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2 Bedroom Apartment in Ryde

Reference: CL08 - This well proportioned second floor apartment offers impressive views across the Solent and comprises sitting room, modern kitchen and bathroom, plus 2 BEDROOMS. The property also benefits from gas central heating, double glazing and has outside seating area with access to a drying area, plus secure parking. Mainland and Island transport links are within walking distance, along with beautiful beaches and Ryde's fine selection of restaurants and shops.
Accommodation: - Access: - Gated entrance via George Street to the rear of Rose Court. Communal entrance door to lobby with stairs leading to outside seating area. Stairs to second floor. Private entrance door to Flat 16. Entrance Hall: - 3.96m x 1.73m max (13'0" x 5'8" max) - Double glazed entrance door into entrance hall. Security entrance telephone. Walk in storage cupboards x 2. Radiator. Doors to all rooms. Sitting Room: - 4.65m x 3.23m (15'3" x 10'7") - Well proportioned and bright sitting room with boxed double glazed window to front offering beautiful Solent views. Radiator. Door to Kitchen. Kitchen: - 3.53m x 3.15m (11'7" x 10'4") - Comprising range of base, wall and drawer units with work surfaces over. Inset 1.5 stainless steel sink. Electric oven and hob with extractor fan over. Wall mounted 'Vaillant' gas boiler. Space for fridge/freezer. Double glazed window to front with sea views. Bedroom 1: - 3.56m x 2.79m max (11'8" x 9'2" max) - Good sized double bedroom with double glazed window to rear. Radiator. Bedroom 2: - 2.57m x 2.34m (8'5" x 7'8") - Double bedroom with double glazed window to rear. Radiator. Bathroom: - 2.36m x 2.06m (7'9" x 6'9") - Comprising white suite of bath with electric shower over, wash hand basin and low level w.c. Heated towel rail. Storage cupboard housing electricity meter. Airing cupboard with slatted shelving, and plumbing for washing machine. Double glazed obscured window to rear. Outside: - To the rear of the property there is an outside seating area with drying space and stair access to the car park on the Melville Street level. Storage Cupboard: - Large secure storage space. Parking: - Covered allocated parking for one car in ground floor car park.


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Information about Ryde

Ryde is the largest town on the Isle of Wight, and with its prominent position along the seafront and hovercraft and passenger ferry links # it is little wonder it is often referred to as “The Gateway to the Island”. In addition to an expanse of sandy beaches which stretch right along the town, Ryde has a great selection of boutique shops, museums and galleries for you to visit along with lots of other things to see and do along its esplanade.
Things To Do in Ryde Ryde offers a great variety of things to do which will interest all ages, not least of which are the hovercraft and catamaran ferry from which you can travel to and from the mainland. Hovertravel are the world’s oldest hovercraft operator and operate the last remaining hovercraft passenger service in Britain, whereas a trip on the Wightlink catamaran service will take you down Ryde’s recently restored early 19th century pier, which carries both vehicle traffic and train services. Head along Ryde esplanade and you will encounter a number of great places for family entertainment, including the ice rink and superbowl. Further along there is a fun fair for young children and a very popular canoe lake which leads on to Ryde’s sandy beaches. At low tide the sea goes out a long way making it a popular place for sports and outdoor activities, and a regular venue for beach soccer tournaments. Continue along the seafront and you will discover the imposing Appley Tower, which is situated at the back of Appley beach, and even further along this #walk you will reach the Victorian Fortification Battery at Puckpool Park.

Information about Newport

Newport is the principal town of the Isle of Wight, which is located in the centre of the Island and often referred to as its capital. This historic town centres on two elegant squares with Georgian and Victorian architecture surrounding them, with the town’s quay a short distance away. The Isle of Wight Festival takes place every June at Seaclose Park in Newport, which runs adjacent to the River Medina.
Things To Do in Newport Newport offers plenty of things to do and is a great place for shopping with a number of well-known chain stores mixing with smaller independent shops across the two main squares, Newport High Street and the side streets. There is a regular market which is based across the town on a Tuesday, with a highly rated farmers market (which is a regular stop on The Queen’s Isle of Wight visits) selling a good range of local produce on Fridays. There are also a good selection of attractions around Newport with the Museum of Island History, Quay Arts Centre and the Newport Roman Villa all within walking distance of the centre. Newport Minster is the church in the centre of Newport. Whether you like history, church buildings, concerts, exhibitions, services of worship or simply a place to be quiet the Minster has something to offer you. With fascinating historical links, Newport Minster is also part of the Victoria's Island Trail. Newport also offers a good range of entertainment both during the day and most evenings. There is a multi-screen cinema just outside the town centre, with the Medina and Apollo Theatres both offering a range of shows at various times of the year, and there are also a number of late night venues located on the High Street. A short distance outside of Newport you can find some of the most popular ttractions on the Isle of Wight. Carisbrooke Castle to the West of the town centre is the 12th century fort most famous for imprisoning Charles I after his defeat in the English Civil War. Robin Hill Country Park is set within the heart of the Island's beautiful landscape on the outskirts of Newport. With a downhill toboggan ride, woodland gardens and amazing falconry displays, it makes a fantastic destination for the whole family.

Information about Cowes

There’s nowhere better than Cowes for sailing and water activities. This is the home of Cowes Week, the oldest and biggest sailing regatta in the world. Cowes is a vibrant, exciting place at any time, with sporting and cultural events throughout the year. It’s a sophisticated resort you won’t want to miss. The town stretches across the mouth of the river Medina estuary, where the famous chain ferry shuttles pedestrians and cars from one side of the river to the other, in just a few minutes. Explore our rich and fascinating history by visiting maritime museums or Queen Victoria’s seaside palace. Enjoy a stroll along the seafront and see boats of every shape and size, or head for the nearby beaches to soak up the sun. Browse the town’s famous shopping streets and pick up everything from designer socks to artisan cheese and wine. Pretty pavement cafes, bars, boutique shops and galleries can be found in East and West Cowes, Relax over a glass of fizz and then choose somewhere special for dinner, there’s nowhere like Cowes after dark. Stay in Cowes or the surrounding area to take full advantage of everything this resort has to offer, and when you know Cowes, head off to explore more of the Isle of Wight.

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