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Gotten Manor is a 17th-century idyll on the Isle of Wight’s south coast

The roots of Gotten on the Isle of Wight dates back to the Doomsday Book when it was listed in the very first survey of pre-industrial Britain as a working farm.

In its present state, the five-acre Grade II-listed property combines 13th, 16th and 19th-century structures, with living spaces spread around a large courtyard. These encompass the stone manor house, former cart house and medieval long barn.

The dining room features french doors that open onto the lawns, as well as a large Inglenook fireplace with woodburning stove
Photography: Inigo

A stone-walled kitchen has raw woodwork surfaces, an Aga stove, and a service hatch connecting it to the dining room with its vast inglenook fireplace. Off the dining room is a library and snug, complete with an 18th-century fireplace and pedestal, which open to the country property’s lawns.

Two bedrooms and a nursery complete this part of the house, while the drawing room – complete with medieval fireplace, bread oven and pre-industrial copper water heater – is located in the 13th-century wing, with a lofty dining room and two bedrooms above.

Stone floors and walls, rough hewn beams and raftered ceilings feature in the livingroom
Photography: Inigo

The milk house and cart house has been converted into private guest accommodation, with three bedrooms and a private living room and kitchen furnished in a contemporary style.

Many outdoor buildings have the potential for further conversion as guest and rental accommodation, including the enormous late-medieval long barn.

Take a tour of Gotten Manor on the Isle of Wight, listed with Inigo for £2m.

The kitchen has an old aga, wooden work tops and a serving hatch that connects to the dining room
Photography: Inigo
One of seven bedrooms with views across the wooded hillside
Photography: Inigo
The master suite
Photography: Inigo
Gotten Manor is a Georgian idyll on the Isle of Wight's south coast
Photography: Inigo
Gotten Manor is a Georgian idyll on the Isle of Wight's south coast
Photography: Inigo

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