Seaview is a charming unspoilt seaside village which is popular for family beach holidays, sailing and fishing and year round walking. This three bedroom holiday home is part of a well-maintained high quality development right on the seafront with direct access to Seaview's two main beaches and the Isle of Wight Coastal Footpath. Patio doors open from the living room to the stunning, south facing, decked garden which can be lit for evening dining under the palm trees. The property has just been redecorated and furnished to a high standard and is an ideal year round holiday home. The development is private and very quiet. Parking is a short distance from the property though you can park right outside the front door to load and unload. Seaview village has a few shops including a fabulous community shop , a hotel with a great restaurant and a pub all just a short stroll along the beach or road, depending on the state of the tide. It takes less than 10 minutes to collect the fresh croissants for breakfast!
Seaview is a prime bucket and spade holiday village originally popular with the Victorians which still has an old world charm. There is only one small hotel, albeit with a famous restaurant. The roads are too narrow for coaches so it has remained an unspoilt gem frequented by generations of those in the know.
The living room has sliding doors to a south facing private decked sunny garden with steps to the seafront
path from which the beaches and slipway are reached. You can step in your swimsuit from the garden to the sea, about 20m at high tide! This garden is a fantastic suntrap and has a wonderful view of the Solent All three bedrooms have sea views and the master bedroom has a small balcony. The house is very light and airy, decorated in shades of blue and yellow, with the twin and single bedrooms sharing one bathroom and the master double bedded room having an ensuite bathroom and small balcony.
There is a good sized airing cupboard on the landing and a utility room off the ample kitchen which has a breakfast table. The living room has a dining table to seat eight and comfortable seating to relax in and is equipped with books, games and TV.
The Isle of Wight has nine golf courses, horse riding and many attractions for a great day out including the famous dinosaur centre at Blackgang Chine. In Ryde (4 miles) there are shops, supermarkets, bowling, a cinema and even an ice rink for the occasional rainy day, though the Isle of Wight is noted for its sunny weather. On a perfect sunny day nothing beats a morning on the beach, a walk to Baywatch Cafe for a fish lunch and a barbecue in the garden for supper. Seaview is a great base for walkers exploring the east of the island and, for bird-watchers, Bembridge Harbour is a noted site for viewing wading birds.
Although busiest in the summer holidays Seaview is a great year round destination and the house has plenty of hot water and combined night storage and convector heaters for winter warmth.