This semi detached house is situated on the edge of Brixham, a five minute stroll from Fishcombe Cove and café.
With plenty of simple comfort, this lovingly cared-for 1920s house is a homely place for families in an interesting area.
The step up into the porch leads you through to the hall, complete with original stained glass doors, and then to the sitting room, a relaxing space for watching TV or gazing out of the bay window.
The kitchen is a good size with a table for breakfast.
Meals can be enjoyed in the dining room, together with musical accompaniment from the piano.
For chilling out, sink into the armchairs in the garden room with its garden views and access to the patio.
Take the stairs up to the three bedrooms, with pretty views of the coast from the front rooms and a view over the garden to the town from the double at the back.
Outside is equally relaxing, with a little garden to the front and a bigger enclosed lawn garden at the back where you can sit back under the peach tree, light up the barbecue on one of the two patios, or even pick herbs and fruit when they are ripe.
Take the children to play in the public play park, about 200 yards away, or join the South West Coast Path in about four minutes for a scenic walk in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty to Broadsands sandy beach.
Buses head regularly into town with its boat trips, fish market, restaurants and shops, and further afield to Exeter and Torbay.
Take the ferry to Torbay or Dartmouth, or visit National Trust Greenway or Coleton Fishacre.
There’s so much to see and do around Danecroft.
Three bedrooms: 1 x double, 1 x twin, 1 x single. Family bathroom with bath, shower, WC, basin. Downstairs hall. Sitting room. Kitchen with breakfast table. Dining room. Garden room.