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An impressive and imposing country home of architectural importance. Grade II* listed, this property has excellent sea views being in an elevated positioned within its own grounds stretching to approximately 10 acres.
The gardens include: an inner courtyard, kitchen garden, croquet lawn, Japanese terrace, and 2 summerhouses.
The main house is a little over 13,000sq ft and has been renovated recently to provide a strikingly contemporary interior.
The property has retained virtually all of its original Victorian character and features include a Minton tiled floor, plaster ceilings, architraves and cornicing with some stunning stained glass work. The principal reception rooms are all well proportioned and with stunning views over the formal gardens to the rear and out to sea. The principal drawing room and dining room have attractive original fireplaces and wooden shutters on all the windows. Doors off the principal rooms provide access onto the rear terraces and gardens. The original conservatory with double height ceiling and cupola was converted into a billiard room in 1894. This is how it remains today.
There are numerous crossing points to the mainland offering a wide choice for foot passengers and motorists alike including the Hoverport between Ryde (1 mile) and Portsmouth; and Fishbourne (4.5 miles) has a car ferry service to Portsmouth. There are train connections to London Waterloo from both Portsmouth and Southampton.
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