Positioned at Egypt Point along Cowes seafront opposite the beach, this stunning one bedroom stylish penthouse apartment enjoys panoramic sea views over The Solent from the large balcony with table and chairs.
A short walk along the sea front will take you to the 'Old Town' Cowes and main High Street beyond where you will find a wide variety of boutique style shops, pubs, bars, restaurants and supermarkets.
It is an ideal location for those with an interest in yachting or simply wishing to soak up the lively atmosphere.
Walk west away from the town you will find popular sailing village of Gurnard with beachside cafe, family dining pub, both enjoying stunning sea views and on clear summers evenings the sunsets are amongst the most stunning in the world.
Car parking is off road, free and at the rear of the apartments and communal grounds laid main to lawn providing a place to soak up the sunshine should you not wish to venture across the road to the beach or to the seafront green and picnic area a short walk away.
Ground floor communal entrance at rear accessed from rear car park.
Internal stairs to third floor penthouse.
Door to hall with picture window allowing views of The Solent.
Open plan lounge / diner / kitchen with a range of contemporary styled base and wall unity and integrated oven, Induction hob, fridge freezer, washing machine, dishwasher.
The lounge area leads to a large balcony with glazed balustrade allowing panoramic views over The Solent.
Across from the lounge is the master double bedroom which enjoys sliding door opening to a Juliet balcony to the front for uninterrupted view across The Solent. To the rear there is a south facing balcony.
A spacious walk-in wet room shower facility boasting contemporary vanity unit, walk-in glass screened shower with large 'rain fall' shower head and w/c.
Car parking at the rear of the building.
Cowes - the world famous centre for sailing is a fantastic waterside town, located on the west bank of the estuary of the River Medina, facing the smaller town of East Cowes on the east bank.
Cowes offers a wide variety of boutique style shops, pubs, bars, restaurants and supermarkets. It is an ideal destination for those with an interest in sailing or simply wishing to soak up the lively atmosphere. Through the summer months hundreds of sailing enthusiasts come to sail, race and enjoy the bustling nightlife.
Other attractions for visitors to Cowes include the Literary Festival in October with famous speakers and writers to make a memorable weekend.
Cowes Parade and green is perfect to watch passing liners on their world cruises together with a variety of commercial ships and all manner of classic and performance boats.
The Red Jet Hi-speed passenger ferry is within the town centre and provides a regular service to Southampton - ideal for a day trip or for those not wishing to bring a car to the Island. The chain ferry to East Cowes allows direct access to attractions such as the historic Osborne House.
From Cowes there is easy access to all other areas of the Island, with its choice of beautiful beaches and stunning walking and cycling country.
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