- Waterside Location
- River Frontage
- 4 Double Bedrooms
- Located close to the centre of town
- Running Mooring
Britain may be an island, but waterside living is still high up on the property wish list and it doesn't get more waterside than this A truly unique home situated in one of the most outstanding riverside locations in Dartmouth. With a large waterside terrace, river frontage and a running mooring could this be your dream Devon home?
Looking for your next Devon home, then you are looking in the right place;
you have all the facilities at your doorstep in a place that oozes charm.
Dartmouth may be famed for its art galleries and its historic Royal Naval
College, but it also has a fascinating array of local business, fine places to eat,
even an award-winning arts centre with cinema and library. For the
practicalities there are supermarkets and health services too. It is a
wonderful place for children to grow up, with highly rated schools nearby.
YOUR RIVERSIDE RETREAT
Situated on the banks of The River Dart, 14 Bayards Cove sits in one of the
most spectacular and unique locations in Dartmouth. Located at the end of
Bayards Cove, which was originally Dartmouth's only wharf, a picturesque
area protected by a fort at the southern end of the town.
14 Bayards Cove is a rarity in Dartmouth for a waterside home as it is one of
the few with a near level access. As you approach this tucked away property
through the stone arch you will be drawn to the character of the nearby fort.
Step through the old wooden gate and discover your waterside haven.
14 Bayards Cove has been designed so that the whole house could be divided
into two independent apartments, with their own entrances, or equally
would make one fabulous waterside family home. The property comprises
the lower part of what was formally Castle House which dates from 1896. It
includes the freehold title of the 3 flats above which are subject to 999 year
The front door opens into an entrance porch which leads through to the light
and spacious living room with electric log burner for those chilly nights.
There is a large decked and glazed balcony accessed through the sliding patio
doors that provides 180 degree panoramic views over the River Dart and out
to sea. Opening off the living room is a large dining room with study area
that leads through to the kitchen/ breakfast room. Upstairs there is an
additional sitting room and 2 double bedrooms both with ensuites. The main
bedroom to the front has a vaulted ceiling and wonderful river views.
The remaining upper two floors at the rear of the house then form a second
living area. There is a superb open plan living space comprising a fully fitted
kitchen, large living area with oak flooring and a wood burning stove, two
double bedrooms and a bathroom. There is also a private balcony with
fabulous river views.
What is undoubtedly one of the properties finest features, there is a
wonderful waterside paved terrace from which to enjoy fabulous views of
the River Dart, Kingwear and out to sea. There is also boat lifting equipment,
a ladder to the foreshore and a running mooring, subject to a DHA license.
Services: All main services including Gas, Electric and water.
Council Tax Band: Band C E
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 email@example.com
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