Set in historic Warfleet overlooking the Creek, this famous Grade II listed building has been a paper mill, a bakery, an outstanding brewery and, most recently, the Dartmouth Pottery.
Picturesque Dartmouth is only a 10-15 minute walk from the Pottery, with stunning views of the River Dart along the way, and, in the other direction, you're only a short distance from the Dartmouth Castle and tearooms.
This luxury ground floor apartment is accessed from the building’s communal area.
This leads into the hallway of the apartment with access to all rooms, with three steps down to a spacious open plan living, dining and kitchen area.
This light and airy area boasts oak flooring and original stone features, plus large picture windows with views across to Warfleet Creek.
The living area is furnished with two large leather sofas, whilst the dining area has a contemporary wooden dining table and five leather dining chairs.
The modern, well equipped kitchen area has beautiful granite work surfaces, and there is an additional utility cupboard housing a washing machine and iron.
The luxurious master bedroom has a King-size bed and en suite shower room, whilst the second bedroom has a double bed.
All duvets, pillows, bed linen and hand/bath towels are provided.
In addition to the en suite is a luxurious family bathroom.
Adjacent to the property is a small communal seating area, or take a short walk down to picturesque Warfleet where you can enjoy ample benches with waterside views, a small beach and rock pools at low tide.
Two bedrooms: 1 x King-size with en suite (large shower cubicle, wash-hand basin, w.c., shaver point and mirrored storage cabinets), 1 x double. Open plan living, kitchen and dining area, plus small utility room. Additional family bathroom (bath with hand-held shower attachment, wash-hand basin, w.c., shaver point and mirrored storage cabinets).
About the location
Totnes 12 miles.
Dartmouth lies on the banks of the beautiful River Dart estuary in the popular and picturesque South Hams area of South Devon. Located within an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and close to the coast, Dartmouth is one of the most popular tourist destinations in Devon. It offers a stunning waterfront, ancient narrow streets lined with boutique shops, restaurants and art galleries plus many local events such as the annual Dart Music Festival and the Port of Dartmouth Royal Regatta. There are many interesting cycling and walking routes around Dartmouth, including the South West Coast Path, the Dart Valley Trail and plenty of quiet country lanes. A trip on the Dartmouth Steam Railway through picturesque countryside to Paignton is a must, and so is a boat trip across to Kingswear and on to Brixham, a pretty little harbour town. For those seeking some beach activities, there is a wide choice in the South Hams area such as Blackpool Sands and Slapton Sands, both extremely popular sandy beaches are a stone's throw from Dartmouth. A relaxing location in South Devon.
Bring a torch if arriving at night.