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Now Sold – Similar Properties Required – Historic detached Manx period property circa 1830 set in just under 9 acres of land with amazing views and Victorian gardens, stone barns and workshops

Injebreck House, West Baldwin, Braddan, IM4 5EX, Isle of Man


Property Description

5 Reception Rooms
3 Bathrooms
2 En-suites
1 Utility room

This Historic and Stunning Manx Property is Now Sold – Similar Properties Required Contact or 619966

Historic Detached Manx Period Property circa 1830
Set in 9 Acres of Victorian Gardens
Stone Outbuildings & Workshop & Woodstores
Stunning Views to the South and Reservoir
5 Reception Rooms
7 Bedrooms in total over two floors
3 Bathrooms (2 En-Suite)
Sunroom with views over the Garden
Off Grid Living
Oil Fired generator powering the Electricity

Water Fed by a Spring
A Real One off Property with Wonderful potential, ready to put your own mark on

Historic Overview of Injebreck House
The property was owned by the same family for almost 200 years and much investment, planning and passion have gone into the creation, successive planting design and the ongoing upkeep and garden development. During the 1800’s the site attracted huge numbers of visitors as the Island’s ‘Pleasure Gardens’ where a pavilion and over 700 acres of spectacular gardens were open to the public. The main house was created into a hotel and what followed was vast numbers of visitors, attracted to marvel the masses of rhododendrons and hydrangeas. One of the main selling features of Injebreck House is its magnificent broad leaf woodland, river frontage grounds and stunning gardens which have been created since Victorian times.

Now the gardens take best advantage of the natural surroundings, including the spring fed ponds, where the ‘Water Garden’ is located. Beech trees line the walkways and tower to over 100 feet high and small micro climatic areas have developed within the landscape, creating homes for many rare plants including giant gunneras and a plethora of acers.

Nearer the house, many paths lead around a Victorian walled garden, with the upper area used for vegetable production, locating two greenhouses. Nestled into the hillside is a sheltered orchard for soft fruit production, plums, apples and pears. It is a gardeners dream.

SITUATION (See Map also) Leaving Douglas on Peel Road heading West, at the Braddan Tree roundabout turn right heading towards Nobles Hospital. At the Hospital roundabout go straight over to Strang, go straight over the mini roundabout and up to Mount Rule direction. Continue up and turn right at the signpost West Baldwin. Keep on this road past the reservoir and keep going, you will come across a sharp left turn going up the hill with white gateposts opposite.  Keep going up the hill a short distance and you will see the entrance to the property on the right hand side.


ENTRANCE PORCH  Impressive entrance porch with tiled floor.  Door opening into :

HALLWAY  Impressive hallway with stone flags.  Beautiful staircase to first floor.

STUDY  (approx. 17’5 x 9’10)  Window to the side overlooking the garden.  Fireplace with surround and built in storage cupboard.

DINING ROOM (approx. 14’9 x 13’11)  Bright room with dual aspect.  Chimney breast with built in cupboards to either side.

DRAWING ROOM  (approx. 19’0 x 18’4)  Fabulous room with stone fireplace with wooden mantel over and inset Clearview burning stove with certificate and plenty of wood in the wood stores.  Windows overlooking the garden, we understand this room was originally a Bar area when the house was used as a hotel in the late 1800’s to early 1900’s.

SNUG  (approx. 13’9 x 13’9)  Fireplace with stone surround with large log burner set on a marble hearth which heats 2 landings, 2 bedrooms and one bathroom. Large storage cupboard.

REAR PORCH  Tiled slab floor.  Door providing access to the outer yard.

DINING KITCHEN (approx. 14’9 x 16’1)  Fitted with a range of base and wall mounted units with contrasting laminate work surfaces.  Matching centre island with seating.  Appliances include electric double oven, gas hob, dishwasher, freestanding fridge freezer.  Double doors through to :

SUN ROOM  (approx. 18’5 x 12’4)  Beautiful flagged floor.  Glass roof and glass to three side with views over the gardens.  Door opening to the flat lawned area, very useable space and terrace.

UTILITY ROOM/W.C.  (approx. 15’1 x 4’7)  Very useful room in such a large family home.  Plumbed for a washing machine, space for a tumber dryer.  Tiled floor. W.C. with sink.  Storage.

WORKSHOP  (approx. 12’10 x 17’1) Integrated man cave housing the Firebird oil fired central heating boiler.  Fabulous workshop with door opening to the rear yard.


SEPARATE W.C.  Fitted with a w.c. and a wash hand basin.

BATHROOM  Fitted with a panelled bath and a shower cubicle.

BEDROOM 1 / HOBBIES ROOM  (approx. 12’6 x 12’8)  Fitted with a range of base units with inset double sinks.  Exposed beams.


LANDING  Built in storage cupboards.

BEDROOM 2 (approx. 16’1 x 10’2)  Lovely double bedroom with windows overlooking the garden and the reservoir in the distance.  Fabulous views of the ornate trees.  Door into :

EN-SUITE  Fitted with a panelled bath and a wall mounted sink.  W.C.

MASTER BEDROOM  (approx. 17’5 x 20’0)  Spacious master bedroom with windows overlooking the gardens and over Injebreck reservoir.  Door into :

EN-SUITE  Fitted with a panelled bath, pedestal wash hand basin and W.C.  Opening into a further bathroom area with shower cubicle and wall mounted sink.

BEDROOM 3  (approx. 14’6 x 15’9)  Windows overlooking the rear yard and barns.  Feature fireplace.  Fitted storage cupboards.

BEDROOM 4   (approx. 15’2 x 14’7)  Another spacious double room overlooking the rear yard and barns.  Feature fireplace.  Fitted wardrobes.  Additional storage.


LANDING    Eaves storage.

BEDROOM 5  (approx. 14’1 x 11’2)  Window to the side.  Partial head height.

BEDROOM 6  (approx. 14’1 x 11’6)  Window to the side.  Partial head height.

BEDROOM 7  (approx. 17’5 x 13’9)  Window to the side and aspect over the gardens and Injebreck reservoir in the distance.  Exposed Manx stone chimney.   Partial head height.

OUTSIDE  Stone barns offering great potential for possible conversion to guest accommodation subject to planning permissions.  Generator room housing the oil fired generator, battery bank and control panels which provides electricity for the property. There is also a hydro system installed powered by the river.

Barn used for storage.  Dog kennels.  Wood store.  The land is approximately 9 acres.  Water is supplied from the holding tank up the hill supplied by a natural spring.

INCLUSIONS   Carpets, curtains and light fittings.

RATES   For latest rateable value please contact the Rates Office on 685661.

THINKING OF SELLING? We are professionally qualified estate agents and licensed members of the National Association of Estate Agents (NAEA). We provide free of charge walk through valuations based on properties that have sold so the valuation is far more accurate and realistic. We will also advise and listen to your thoughts and plans. Give us a call on 01624 61 99 66 or email us at

DISCLAIMER Whilst Manxmove Ltd believe that these details are correct, neither Manxmove Ltd or their clients guarantee their accuracy in any way. Consequently, these details are not to be used to form part of any legally binding contract. Prospective purchasers or tenants are advised to visit this property to satisfy themselves as to the correctness of these details. Please note, we use wide angle camera lenses in order to show as much of each room as possible. This is not intended to mislead any prospective purchasers or tenants in any way and an honest verbal description is always available prior to viewing if required.




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Property ID:   53285

Call:   01624 619966

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