhouse next to a large shed in the back garden, a superb area with sweeping lawns, well-planted borders and beds alive with colour and interest, walkways, trees, an orchard with neatly-spaced apple, plum and pear trees and big fish pond.
While these gardens and their quintessentially English backdrop create a wonderful outlook from rear windows, there are farmland views towards the coast from front-facing rooms.
If more space is needed at the detached, tile-hung 1950s’ house there is scope. Consent was granted for an extension but has now lapsed.
At the front is a driveway with plentiful parking and leading to a car port. The good-sized lawned garden with beds and borders extends into a side garden sweeping around to the back.
The covered front door leads to a spacious reception hall, with a rear window giving a pretty view and an unusual, bespoke mahogany staircase matched by attractive ground floor doors. A cloakroom with WC is nearby.
Across the hall from a television room, with attractive front views, is the large sitting room, also with a front outlook and with abundant natural light streaming in through sliding doors to the adjoining conservatory. The PVCu double-glazed conservatory is heated and used all year round.
More rear views can be seen from the tile-floored kitchen/breakfast room, fitted out with quality oak units neatly concealing appliances including a fridge, freezer, dishwasher, washing machine and tumble dryer and with a built-in gas hob and eye-level double oven.
A door opens to the car port and there is a further door to a study, previously an integral garage.
Rear views can be admired from the landing. The bathroom off here houses a white suite, including a bath with shower, a bidet, WC and handbasin.
Three of the bedrooms are double-sized, one of these with a front view, another with both front and rear views and the other with built-in wardrobes and side and rear views.
The single bedroom looks over farmland to the mainland.
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