DARTMOUTH FORESHORE, STUNNING VIEWS – 4 BEDROOMS / SLEEPS 8 (includes 1 bedroom ground floor self contained annexe)
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GALLANTS QUAY, SOUTH TOWN, DARTMOUTH, DEVON
The property occupies a commanding position on the Dartmouth foreshore, and is located on one of the most sought after roads in Dartmouth.
Wow what fantastic views you will have to enjoy whilst spending the week here! The property sleeps 6 people in 3 bedrooms in the main house, with a further self contained ground floor annexe sleeping a further 2 people.
The property is within walking distance of the town’s many pubs, restaurants and boutique shops, a town which has retained much of it’s original charm and is full of character.
The house occupies a commanding position on the Dartmouth foreshore, with amazing views up to Noss Yard and down to the entrance to the Dart Estuary.
View from the rear garden
SOUGHT AFTER AREA
This charming town is within walking distance of the property and is located in the much sought after area of South Hams and is known for having an uncommonly temperate climate, consisting of lush unspoilt countryside, hidden coombes and a spectacular coastline.
First Floor: Hallway, Kitchen / breakfast Room (with views across the estuary, with back door leading to the garden), Lounge (triple aspect views and private terrace), Cloakroom / WC
Second Floor: Principal Bedroom Suite (with en-suite) and access to 2 Further Bedrooms and Family Bathroom
Ground Floor: Annexe with Bedroom, Bathroom and Kitchen / Diner
Single Garage, Landing Platform, Running Mooring and Garden
2354 square feet of floor space (excluding garage)
View of the rear of the property
YOUR WEEK AT THE PROPERTY
This type of house in the area house rents out at £1,000 low season and £2,000 high season. The property would be available for a choice of one week over a 12 month period after the draw. The house will be undergoing modernisation for a period in 2021 but this is unlikely to start before August 2021, (if they are underway, you will be given the opportunity to take a week after the works are completed).
Please Note: The property is not suitable for wheelchair users, the infirm or pushchairs as there are a number of steps from the street down to the property.
Situated on the banks of the picturesque River Dart, it’s the perfect year-round destination for a holiday. No matter the weather or time of year, Dartmouth is an exciting town just waiting to be explored.
With numerous festivals and events, exhibitions and markets taking place throughout the year, as well as a great range of attractions and activities both in
Dartmouth and nearby, there is always something happening in this vibrant harbour town.
If it’s food you love, there is no better place to immerse yourself in Devon’s local produce, from seafood to ice-cream and fudge, the town is a food-lovers paradise.
There’s no better place to get out and about in the fresh Devon air. Put on your boots and get walking to enjoy the stunning South Devon Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and the South West Coast Path, both of which are on the town’s doorstep.
You can discover the stunning South Devon countryside by car, foot, bike or boat – the River Dart is nature’s playground for those who love exploring. The beaches in and around Dartmouth are some of the best in the west.
Places to Visit
Forts and Castles, the Britannia Royal Naval College all accessible to visitors, spend a day exploring the historical buildings and places of Dartmouth.
Historical Houses and Gardens
With 2 English Heritage and 2 National Trust properties in Dartmouth, as well as several stately homes and gardens in the surrounding area – you can spend days exploring. A visit to Agatha Christie’s holiday home at Greenway is a must – both the house and gardens are a real treat for visitors – and if you arrive by boat you experience the beauty of the River Dart which Agatha loved so much.
Steam Trains and More
It’s not just the maritime history that sets Dartmouth apart – it’s also the home of Thomas Newcomen, the inventor of the Steam Engine. A working engine can be viewed at the Dartmouth Visitor Centre why not view the engine and then enjoy a trip on the Dartmouth Steam Railway to round off your industrial education.
Other Things to See and Do?
- The Newcomen Engine House, housing one of the few surviving ‘Atmospheric Engines’.
- Bayards Cove Fort, a single storey Tudor artillery fort built before 1534 to protect the harbour
- Dartmouth Artisan Market held on the 4th Saturday of the month in Dartmouth’s Old Market Square.
- Dartmouth Museum, a fascinating museum full of history – Fun for all the family, under 12’s go FREE
- Guided History Tours – walking tour pointing out the most important buildings and places
- Dartmouth Castle at the mouth of the Dart, discover the history over the centuries along your way.
- Coleton Fishacre House / Garden, travel back to the Jazz Age at the home of the D’Oyly Carte family.
- Dartmouth’s Mayflower Heritage Trail – Walking Tour
Nearby: Totnes – 13 Miles – Kingsbridge – 15 Miles