The Captain’s House sits above the village road in Downderry, with fabulous sea views from most windows, a superb Victorian captain’s mid-terrace house over four floors.
Steps lead up to a paved sun terrace and verandah where al fresco meals and sundowners can be enjoyed.
Ideal for groups of friends or extended family groups.
Inside, generously proportioned and renovated in traditional style with polished wood floors and muted colours: all very welcoming.
The house is taller than it is wide with the living room on the second floor to take full advantage of the tremendous sea views.
The dining room has a piano, and French windows to the verandah and terrace.
The bespoke kitchen leads to a scullery and utility room and a shower-room and plenty of space for sandy buckets, wetsuits and boots.
Stairs lead up to the first floor and three bedrooms – a king-size double, a twin, and a bunk room and the family bathroom.
Further stairs up to second floor and large living room with open fire, and those lovely views, a snug and stairs up directly into a large super king-size bedroom under the eaves with the best views of all and en suite shower-room.
Take a bus to Cremyll and then a foot ferry across to Plymouth and enjoy its excellent historic waterfront, shops and Theatre.
The captivating and ever-changing panoramic views make this a great coastal location at any time of year.
A grand base for coastal living, from days in the sun to storm-watching in the winter.
Over four floors. Ground floor: Kitchen. Dining room with piano and glazed doors to terrace. Scullery/Utility. Shower room suite with shower, basin and WC. First Floor: 1 x double bedroom, 1 x twin bedroom and 1 x adult bunk room. Bathroom, bath, shower, basin and WC. Second Floor: Sitting room with open fire. Snug. Fourth Floor: 1 x super king-size bedroom with en-suite shower room.
About the location
Looe 6 miles; Liskeard 10 miles; Polperro 11 miles; Plymouth 18 miles.
Downderry is a small quiet coastal village situated in south east Cornwall. Downderry has a sheltered beach, Post Office and shop, deli, and a cliff top pub and an excellent restaurant, serving quality local food. At low tide it is possible to walk along the beach from Downderry to Seaton, where you will find a family friendly south facing beach and the nearby Seaton Valley Countryside Park and Nature reserve is home to wildlife, including otters and kingfishers and also offers great cycling and walking opportunities. The picturesque working harbours at Looe and Polperro are within an easy driving distance away, and the wonderful stretches of the South West Coast Path in this part of Cornwall take you to rocky coves, dramatic headlands and tales of shipwrecks and smugglers. Further afield is Plymouth, where you will find plenty to see and do, including a marine aquarium, a theatre, large shopping centres and the historic Barbican waterside area.
Note: Arrival after 4pm.