The property, in Steephill Court Road, Ventnor, is set up on a bank and has views out to The English Channel.
THIS detached chalet bungalow in Steephill Court Road, Ventnor, offers spacious living accommodation with plenty of potential.
Number 19 has an elevated location, which affords it sweeping sea views from virtually every room, while the road itself is very quiet.
The bungalow, which lies uphill from Ventnor Botanic Garden and Ventnor Cricket Ground, has a large dual-aspect sitting room with views over The English Channel from the front window and double-glazed patio doors leading to the back garden.
There is a gas fire set into an attractive feature fireplace, with a wooden surround. Glazed doors lead into the generously-sized dining room.
From the dining room, it is just a step into the kitchen; and with the sitting room, dining room and kitchen all flowing together in a circle, this is a perfect house for entertaining.
The kitchen itself is has a range of modern matching wall and floor units, colourfully-tiled splashbacks, a breakfast bar, attractive worktop-mounted display cabinets, a built-in double oven and inset gas hob and plumbing for a washing machine.
There is also a door leading to a good-sized utility room/conservatory.
Another really useful feature of this chalet bungalow is that it has a downstairs bedroom with sea views and a ground-floor shower room — perfect if you have less-mobile relatives or guests staying.
The downstairs bedroom would make an equally good home office/study if preferred and the downstairs shower room is right next to the front door — very handy for washing your hands if you have been gardening.
Upstairs, the spacious master bedroom has windows to the front and side with far-reaching sea views and a small balcony to the side — perfect for stepping out to enjoy that breath of sea air first thing in the morning.
The large second bedroom also has sea views to the front and side and a built-in handbasin, while both the master bedroom and second bedroom have built-in wardrobes.
The other upstairs bedroom also has panoramic sea views and there is a modern bathroom, including a panelled bath with shower attachment.
Outside, there is a sloping, lawned front garden leading down to the road; a single garage with an up-and-over door, light and power at the roadside and a side garden with a useful storage shed.
The back garden has an intriguing air about it — it is slightly overgrown but has a small flat area, then there are steps leading upwards to a seating area high above the property.
There is also a clear terrace structure in place, which suggests the lucky buyer will have a secret garden to discover.
There are also numerous well-established shrubs in all the garden areas.
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