On the seafront esplanade in Seaton, a modern Regency-style terraced house, looking straight out to sea; pub/shops/harbour, 200 yards. Small enclosed patio (flowers, table/chairs), paved and quite secluded, and small garage at the back. Inside, it is well decorated, easy, light, with good furniture and pictures. Front door to hall, off which small study (TV/DVD). Efficient kitchen/dining room (dishwasher, washing machine, microwave, fridge-freezer, gas hob/electric double oven) and glazed door to patio. Loo. On the first floor, sunny, comfy living room (Smart TV) with sea view and double sliding windows to wrought iron balcony; twin bedroom, and bathroom (suite, shower over bath). On the second floor, a double bedroom (5' bed) with sea view and en suite shower-room (suite), and another twin. No children under 8, except pre-crawling babies, due to balcony. An easy, convenient house, close to Seaton's amenities and in an excellent seaside position.
Seaton: small, friendly seaside town (pebble beach) at the mouth of the River Axe estuary (sailing, harbour). Cliffs on either side (World Heritage Site Jurassic Coast): fine coast path walks; 3 mile tramway through Axe Valley nature reserves. Lyme Regis (lovely harbour town), 8 miles by car, 6 by path. Golf nearby. Close inland, beautiful farmland and pretty villages.
Three levels. 1 x first floor twin bedroom. Bathroom with bath, shower over, WC, basin. Two second floor bedrooms: 1 x king size double with en suite shower room with shower, WC, and basin, 1 x twin. Ground floor hall. Study. Kitchen with dining area. Ground floor WC with basin. First floor sitting room with sliding doors to balcony.
SEATON Downderry 1 mile; Looe 7.3 miles; Polperro 12 miles. The seaside town of Seaton is at the mouth of the River Seaton in Cornwall and you will find a family friendly south facing beach and the nearby Seaton Valley Countryside Park and Nature reserve is home to wildlife, including otters and kingfishers and also offers great cycling and walking opportunities. The picturesque working harbours at Looe and Polperro are within an easy driving distance away, and the wonderful stretches of the South West Coast Path in this part of Cornwall take you to rocky coves, dramatic headlands and tales of shipwrecks and smugglers. Further afield is Plymouth, where you will find plenty to see and do, including a marine aquarium, a theatre, large shopping centres and the historic Barbican waterside area.