2 BED COTTAGE * OLD TOWN COWES * TUCKED AWAY * GREAT SAILING BOLT-HOLE
Kitchen/Dining room - 14\‘ 10\‘\‘ x 8\‘ 11\‘\‘ (4.52m x 2.72m)
Wooden door opens on to the kitchen/dining room. Original flagstone floor. Fitted with a range of matching base and wall units incorporating a one and a half bowl sink and drainer with \‘swan head\‘ mixer tap over. Tiled splashback and window sill. Multi paned window to the front. Radiator. Space and plumbing for dishwasher and washing machine. Extractor fan. Double multi paned doors lead to:
Sitting Room - 20\‘ 7\‘\‘ x 9\‘ 5\‘\‘ (6.27m x 2.87m)
A great size room with full height brick chimney with inset fireplace housing a cast iron wood burner. Carpeted. Multi paned window to the front. Recessed lighting. TV point. Original stripped wooden panel door to staircase which leads up to first floor.
Small square landing with loft access and door off to bedroom, square arch to landing area. Sash window to the rear. Radiator. Doors off to:
Bedroom 1 - 11\‘ 11\‘\‘ x 9\‘ 5\‘\‘ (3.63m x 2.87m)
Double aspect with window to the rear and full height multi paned double doors to the front with \‘Juliet\‘ style balcony. Painted brick walls. Radiator. Carpeted. Small storage cupboard and alcove.
Bedroom 2 - 11\‘ 0\‘\‘ x 9\‘ 2\‘\‘ (3.35m x 2.79m)
A double room with multi paned window to the front with radiator under. Carpeted.
A spacious bathroom with white suite comprising low level WC , wash hand basin and panel bath with chrome cross head taps and shower fittings over. Curved and fully tiled shower cubicle with electric \‘Triton\‘ shower fitting. Ceramic tiled floor. Extractor fan. Chrome heated towel rail.
The cottage is reached via a wide private flagstone pathway which also double us a courtyard eating area.
Cowes has something for everyone from families and couples to visiting yachtsmen from across the world. Cowes is best known for the sailing and hosts many events including Around the Island Race, a spectacular sight in June this is followed the world famous sailing regatta, Cowes Week, which is held annually at the beginning of August and this is followed by other events including the Powerboat Festival and Little Britain. Cowes parade stretches from the starting cannons at the Royal Yacht Squadron at the north end and the Island Sailing Club to the south. Both the Royal Corinthian and Royal London yacht clubs are also based on The Parade which is one of the centres of activity for main events. During Cowes Week, The Parade Village is a perfect place to see all the action, catch up on the racing results and soak up the atmosphere, whilst sitting in the decked garden or wandering through the retail village and food court.Cowes High Street offers a variety of shops, boutiques, pubs, restaurants and take-aways and the Red Jet High Speed service links Cowes to Southampton from here you have access to Southampton Airport, the train station (approximately 80 minutes to London) and the M3 Motorway, making it within easy commute of the City.Cowes to Gurnard is an enjoyable seafront walk, with super views out across the Solent to the mainland. Cowes also offers a choice of Primary Schools and the Cowes Enterprise College.
Council tax band
Council tax band C (ú1294.45).
Property Features :
- Old Town location
- Kitchen/Dining Room
- Good size Sitting Room
- 2 Bedrooms