Situated in a quiet location above the picturesque town of Salcombe, 2 North Crest House is a pleasant two-storey mid terrace house a short walk away from the bustling town centre.
This spacious two-bedroom property is accessed from the shared garden at the front.
Leading in to a hallway, a flight of stairs leads to a small family bathroom with a bath, shower (over) w.c and basin and further stairs open on to a light and airy landing complete with dining table and chairs for four guests.
A fully fitted kitchen with modern appliances offers stunning views across the town towards Batson Creek and the Salcombe Estuary.
Double French doors open into a spacious and comfortable lounge with comfortable sofa’s, occasional furniture and a cost gas effect fire.
Up a further flight of stairs are the bedrooms and a further family bathroom with shower cubicle, w.c and wash-hand basin.
The master bedroom provides a comfortable King-sized bed, drawers and a hanging rail.
The second bedroom has two single beds and a useful “day bed” which can be used as a sofa or an additional third bed on request.
In addition, private parking for one car is provided nearby at the rear of the property.
The ideal base for a coastal break, take the short walk into central Salcombe and catch the passenger ferry over to the sandy beaches at East Portlemouth.
Alternatively, try your hand at sailing, or simply enjoy the town’s selection of eateries.
About the location
Kingsbridge 7 miles; Dartmouth 21 miles; Plymouth 24 miles; Paignton 26 miles.
Salcombe is a popular destination for walkers and families looking for a holiday by the sea and was once a major port. There are two pretty beaches within a short distance, North Sands and South Sands and further on is the National Trust property Overbeck’s where you can wander through the subtropical gardens. Why not have a more adventurous day and try out the watersports available on the estuary including surfing, kayaking or a more leisurely boat trip? Whilst staying in Salcombe you must take advantage of the locally sourced seafood which is served in many of the restaurants, pubs, cafés and delicatessens. The southern tip of Devon provides some spectacular scenery and picturesque vistas with a number of sandy beaches, lovely villages with thatched cottages and some fantastic opportunities for walking, including the South West Coast path.