Lower Great Torr is a charming attached period farmhouse situated on the outskirts of the idyllic village of Kingston, Devon, close to the dog-friendly Wonwell Beach and the South West Coast Path.
The property has a large external porch area where you can kick off your muddy boots and thick coats and step into the spacious interior hallway.
To the left of the front door is the attractive and cosy lounge area with its orange painted wall, giving the room a welcoming feeling.
The lounge has a range of comfortable seating, with a large flatscreen TV and a cosy woodburning effect stove to brighten up your evenings, there is strong wifi and a facility to access your own Netflix/Amazon Prime accounts.
Furnished to a high-standard, the open-plan kitchen will inspire you to dust off those cook books and indulge in all the modern appliances at hand.
With its attractive yellow and red tiling, solid wood units and granite worktops to brighten up your work space.
The dining area has seating for up to six people, with a cushioned settle and a study area in the corner of the room.
On the first floor you will find three lovely bedrooms: one king-size, one double with an en-suite shower room and a twin.
There is a separate family bathroom with a bath and shower over, a perfect spot to relax after a tiring day.
There is also a first floor cloakroom and WC.
The bedrooms have a range of modern furniture, including matching bedside tables with reading lamps, and the master bedroom housing a stunning dressing table.
Outside has a lovely front and side landscaped garden with a lawn area, a summer house and furniture provided.
Off-road parking is available for up to four cars.
Lower Great Torr is the perfect property for a peaceful and tranquil holiday.
The property is within a 1 mile walk of Wonwell Beach situated on the edge of the Flete Estate and the beautiful unspolit Erme estuary and coastline of this Outstanding Area of Natural Beauty.
About the location
Kingston is a very pretty Devon village, well off the beaten track in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Popular with walkers, the South West Coast Path from Kingston encompasses some of South Devon’s most stunning coastline, whilst Dartmoor National Park is also within driving distance. Less than one mile from the village is the River Erme’s wooded estuary and beautiful unspoilt, sandy Wonwell beach. The popular 16th century village pub, The Dolphin, is within 5 minutes’ walk, serving real ale and home-cooked meals using local produce. Kingston is just 4 miles from the Georgian town of Modbury and 15-20 minutes’ drive from the market town of Kingsbridge. The city of Plymouth, with attractions including The National Marine Aquarium and Plymouth Hoe, plus the bars and restaurants of waterfront areas including The Barbican, is 20 or so miles away. For sports enthusiasts there is sailing in Salcombe (15 miles), surfing off Bantham beach, or challenging coastal golf at nearby Bigbury and Thurlestone golf courses.