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Beesands Cellars, Beesands

2 beds | 1 bath | 1 reception | Guide price £425,000

  • Mid Terrace House
  • 2 Bedrooms
  • Character Cottage
  • Beach front location
  • Stunning Views
  • Kitchen/diner
  • Parking and garage
  • Perfect Holiday Let

A rare opportunity to purchase a two bedroom house on the beach in Beesands. With stunning sea views, large garden and off road parking, this property would make the ideal holiday home or let.

Beesands is a charming seaside village which boasts an award-winning shellfish shop/restaurant and the popular Cricket Inn. It is around 9 miles from the market town of Kingsbridge and around 12 miles from Dartmouth. The village is only a short drive from many other coastal villages and popular beaches and is within the catchment area for the excellent primary school in Stokenham.

The market town of Kingsbridge provides all the amenities required with many independent shops along with well-known supermarkets, a sports centre and large Secondary School that serves the area.

Directions from our office:
From our office, continue up Fore Street and take a right onto Duncombe Street and then right again onto Church Street. At the bottom of Church Street, at the roundabout take a left and follow Embankment Road out of Kingsbridge. Follow the A379 to Stokenham and at the roundabout take the third exit to follow the lanes to Beesands. When coming into Beesands, turn left and go past a row of houses on the sea front. At the bottom on left hand side there is a small Car Park. There is then a private track with signs saying access to Beesands cellars only.

The property:
This is a rare opportunity to purchase a lovely two bedroom cottage in a superb location in Beesands. 2 Beesands Cellars is situated in a prime location at the far end of Beesands beach and enjoys uninterrupted, stunning views across the beach to the sea. Additional benefits are off road parking, garage and a good sized rear garden, the property comprises:

Painted wooden door to entrance porch with further painted part glazed door to

Entrance Hall:
With stairs to first floor and doors to:

Fitted with a range of wall and base units with inset 1 1/4 bowl stainless steel sink and drainer.
Integrated double oven, ceramic hob, extractor and fridge freezer.
Under stairs pantry, and plumbing for dishwasher

Reception room:
Beautiful room with feature stone wall and inglenook fireplace with woodburning stove.
Carpeted, with glazed door to conservatory.
Conservatory has sliding patio doors leading to rear garden.

First floor:
Stairs and landing with skylight above, and built-in storage cupboard housing hot water tank.
Doors to

Bedroom one:
Beautiful double bedroom with UPVC window with stunning sea views.
Radiator, carpeted and built-in double wardrobe with storage above

Bedroom two:
Good size single currently utilised as a twin bedroom.
UPVC window to front elevation, radiator, carpeted, and with built-in storage recess

Family bathroom:
Fully tiled walls and obscure window,
White suite comprising hand wash basin, low-level WC, and bath with shower over

To the front of the property is off-road parking for one vehicle, and garage.
Located at the side of the garage is space with an old pump room providing access to a private well.

To the rear is a spacious garden, mainly laid to lawn. A stone wall at the far end of the garden has steps which lead to another grass area which also forms part of the property and makes the perfect spot for a quiet drink watching the sun set and listening to the sound of the sea.

Given the location of the property, it would make an absolutely wonderful holiday let property or bolt hole, for those who want to spend lazy days by the sea.


Mains water, electricity and private drainage

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Fixtures and Fittings:
All items in the written text of these particulars are included in the sale. All others are expressly excluded regardless of inclusion in any photographs. Purchasers must satisfy themselves that any equipment included in the sale of the property is in satisfactory order.

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