Brixham 2 miles.
A modern detached family house in a quiet residential street, in Upper Brixham, on the hills above Brixham town.
This cottage is conveniently placed for friends and families to explore this lovely part of the country.
Step inside the open plan living area and there is an immediate sense of light, space and style with Italian marble floors and modern furniture.
There is a kitchen with dining area and a sitting area which has folding patio doors that opens up the entire wall and lets the fresh sea air in.
Upstairs there are two lovely double bedrooms and a bunk room, ideal for a group of six.
Outside, the fully enclosed garden has a sloping lawn and a sunny patio with furniture, where it is tempting to sit all day whilst admiring the open views.
There is plenty of parking on the driveway, so you can leave the car behind and take a walk to the busy harbour side area of Brixham, where you can watch the fishermen land their catch or investigate one of the many family-run restaurants offering fresh fish and the finest of local produce.
The walking in this area of Devon is spectacular.
Either take a stroll along the beautiful River Dart to visit the beloved home of Agatha Christie, now owned by the National Trust or follow the South West Coast Path to Kingswear and take a ferry trip across to Dartmouth.
There are beaches and coves to discover on the English Riviera and plenty of pubs to visit in interesting villages like Totnes and Stoke Gabriel.
A quiet base and plenty on offer for Devon enthusiasts.
Three bedrooms: 1 x king-size double, 1 x double, 1 x adult bunks. Bathroom with bath, shower over, basin and WC. Ground floor basin and WC. Open plan living area with kitchen, dining area and sitting area. Utility.
About the location
Dartmouth 5 miles; Paignton 6 miles; Torquay 8 miles.
Brixham is a working fishing harbour located on the southern side of Torbay, the area known as The English Riviera, famed for its sunny mild climate all year round. The focal point of the harbour is a life size replica of The Golden Hind, Sir Francis Drake’s ship. The prettiest part of Brixham has small cottages in hilly narrow winding lanes leading to the harbour where all the activity is centred. Home to Britain’s largest fishing fleet which regularly lands their catch in the harbour, Brixham fish market sells to major restaurants in the UK. Brixham is the ideal destination for a traditional holiday with many family attractions around Torbay including two Blue Flag beaches, Paignton Zoo and many regattas and maritime events throughout the year. There are a host of safe cycle trails in the area, the South West Coastal Path and some of the best golf courses in the region. A good mix of relaxation or action, to suit all ages, where you are never far from the sea.