A massive multi-million dollar house in Seaview has hit the market, and it is a must-see, even if you can't afford to high priced home.
The Daily Mail was first to share the news Pier House was for sale. It is a Victorian beachfront home that was built in 1898 and gives luxury a whole new name. Not only does it sit on a secluded beach of Isle of Wight, but also there are 122 yards of beachfront directly outside its back door.
For the first time in decades, this ultra private home on the edge of Seaview is up for sale. The most recent owners passed away, and the executors of the estate have finally listed the property. However, if you are interested in this, it will cost £2.75million or roughly $3.25million, but it is worth every penny.
The three-story villa has gorgeous views of The Solent and whoever buys it will have the perfect secluded summer getaway. Seriously, there is not even a through road to the house, which is excellent for those who want to keep the public at arm's length.
Pier House has nine bedrooms that are perfect for when you have guests over. On the ground floor, you will find the study, the kitchen and breakfast room, dining room, sitting room and a drawing room. The first floor has four double bedrooms, a single bedroom, three bathrooms, a dressing room, and two balconies to enjoy the stunning view. Finally, the second floor is where you will find the final four bedrooms, a bathroom, and an additional kitchenette. Plus, outside beautiful private gardens are lining the way down to the beach.
It all sounds amazing, but the one downfall to this multi-million dollar is home is it does need some modernizing. Therefore the new owner will have to spend even more than the already high price for the home. It sounds like the perfect second house or a place for someone who wants to retire and can maybe so some of the upgrades themselves.
There is a new hot property on the market in Seaview, and it will likely not be listed very long despite the high price tag. It is a gorgeous piece of property with lots of privacy what more could a person ask for in a home?