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Ashey, Ryde, Isle of Wight: Guide Price £835,000

 
Under Offer | Detached House | 5 Bedrooms | 2 Bathrooms | 4 Reception Rooms
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A charming detached 5 bedroom period cottage farmhouse with beautiful, mature gardens, stabling, outbuildings and paddocks (extending in all to about 4.9 acres). The property is set in spectacular countryside with downland views, a short drive from Ryde and within easy reach of the mainland ferries, Seaview, St Helens and Bembridge.

An original "long cottage" the farmhouse is full of character, including original wood panelled doors and open fireplaces and mostly handmade double glazed wooden windows complement the English country décor. Sympathetic extensions over the years have created a spacious home in close proximity to Ryde School ideal for living 'The Good Life' with smallholding and equestrian facilities.

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A charming detached 5 bedroom period cottage farmhouse with beautiful, mature gardens, stabling, outbuildings and paddocks (extending in all to about 4.9 acres). The property is set in spectacular countryside with downland views, a short drive from Ryde and within easy reach of the mainland ferries, Seaview, St Helens and Bembridge.

An original "long cottage" the farmhouse is full of character, including original wood panelled doors and open fireplaces and mostly handmade double glazed wooden windows complement the English country décor. Sympathetic extensions over the years have created a spacious home in close proximity to Ryde School ideal for living 'The Good Life' with smallholding and equestrian facilities.

Of particular note is the kitchen and breakfast room that was extended by the current owners some years ago to provide a spacious and light area in which to socialize and entertain. With a Rayburn range cooker, fitted units and dresser, this really is the heart of the home.

The well-tended private gardens have been established over many years with some spectacular mature specimen trees and shrubs. The land is divided into 6 paddocks which surround the house.

The accommodation is set out on two floors as detailed in the photographs and floor plans and more particularly below:

GROUND FLOOR

Entrance Hall
Dining Room with beamed ceiling and original fireplace
Sitting Room with marble fireplace and double doors to the conservatory
Conservatory a hardwood conservatory with paved floor
Kitchen - with fitted units and oil-fired Rayburn range cooker, induction hob, integrated larder fridge open to:
Family/Breakfast Room added by the current owners providing a wonderful entertaining area and opening onto the rear patio
Utility Room
Cloakroom with wc and basin

FIRST FLOOR

Landing
Master Bedroom with bathroom 'en-suite' and dressing area
Bedroom 2 with countryside views and built-in wardrobes
Bedroom 3 views over garden and feature period fireplace
Bedroom 4
Bedroom 5
Family Bathroom

OUTSIDE

Approached over a gravel drive with parking for several vehicles, a stone-paved path leads to the house through the mature lawned gardens edged with herbaceous borders and mature beds containing specimen trees and shrubs including liquid amber, paulowina, copper acer, judas tree and kumquat. A selection of orchard trees including apples, pears, plums, quince, medlars and mulberry (ideal for mulberry vodka!)

The lawns extend around the south and east of the house rising to the top lawn with wild flower area, kitchen garden with raised beds and greenhouse and areas of top fruit as well as a number of mature orchard trees and sitting areas. Off the gravelled drive is an open-fronted garage (with space for 2 vehicles) and adjoining barn for fodder or general storage and workshop/garage. There is a separate stable block with 3 loose boxes and tack room area. The paddocks extend around the house and yard with area on the far side of Deacons Lane. They are all down to pasture with water connected and available to most.

Services and Heating

We are informed that the following mains services are connected to the property (subject to the conditions and stipulations of the relevant utility companies) electricity, water and foul drainage is to a private system. The heating system is provided by an oil-fired Rayburn via radiators.
Council Tax

Band F - Amount payable 2017/18 - £2,490.43

Directions

Ashey lies to the South of Ryde. On Ashey Road head from Ryde South towards the Downs. Before climbing the Downs, Deacons Lane is found on the right and Deacons Farm is on the left-hand side after about 1/3 mile.

Tenure & Possession, Fixtures & Fittings

The property is offered Freehold, with vacant possession on the whole upon Completion. The seller does not include in the sale any electrical appliances, however connected, or any other fixtures, unless expressly mentioned in these particulars as forming part of the sale. Some items may be available by separate negotiation.

The Isle of Wight, situated off the South Coast of England, is becoming an ever-more popular location for permanent and second homes. Made popular by Queen Victoria, who had her maritime residence at Osborne, the Island is famous for sailing in the Solent; for Cowes Week; for its beautiful coastline including sandy beaches and The Needles; spectacular countryside and long sunshine hours. Sainsburys, Tesco, M&S, Waitrose, Lidl and Aldi all now have a presence as have many other national chains. Communication and transport links are excellent; regular car ferries connect with the national motorway network and fast catamarans have connections via Southampton and Portsmouth with direct trains to London Waterloo which can be reached within 2 hours of leaving the Island shore. Government-funded schools are numerous and independent schools (Ryde School and Priory School) thrive on the Island
with some children attending prep and public schools on the mainland. Leisure opportunities abound - walking, riding, paragliding, hang-gliding, team sports, sailing, wind surfing and other water sports, rugby, football (Newport Football Club) cricket and golf clubs. Good transport links enable day trips to the shopping centres of West Quay, Southampton and Gunwharf Quays, Portsmouth.

Ryde is the largest town on the Isle of Wight and has an array of fine Georgian and Victorian buildings, pubs, restaurants, a sea front promenade, marina, shops and entertainment. The Tesco Superstore is only 5 minutes from Deacons Farm on the Ryde to Brading road. Ryde has 6 miles of beaches and shallow coastal waters which is ideal for swimming. Reaching almost half a mile, Ryde Pier is one of the oldest piers in the country. This is considered the gateway to Ryde as the Wightlink Catamaran operates from Portsmouth to the end of the pier and there is also a direct train from the pier through to Shanklin. To the East of Ryde there are the popular sailing villages which include, Seaview, St Helens and Bembridge. To the West of Ryde is Newport which is the main shopping district with many popular high