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4 bedroom terraced house for sale

Clarence Hill, Dartmouth, Devon, TQ6

Guide Price £695,000

Property Description

Key features

  • Sought-after and quiet residential road
  • One of a Regency terrace of five prominent properties
  • Spectacular views throughout the property
  • Convenient walk into the centre of Dartmouth
  • South-facing terrace
  • Garage in nearby road available by separate negotiation

Full description

Tenure: Freehold

Grade II listed Regency townhouse with sea views, outdoor terrace and within walking distance to the town.


Totnes (main rail link to London) about 13 miles, A38 Expressway about 18 miles, Blackpool Sands Beach about 3 miles

Clarence Hill is a sought-after and quiet residential road, in an elevated position conveniently close to the town, on the south facing side of the Dartmouth valley with lovely views over the town, the River Dart and out to sea.

The town centre, which is a short distance on foot from the house and only a few minutes walk, offers a wealth of shops, boutiques, galleries, pubs and restaurants and is home to the Britannia Royal Naval College.

The community is thriving all year round, with many established annual events and festivals celebrating music, food, art, theater and the Royal Regatta. The Flavel Arts Centre also has a packed programme of performances, films, workshops and events.

The deep-water port attracts sailing vessels from all over the world and is considered to be one of the prettiest in Europe.

Dartmouth lies within the South Devon Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and within the district known as the South Hams.

The nearby town of Totnes (13 miles) offers a main line rail link to London Paddington in under 3 hours and the A38 (18 miles) provides access to the cities of Plymouth and Exeter and the M5 beyond.


29 Clarence Hill is one of a Regency terrace of five prominent properties overlooking the town, it still retains many of its original features and spectacular views are enjoyed throughout the property. The drawing room is a particularly elegant, well proportioned, south facing room with floor to ceiling sash windows, while the second reception room offers scope as a study or 4th bedroom. The spacious kitchen / breakfast room on the lower ground floor is well appointed with farmhouse style units, an Aga, and integral appliances and double French windows leading to a delightful sun room, which in turn leads on to the south facing terrace. The upper two floors accommodate three double bedrooms, two bathrooms and an additional cloakroom.

The south facing terrace adjoining the sun room is paved and bordered by well-established beds offering a high level of privacy. The views extend across the town and out to sea, a glorious setting for al fresco dining and entertaining.

Garage, available by separate negotiation
Located in Northford Road, metal up and over door.

Square Footage: 1,804 sq ft


From the town centre proceed on foot along The Quay, keeping the ‘boat float’ to your right. After The Royal Castle Hotel, take the first left into Duke Street and then first right into Foss Street. At the end of Foss street cross over the road and proceed up Browns Hill Steps. At the top of the steps turn right and the property is on the right.

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Added on Rightmove:
28 June 2018

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