Primrose Cottage is a beautiful Grade II listed terrace nestled in a row of nine, opposite the church in the picturesque village of Kenton.
Ideally located on the Exe Estuary, with access to the delights of Dawlish and Exeter, this redbrick, former workers' cottage offers an immaculate interior, as featured in TV's 'Homes Under the Hammer'.
The cottage is full of character, dating back to the 19th century, with many original features retained in the framework.
Entrance is gained from Church Street into the first sitting room, which is uplifted by the exposed brick wall and woodburner resting within the inglenook.
Relax and unwind in either lounge, with the warmth of the fire to keep you company.
There is a dining area in the second living room, which leads on to a quiet sun room overlooking the sunny courtyard.
This is a lovely spot to enjoy a cup of tea or take your book for a read.
The skylight brings in lots of welcoming natural light.
Two steps take you down to the kitchen, which is fully equipped and adds style to the property, with under cupboard lighting and sleek wooden worktops.
There are two bedrooms upstairs; a double and a single, followed by a bright and sunny family bathroom.
A back door leads from the kitchen, down a gravelled lane, to an enclosed garden at the rear.
There is a shed storing all the garden essentials, including patio furniture and a barbecue for alfresco dining.
Kenton is nestled on the fringes of the stunning 95-mile stretch of Jurassic Coast, with many family-friendly attractions adding much appeal.
Powderham Castle, set in the outskirts of the village, hosts many family events during the summer months and is open all-year-round to the public for tours of the grounds.
Dawlish town and beach offer a lovely day out, as do Haldon Forest, with its cycle hire and Dartmoor National Park with its vast moorland and rich history.
Exeter has its imposing cathedral and historic quayside and there is plenty of fishing, birdwatching and watersports in the surrounding areas.
A wonderful retreat in a region of wild, natural beauty!
About the location
Dawlish 5.7 miles; Exeter 7.5 miles; Exmouth 14.3 miles
Famous for its red sandstone church, built during the 14th century, this pretty village of Kenton is situated between Dawlish and Exeter, on the banks of the River Exe.
It has a few shops, pubs and eateries to choose from within the village itself, with many attractions to see around the area.
Powderham Castle, the home of the Earl and Countess of Devon is set in remarkable grounds, overlooking the Exe Estuary, making a wonderful day out with the family.
The seaside town of Dawlish is close by, with a plethora of of shops, restaurants and cafés along with a small cinema.
Dawlish Warren is a fascinating mile-long sand beach on the stretch of the south Devon coastline, with shops, a golf course and a 55-acre nature reserve, home to more than 450 species of flourishing plants and wildlife.
Exeter boasts a remarkable cathedral, historic quayside and a wealth of bars, shops and restaurants.
The gatehouse and tower of Rougemont castle are well worth a visit, surrounded by Rougemont gardens with a backdrop of Roman wall ruins.
Within a short drive are some stunning beaches at Sidmouth and Exmouth, and the start of the 95 mile stretch of Jurassic Coast offering fabulous landscape scenery! A superb base, with plenty to explore with the whole family..