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An opportunity to acquire a stunningly located building plot measuring circa 0.071 hectares/0.174 acres in the picturesque village of Bonchurch. The planning permission already in place allows for a reverse level, four bedroom, three bathroom detached residence with sun terrace and balcony, integral garaging and gardens, having the benefit of sea and rural views. The previous dwelling has been demolished and capped services are available on site.
Situated on the south-east coast of the Isle of Wight, the quiet village of Bonchurch is one of the oldest settlements on the Island. A quintessential English village with quaint cottages and a small selection of village shops, Bonchurch nestles below the stunning St. Boniface Down, the highest point on the Island. There is a shingle and sand beach with a seafront of cafes and small restaurants.
Ground Floor: Landing, master bedroom with en-suite bathroom and doors to the terrace, bedroom two with en-suite shower room and doors to the terrace, two further bedrooms, bathroom and a utility room.
First Floor: Entrance hall, kitchen, dining area, lounge with balcony off.
Outside: Integral garage and workshop/store, additional on drive parking and gardens.
A Grant of Conditional Planning Permission was issued by the Isle of Wight Council, under application number P/01147/16, on the 12th December 2016 for 'Proposed detached dwelling with integral garage and parking, shed (revised plans). Interested parties must make and rely upon their own planning enquiries of Isle of Wight Council planning department.
Measurements have been made using the Promap Mapping Facility, interested parties must make and rely upon their own measurements. The Promap shown is for approximate identification purposes only and is not to scale. Crown Copyright Reserved.
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The home will be constructed with the living area on the upper floor and so benefitting from the stunning sea and countryside views. There will be a beautifully fitted kitchen with modern appliances and roof windows to allow natural light to stream through the room. The lounge and dining area will be open plan to the kitchen, creating perfect entertaining space for family and friends alike. Full bi-folding doors will open onto the balcony, again making the most of the sea and countryside views. The garage and workshop will be on this level, with an integral door to the hall, which will be easy for bringing in the shopping or for getting into the car and remaining dry.
On the ground floor will be the four bedrooms, the master bedroom having an en-suite bath and shower room, and double doors out to the patio. Bedroom two also has an en-suite shower room and double doors out to the patio. Bedrooms three and four have the family bath and shower room. The utility room on this floor will have washing facilities, and storage, ideal for boots and coats. There will be a side door leading to the garden. To the front of the home is the bicycle/garden store with double doors to the front.
A substantial drive will provide parking to the front. To the rear of the home will be the garden, providing outside space for a family to enjoy and enclosed for privacy
We are sure, that this home will be the envy of many, so if you are thinking of buying this beautiful house then do be quick, have a look at the site and if you have any questions then please do call our sales team who will be only to pleased to help.
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