This smart semi detached three-storey townhouse is situated half a mile from the beach, town centre and train station in Exmouth.
Roomy and bright with Georgian elegance and contemporary style, it provides excellent accommodation for families of anyone looking to explore this lovely coast.
Take the steps up to the front door to a porch and entrance hall.
From here, head into the lofty sitting room with wood floor, original shutters and vast sofas for curling up beside the open fire and watching TV.
The kitchen is a fine room for enjoying family meals, with a long old dining table.
Head upstairs from the hall to two bedrooms on the first floor, sharing a bathroom and shower room.
On the top floor are two further bedrooms, peacefully set under the eaves and sharing the shower room.
The walled garden behind is a sheltered space with small lawn for enjoying barbecues, relaxing in the pretty seating area or soaking up the sun on the deck.
Wander into Exmouth town for some retail therapy, to visit the cinema or theatre or pubs, or, of course, to spend the day having seaside fun on the lovely long beach.
You can find sailing and windsurfing instruction, walk the Coast Path, play golf or spot birds on the estuary, or why not simply sit on the seafront with an ice cream and watch the world go by?
The Exe Estuary Trail takes you to Exeter by bike or on foot, or you can catch the ferry across to Starcross.
A little further are the amazing sights of Dartmoor.
31 Salterton Road is a stylish base to enjoy within an interesting area, just ten minutes from the beach.
Over three levels. Two first floor bedrooms: 1 x king size double, 1 x twin. Shower room with shower, WC, basin. Bathroom with roll top bath, hand shower, separate shower, WC, basin. Two second floor bedrooms: 1 x double, 1 x twin. Shower room with shower. WC with basin. Utility room. Ground floor hall. Sitting room with open fire. Kitchen with dining area. Garden WC.
About the location
Exeter 11.5 miles.
On the eastern bank of the estuary of the River Exe, Exmouth has everything required by the visitor for a relaxing break. A thriving coastal town with a nationally renowned bird sanctuary, close to miles of sandy beaches, superb coastal walking, with everything for the fisherman and sailor, close to Exeter and with much to do and see - this all contributes to the town’s attraction. In addition to messing about on boats, lazing on the beach or taking the ferry up the estuary or to Dawlish Warren nature reserve, there’s always Crealy Park theme park, Bicton Park stately home and gardens, the Donkey Sanctuary at nearby Sidmouth, Woodbury Common, the cathedral city of Exeter, the Sandy Bay World of Country Life and the all absorbing Jurassic Coast with its famous fossil deposits stretching eastwards into Dorset. In terms of visitor attractions and coastal lifestyle you won’t find much better than Exmouth.
Note: Side path through private garden used by residents of owner’s separate basement flat for access only. Sorry, no short breaks