Situated a short walk/drive from the centre of Newport, the Island’s County town, this unusual mid-terrace house is situated in a popular residential road and offers a blank canvas for the new owners to complete a programme of upgrading and refurbishment that have been commenced but require completion.

The property is unusual in that while the ground floor accommodation runs the full length of the building, it has first floor accommodation at the front and separately again, via a second staircase, at the rear. This gives scope and potential for a small annexe to the rear or potentially an office/study, given the current enthusiasm for home working.

Planning Permission has been granted by the local authority to remove a chimney breast and re-shape the staircase to the first floor at the front, though there is, of course, no obligation on the new owner to proceed with these works. Other properties in the road have exploited the roof space to provide additional bedrooms and this is anther option, subject to all necessary consents being obtainable.


Planning Permission has been granted by Isle of Wight Council under Ref 19/01629/LBC, dated 21 September 2020, for demolition of outbuilding and chimney stack; proposed internal and external alterations including replacement windows, new timber cladding on 19th December 2020, subject to conditions.

Local Planning Authority

Isle of Wight Council. Tel: 01983 823552. Website: iwight.com.

Ground Floor

Living room, dining room, inner hall leading to a room with scope to be a kitchen and/or a bathroom.

First Floor – Front

Landing and two bedrooms.

First Floor Rear

Bedroom three/office/study.


Gardens to front and rear.

Auctioneer’s Note

The property is effectively at present a construction site and prospective purchasers are advised to take great care and view entirely at their own risk.

Freehold with Vacant Possession