CLAMERKIN HOUSE is located in an enviable position in grounds that measure over 11 acres at Clamerkin Creek which leads to Newtown Creek, the whole area being an AONB. The idyllic grounds include paddocks- excellent for keeping animals, meadows and around 5 acres of woodland that meanders down to over 300 metres of creek frontage which is perfect for those of us that love to have access to the water for paddleboards, dinghies, kayaks etc. The house itself sits proudly at the end of a curved driveway with meadows either side, and is a very handsome property indeed. Offering a country home style of living, Clamerkin House has been designed to offer light filled rooms over two floors, most with dual aspect windows looking out to beautiful countryside, expansive lawns, woodland and of course the creek.
OUTSIDE Clamerkin House enjoys a manageable 11.25 acres of land which is made up of paddocks, wildflower meadows, 5 acres of woodland with around 300 metres of creek frontage which is reached through a lovely trail through the trees from the lawns. It is a peaceful and tranquil spot and an absolute heaven for nature lovers. The grounds are the grounds are a designated Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, with no light pollution at night meaning star gazers will also be blessed with stunning night skies. Clamerkin House has expansive garden lawns with a completely refurbished south facing swimming pool that has both a shallow and deep end for the discerning swimmer.
Outbuildings include: Two stables and a tack Room, a large workshop (8m x 4.2m) a tractor shed (7.5m x 4.2m) and a large greenhouse.
SERVICES Clamerkin House has mains water and electric. There is a sewage treatment plant which is shared by the neighbours and is serviced yearly at approximately £100 per annum charge. The house is warmed with an oil fired (and electric) Aga and central heating.
Council tax Band: G currently £ for 2020
NEWTOWN CREEK is part of the National Trust and is the island's only Nature Reserve giving you an idea of the haven it provides for local wildlife in it's meadows and estuary. There are beautiful walks to be discovered right on the doorstep. It is located midway between Cowes and Yarmouth, with only around six miles in either direction therefore very close to ports for ferry or foot passenger travel to the mainland. https://www.nationaltrust.org.uk/newtown-national-nature-reserve-and-old-town-hall
DINING ROOM 18' 2" x 12' 9" (5.54m x 3.89m)
DRAWING ROOM 25' 2" x 19' 0" (7.67m x 5.79m)
KITCHEN/BREAKFAST ROOM 20' 1" x 17' 4" (6.12m x 5.28m)
CONSERVATORY 12' 11" x 10' 4" (3.94m x 3.15m)
MASTER BEDROOM WITH ENSUITE 18' 2" x 14' 1" (5.54m x 4.29m)
GUEST BEDROOM WITH ENSUITE 18' 4" x 14' 8" (5.59m x 4.47m)
BEDROOM 16' 2" x 14' 4" (4.93m x 4.37m)
BEDROOM 16' 5" x 10' 10" (5m x 3.3m)