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Victoria Road, Dartmouth, Devon
£385,000, 3 bedrooms


Key features

  • 19th Century Period House
  • Extended & Refurbished
  • 3 Double Bedrooms
  • Period Features
  • Private Landscaped garden

Property Description

Close to the centre of town, lies BAY TREE COTTAGE. An 19th century town house that was EXTENDED and REFURBISHED to the most stunning standard, this property has been DECORATED BEAUTIFULLY and is the quintessential family or holiday home. Providing a spacious open plan yet cosy ground floor with kitchen, sitting room, dining room and study, 3 double bedrooms, family bathroom and 2 en-suites

Located on Victoria Road, which is a flat 10 minute stroll to the harbour side and perfectly situated for the boutique shops, art galleries, superb restaurants and delightful pubs that make Dartmouth so very popular. One of the brightest jewels in the South Hams crown, Dartmouth is as picturesque and pretty as they come. A true sailing town, the main pastimes are all water-based, with a world-famous harbour and colossal social calendar including Regatta Week, Dartmouth Food Festival and Dartmouth Shakespeare Week.

Behind its pale green door, Bay Tree Cottage is a truly special space. Through the front door, you'll find an inviting hallway with oak flooring leading though to a large Dining Room with solid oak flooring and period fireplace an opening leads into the spacious Kitchen/ Breakfast Room with fully-fitted handmade wooden units providing bags of storage space. Solid pine worktops, a Belfast sink with mixer tap over, stainless steel range oven with stainless steel extractor over, dishwasher, fridge freezer and ceramic tiled flooring. The dining area has space for table and chairs and a glazed door opens to rear passage. Glazed roof lights provide ample daylight into the kitchen. Approached off the Dining Room is the attractive Sitting Room with walk in bay window, solid oak flooring, fireplace with log burner. Off the hallway there is a small Conservatory overlooking the garden that leads through to the Study with Cloakroom off.

Head upstairs to the first floor and find the spacious landing steps up to Family bathroom with freestanding bath, pedestal wash basin and wc. Period fireplace and white painted wooden floor. Steps up to the light and spacious Master bedroom this room has serious wow factor with a vaulted ceiling, full height glazed doors with Juliette balcony and solid oak flooring located in the contemporary extension with ensuite shower room. The 2nd bedroom is a light, good-sized double with a feature fireplace, original wood flooring, and a street-facing view. En-suite shower room with walk in shower. The 3rd bedroom is also a double bedroom with period fireplace and window to rear elevation.

Outside: The gardens are to the front and side of the property and are a real feature of the house fully landscaped and private they provide a low maintenance area for alfresco dining or soaking up the late afternoon/evening sun.

SERVICES: Mains water, drains, electricity and gas fired central heating



TENURE: Freehold

LOCAL AUTHORITY: South Hams District Council t: 01803 861234


This property is being offered directly for sale by The Coastal House estate agency in Dartmouth, and all information and photographs have been provided by them. As such, Waterside Properties have not inspected the property, and are therefore not able to verify the correctness of any of the statements of fact contained herewith. Please contact The Coastal House directly for further information or to arrange a viewing on 01803 835788 or email

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