- Beachside Detached Bungalow
- Wonderful Coastal Headland Position
- 2 Bedroom Accommodation
- Perfect Holiday Home
- CASH Buyers only
- PARKING for Two / Space for Boat
- No Onward Chain
- Courtyard Garden to Rear
- Huge Potential to Modernise
- Open Plan Living & Dining Space (20'9 x 13'4)
Watch our drone Video Tour to clearly see a birds-eye view of this fantastic coastal position.................Ever dreamt of living by the sea, I mean REALLY by the sea! Welcome to the 'Oak Hut', sitting literally on the coastal headland at the entrance to Bembridge Harbour. This idyllic spot is surrounded by a former links golf course, beaches, boatyards, Bembridge Harbour and of course The English Channel. This truly individual property is a pretty timber clad detached bungalow which has been enjoyed as a coastal escape by the current owners for over 40 years. The layout includes an open plan living & dining space with the kitchen off to one side. There are two bedrooms of equal proportions and a bathroom for all to use. The interior is generally well presented yet now offers huge potential to meet the tastes and styles of the next owner. Step out of your front door and have acres of open space, natural coastline and coastal waters to explore any day of the week. Whether you are looking for a permanent home or hanker for a holiday retreat this super location is sure to hit the mark. There is a modest courtyard garden to the rear whilst at the side of the bungalow are parking spaces for two vehicles or perhaps a sailing dinghy or two. The nearest facilities are in the village of St Helen's, Bembridge village or a 10 to 15 minute drive will get you to the principal town of Ryde. Both Bembridge Sailing Club and Brading Haven Sailing Club are very close to hand.
Open plan living & dining room (6.32m max x 3.76m max (20'9 max x 12'4 max ))
Kitchen (2.95m x 1.75m (9'8 x 5'9))
Bedroom 1 (3.07m x 2.26m (10'1 x 7'5))
Bedroom 2 (3.07m x 2.26m (10'1 x 7'5))
Bathroom (2.49m x 1.70m (8'2 x 5'7))
A side pathway leads to the courtyard garden. This is laid to paving and has a shrub border to one side, which includes a mature fig tree. Fence boundaries. A pathway runs around the property. Mature evergreen hedge sits between the bungalow and the parking area.
A spiral staircase winds its way up to a standing-only viewing platform, offering the most wonderful view of the coastline and sea.
Spaces for two cars or modest sized boat sits to the side of the property.
We understand from the owner that the Oak Hut was built on the site of the course golf shop, when the historic Royal Isle of Wight Golf Club (which created some of the modern-day rules of golf) links golf course was in use (1882 - 1961).
Confirmed electric, water and gas. Telephone and broadband (currently disconnected, connection & provider would need to be re-established to use).
Our particulars are designed to give a fair description of the property, but if there is any point of special importance to you we will be pleased to check the information for you. None of the appliances or services have been tested, should you require to have tests carried out, we will be happy to arrange this for you. Nothing in these particulars is intended to indicate that any carpets or curtains, furnishings or fittings, electrical goods (whether wired in or not), gas fires or light fitments, or any other fixtures not expressly included, are part of the property offered for sale.