Of all the old fishing villages in South Devon Inner Hope Cove stands as probably the most photographed featuring in particular the thatched cottages set back from the sea and the backdrop of the National Trust land. Just out of camera shot is an interesting very well located three bedroom house open to the south and facing west across its level garden with parking and being offered for sale for the first time since 1925 when it was built. Alteration, extension or redevelopment to create an additional house all seem a possibility, subject to planning permission, in this very popular location sheltered by the hillside whilst being a walk of only 150 yards from the slipway and beach. Glenariff, built in 1925, is of traditional cavity wall construction with a rendered exterior under a slate roof and more recent extension to the ground floor providing an additional bedroom. Garden to the side provides the opportunity to enlarge the current accommodation or, subject to planning permission, construct a second dwelling. The accommodation of this well situated house comprises:
Post Code: TQ7 3HT
Council Tax Band: D
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to small Entrance Hall, with PVCu double glazed door.
14'0" x 12'6" | 4.27 x 3.82
overlooking the front garden with an original tiled fireplace in oak surround, slimline storage heater/panel heater, TV point.
14'0" x 11'7" | 4.28 x 3.54
overlooking the front garden with Lidstone Range (not operational) in tiled recess and mantel over, side recessed half glazed cupboard, understairs cupboard containing the hot water cylinder fitted with an electric immersion heater, slimline storage heater, varnished floorboards.
8'11" x 7'10" | 2.72 x 2.39
with working surfaces, tiled surrounds, inset single drainer sink top, pine fronted cupboards under, wall cupboards and shelving, electric cooker point, plumbing for dishwasher.
9'5" x 6'4" | 2.88 x 1.94
with wall cupboards, plumbing for washing machine, spaces for refrigerator, deep freeze and tumble dryer, coat hooks, door to rear.
13'11" x 9'11" | 4.25 x 3.04
overlooking the front garden with PVCu double glazed window.
with a white suite comprising bath having an electric shower and curtain over, pedestal basin and WC. Electric towel rail, mirrored cabinet, fully tiled walls.
14'0" x 11'7" | 4.28 x 3.54
affording views over the neighbouring thatched cottages to the National Trust Land and sea through the trees with recessed wardrobe, enamelled fireplace, TV aerial lead, PVCu double glazed window.
13'11" x 12'5" | 4.25 x 3.79
affording similar views to the front and view to the rear with enamel fireplace, TV aerial lead, PVCu double glazed windows.
Gated entrance into a double parking area laid to granite chippings and path connecting with a brick path to the house. The garden, bounded by earth banks and young trees, is laid to grass with flower beds, mature trees and shrubs, to the front of the house is a paved patio. The earth banks and trees continue to the rear with a granite chippings and Outbuilding 7.16 x 3.25 (23’5” x 10’7”), of concrete block and sheet metal construction open one end and earth floor.
Main electricity, water and drainage.