Double oak doors open into a grand entrance hall and reception area with wood flooring and a T-shaped staircase leading to a galleried landing with atrium window.
The sitting room is a light living space leading to a games/entertaining room featuring dual-aspect bi-fold doors that open onto an expanse of decking with glass screen doors opening into a family lounge area. Also off the hall is a 5th bedroom suite complete with shower-room and a study.
A stunning kitchen has an extensive range of gloss units, integrated appliances and glass work surfaces. To one end, a snug' provides access to a sitting area with contemporary fireplace/TV and slate surround. There is also access to a utility room and pantry cupboard from the kitchen. Double doors, skylights, and floor-to-ceiling windows bathe the room in natural light.
A formal dining room with double doors to a pebbled garden is accessed via the kitchen and the entrance hallway.
On the first floor, the master suite has triple-aspect floor-to-ceiling windows with bi-fold doors leading to a wraparound balcony looking out over the garden and countryside beyond. Its stylish ensuite wetroom features 2 open rainfall showers and bath. Bedroom 2 also offers an ensuite and bedroom 3 has a private terrace with space for seating. A 4th bedroom and family bathroom complete the accommodation.
A unique feature of Ivory House is a roof-top decked and glazed terrace affording breath-taking views of the harbour and open fields and includes a built-in hot tub.
The property is approached through double electric gates leading to a large brick paved driveway with parking for multiple cars and a double garage. Behind the garage are two offices joined via a kitchenette and cloakroom with shower. The secluded, large rear garden has an expanse of lawn, flanked by bushes and trees and views over open fields. EPC-C
Located on the outer-edge of the countryside village of Northney, Ivory House stands uniquely positioned between coast and open countryside, being a 2 minute walk across a field coastal path to the banks of Chichester Harbour. The village of Northney is renowned for its dairy ice cream, its beautiful Norman church dating from 11 century and two farmhouse-style tearooms. Boasting several world-class marinas and sailing clubs, Hayling Island itself has always been a particularly popular location for water enthusiasts. Windsurfing is believed to have originated here some 50 years ago. There are about 3 miles of seafront beaches, three of which have been awarded the Blue Flag for water and coastal quality, safety and facilities. Nearby are tennis courts and, to the west, the true links' Hayling Island Golf club. The 4 mile long Hayling Billy' coastal path attracts pedestrians, cyclists and horse riders running along the western coast of the island offering stunning views of Langstone Harbour.There is an excellent range of local shopping on the island with more comprehensive facilities available in Havant and further afield, in Chichester and Portsmouth. The popular harbour side village of Emsworth, about 5 miles distance, has an interesting variety of shops and a wide choice of restaurants. The Island enjoys the attractions of Goodwood and South Downs to the East and The New Forest to the West.
A superb, architect designed and built contemporary cubist' home in a unique position offering coastal and countryside views
Sitting Room 1
Sitting Room 2
En Suite Bathroom
En Suite Shower Room
Garage with additional parking
Hayling Island is a delightful 12-square mile area of land that’s completely surrounded by the sea and can only be accessed by the road bridge from Langstone. It’s is an absolute mecca for watersports – windsurfing was invented here and we have miles of glorious, safe beaches that are made for seaside activities, including sailing, power boating, jet skiing and beach volleyball.Beachlands beach has received the international Blue Flag award every year for the past 25 years and is the perfect spot to while away the hours looking over the Solent with a fish and chip supper.