Stable Cottage, Freshwater, Isle of Wight A superb, detached stable conversion, set in the grounds of the smallholding of Afton Farm, a Grade II listed Georgian farmhouse, close to Freshwater Bay on the west coast of the Isle of Wight. This lovely cottage is in a prime location for those wishing to explore the whole of the Isle of Wight. Enter the property via the lower ground level, either by the steps or use the path that leads you around the patio area to the front door. You will find three bedrooms which are full of charm with their exposed beams. The master bedroom offers an en-suite shower room, while the twin and another double bedroom are positioned either side of the spacious family bathroom. Also, you will find a large hanging and storage cupboard, offering plenty of space for everybody to use. Walk up four steps and you will be in the comfortable seating part of the open plan living area, where the double patio doors open out, facing the garden and parking area, and have fantastic views across the garden and adjoining farmland. The open plan space oozes character with sloping ceilings and beams and also includes a dining area and an excellently equipped fitted kitchen. Outside, to the front, you have a patio area with charcoal barbecue, where you can dine alfresco. There is masses of space to enjoy one of the many games provided, like croquet, cricket, football, netball and boules. Buckets and spades are also provided for your sunny beach days. Enjoy stunning picturesque walks from your front door onto Tennyson Down via Afton Golf Course, all the way to wonderful Freshwater Bay. Freshwater Bay has magnificent views out towards the English Channel, and is nestled under steep chalk cliffs, with its slate and chalk pebbles, and soft sand below low water, it’s a real children’s paradise. Walk the other way, via the Western River Yar causeway, towards Yarmouth with its salt marshes housing many lovely wading birds and waterfowl, especially in the winter months. A wonderful cottage in a spectacular location for exploring the back of the Wight, at any time of the year.