Deceptively spacious 3 bed lower Victorian villa with original features throughout and panoramic sea views. Number 1 Hoop House is set in an enviable position on the shore road and boasts three double bedrooms, sitting room with multi-fuel stove and bay windows to the shore, dining room, breakfasting kitchen, modern shower room, en-suite cloakroom and entrance vestibule. Externally, the property benefits by a large sweeping front lawn, common drying area and two private parking spaces. This is a beautiful property with a lovely blend of contemporary and period throughout and will undoubtedly appeal to couples, families, retirees or those looking for a holiday home in a beautiful setting.
Entrance Vestibule, Sitting Room, Dining Room, Breakfasting Kitchen and Shower Room
Three Bedrooms (one with En-suite Cloakroom)
Sweeping driveway from shore road leads to the villa, which has four flats; the entrance to this particular property is the large wooden door at the side.
2.75m x 2.70m
9’1” x 8’11”
Welcoming entrance vestibule which is spacious enough for occasional furniture or a sideboard and is ideal for outdoor wear.
The impressive hallway sets the tone for the rest of the home with wooden flooring, high ceilings, ornate cornicing and deep skirting boards. Leads to the sitting room, dining room, breakfasting kitchen, shower room and stairs to the upper floor.
7.00m x 4.50m
23’0” x 14’10”
Elegant sitting room enhanced by the stunning views through the bay windows, multi-fuel stove set in feature fireplace, wooden flooring, ceiling rose and cornicing.
5.06m x 3.64m
16’8” x 12’0”
Front facing dining room with sea views over the front garden. Also with wooden flooring and deep windows and with two ceiling lights, radiator and shelved alcove.
3.75m x 3.50m
12’4” x 11’6”
Well-appointed and contemporary kitchen with grey gloss wall and base units with integrated oven / grill, microwave, gas hob and extractor over. Tiled flooring, strip light and space for a small table and chairs.
3.90m x 1.65m
12’10” x 5’5”
Modern, clean and crisp shower room comprising walk-in shower cubicle, WC with concealed cistern and wash-hand basin set in storage unit. Tiled floor and walls, chrome heated towel rail and frosted window to the rear.
Carpeted staircase with wooden balustrade winds to the upper floor. A ceiling light on the half-landing lets natural light to beam into a storage area. The upstairs hallway has a Velux in the ceiling and allows access to the three bedrooms.
5.20m x 4.02m
17’1” x 13’3”
Spacious room with window to the side, carpet, ceiling light and radiator. Ample space for a large bed and bedroom furniture.
4.25m x 4.18m
14’0” x 13’9”
Second good-sized double room, also with a window to the side, carpet, ceiling light and radiator.
3.62m x 3.00m
11’11” x 9’11”
Third double bedroom which also benefits by a handy En-suite cloakroom (1.60m x 0.95m; 5’3” x 3’2”) which comprises WC, wash-hand basin, tiled floor and part-tiled walls.
The extensive private front gardens sweeps down to the stone boundary wall on shore road and is mainly laid to lawn but with a sprinkling of bushes, trees, shrubs adding colour and character and several seating areas and a summer house offering places to enjoy the beautiful vista on offer. The drying green at the rear is communal and available for all four households in Hoop House to use. This particular flat also has sole use of a shed at the rear.
Driveway and Parking
The long driveway, which has an impressive pillored entrance, is shared between the residents of Hoop House and the neighbouring property. No 1 has two parking spaces – one at the rear of the property and another one immediately at the entrance door.
Each flat within Hoop House currently pays £10 per month towards a common fund for any minor repairs or upgrades.
Some of the furniture in the property may be available for private purchase.
EPC rating: D.