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Daddyhole Plain, Torquay, Devon, TQ1

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AK Partnership, London
1,116 sq. ft.
(104 sq. m.)

Key features

  • 180 degrees SEA VIEWS
  • Situated in cul-de-sac overlooking on a 7 acre park
  • 2 bedroom, with easy scope to change to 3 bedroom cottage
  • Studio stone built outhouse ready for conversation
  • Bespoke bathroom and kitchen
  • Allocated parking right outside
  • Front and back patio gardens

Property description

Tenure: Freehold

The property is on a park that overlooks Torbay in South Devon which directly on the South West Coast Path.

The cottage is in keeping with it's period past: quality furnishings and a home from home feel. A peaceful quiet area only 10 minutes walk into harbour & centre of Torquay, South Devon. The nearest beach with cafes and hotels is Meadfoot Beach which is Blue Flagged, a 5 minutes walk.

The cottage has been a second home/ holiday cottage since purchased by the current vendor in 2005. In the last year (pre COVID) we are advised that the income from short term lets and holiday lets was in the region of £25,000.

This cottage has a lovely farmhouse style kitchen-breakfast room and installed a delightful contemporary bathroom. All the doors are stripped back to original pine. Double glazed throughout.
The kitchen is complete with all period fittings, consistant with this 18th Century cottage situated in a conservation area. Installed period sold pine wall units, a pine dresser, victorian plate rack, double belfast sink, granite worktops, tranventine floor tiles, built in dishwasher and ruby red Aga gas cooker.

The contemporary bathroom has an unusual double basin sink, double person power shower and a deep "Duravit" bath. The property is serviced by a water softener built into the central heating system. Floor to ceiling mix of rustic large tiles and travertine floor tiles.

The lounge is a lovely light & airy room with a feature fire place, built in cupboard and an access door to sunny patio garden onto Daddyhole Plain the acre acre park in front of the cottage.

This two bedroom period cottage has very large double bedroom overlooking Daddyhole Plain and with 180 degrees view of the Torbay. The second bedroom is a twin bedroom overlooking the town. The front bedroom is very big and has two large sash windows so vendor advises this could easily be converted to a three bedroom cottage as all of the other cottages in the row have done already.
Understairs cupboard housing washing machine and further storage. There is a boiler room with further storage at back of property.

There is allocated parking space right at the front of cottage on the cul-de-sac road, accessed through small courtyard garden laid to shrubs, patio stones, and gravel path.

At the back of the house is a courtyard garden area with an interesting outhouse which used to be the old wash house and toilets in yesteryear! The outhouse is currently dismissed as 5 store rooms. This area and outhouse is shared with the cottage next door which is also owned by the same vendor. Two of the store rooms and half the patio area are owned by that cottage. We are advised by the vendor that an opportunity may exist to buy out this half with the title of the rear garden and add this area and outhouse so that the whole area is owned by this cottage. This would be a separate transaction. Other cottages in the row have converted their outhouse to separate studios, artist rooms, or separate apartments / bedrooms some with with kitchens and bathrooms as well. This would make an ideal second part of the cottage separate from main house, perhaps to be used as additional AIRBNB income or just studio apartment for extra accommodation or for work purposes.

Torquay is one of three beautiful towns forming the sheltered Tor Bay and is renowned for a warm climate, clear bathing waters & clean air. Local beaches form a golden arc around the bay with shingle coves scattered nearby.

The town provides a wonderful quality of life with excellent shopping, waterside restaurants, a theatre and bars. Internationally renowned water sports are held in sheltered deep water bay, with a marina providing excellent mooring facilities for luxury yachts. South Devon's coastal path offer great walking, golf courses, & magnificent Dartmoor National Park.

Torquay itself became fashionable for naval officers & other affluent families during early 19th century, prompting building of large fashionable villas and exclusive hotels. Today, Torquay is well served with direct rail links to the major cities, motorway & airport at the cathedral city of Exeter.
With a micro-climate comparable to those found much further South and some 22 miles of coastline, cliffs, coves and beaches for you to enjoy, you'll soon understand why Torbay is also referred to as the English Riviera.

Stunning views are to be seen just about everywhere across the Bay, and in addition to the expected water sports of swimming, kayaking, paddle-boarding, surfing and boating, the coastline provides great places for diving, angling and crabbing.

The English Riviera is also part of the UNESCO Global Geopark which recognises and supports important wildlife areas around the world. Whether it's up at Berry Head Nature Reserve, Cockington Country Park, or Occombe Farm, the area offers brilliant woodland, cliff, and coastal paths to explore. The local charity Torbay Coast & Countryside Trust also organise a variety of opportunities to study the natural wildlife at your leisure.

The town is an ideal base for those also wanting to explore a bit further afield. Following the coastline to the West, you'll easily reach places like Brixham, Dartmouth, and Blackpool Sands while to the East you'll find Teignmouth, Dawlish and just a bit further on Exmouth and Exeter, with stunning Dartmoor just beyond. Moreover, Cornwall is only an hour away (Tamar Bridge) with its beautiful north and south coastlines and world-famous attractions like the Eden Project.

Torquay train station is 2 miles from the cottage. By road the A380 (South Devon Highway) brings you to within 3 miles of the cottage, this road is linked to the M5 motorway.


Agent's note: Under Misrepresentation Act 1967, these particulars do not constitute any part of an offer or contract. Neither the vendors nor their agents nor any person in their employ, bind themselves in any way, nor are warranties given in respect of any statements contained in these particulars. Intending purchasers must verify all statements by inspection or otherwise.Under Section 21 of the Estate Agents Act 1979 we advise that the vendor of this property is an employee of KAMA Limited T/A AK Partnership - Property Services
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Daddyhole Plain, Torquay, Devon, TQ1

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Distances are straight line measurements from the centre of the postcode
  • Torquay Station1.3 miles
  • Torre Station1.8 miles
  • Paignton Station2.7 miles
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