A detached family home, thought to originally have been built as the lodge house to what has been used as the Old Park Hotel for many years but originally built as a gentleman residence within this beautiful and peaceful area of St Lawrence.
The property has been modified during its lifetime, to offer three bedrooms on the first floor and a good-sized lounge and dining area with access out into the gardens on the ground floor.
The property has extensive gardens which offer both an area of woodland, and a pond and is perfect space for a keen gardener to utilise their creativity. The gardens envelope the home and provide a wonderful area to encourage the enormous amount of wildlife so widely seen in this beautiful location.
On entering the property, you are immediately welcomed by the large entrance hallway, and from here you are led through to the modern fitted kitchen. There is a range of storage units and there is a door that leads out to a brick-based conservatory with its attractive paved flooring.
The lounge has benefitted from an extension and offers doors overlooking the gardens, making this room a lovely space to occupy all year round. From here a door leads into the formal dining room, although the current owners have found this a useful room as a study for anyone working from home.
Additionally, on the ground floor there is a fourth double bedroom, with an adjacent bathroom that provides a white suite.
The first floor has three bedrooms, the master of which is a good-sized double room, with an en-suite shower room. Currently from bedroom three and the master there is a lovely view out over the English Channel, although in the summer months the leafy glade the property is enveloped by masks the view and enhances the privacy of the home.
All buyers seeking a home with potential, and offering an enviable location to its new owner, this property could certainly fit the bill.
St Lawrence offers some of the most beautiful coastal and country walks and is served by a small convenience store, whilst the more bustling neighbouring town of Ventnor offers an array of eateries and public houses, as well as a great beach for all the family. If your searching for a more rustic beach the bays of Woody and Binnel are an absolute joy to discover.