Life’s a beach! Four-bed home in upmarket Devon town of Salcombe with breath-taking coastal views, an 800sq ft balcony and its own boat storage goes on market for £3.85million
- Named the Beach House, the property is moments away from North Sands Beach in Salcombe, Devon
- The luxury home is built upside down and bedrooms are downstairs to maximise the breathtaking sea view
- Luxury four-bedroom property has a spectacular infinity deck, an expansive balcony and rare boat storage
- The home is located at the southern end of the Salcombe Estuary, which is a protected scientific marine site
A stunning coastal home that is just two-minutes away from the sea has gone on the market for £3.85m.
The contemporary four-bedroom property, located in the highly-sought after area of Salcombe, Devon, is the ultimate retreat for those looking to enjoy a luxury seaside getaway.
The aptly-named Beach House, features an infinity deck that gives the illusion you are looking straight out to sea, and a 800 sq ft decked sun balcony – to give spectacular panoramic views of North Sands Beach and National Trust-owned greenery.
It has been designed to take advantage of the breathtaking coastal views and has been built upside down, with the four-bedrooms – all with en-suites- located on the ground floor, and a kitchen, living room, sitting room, study and shower room upstairs.
A stunning contemporary home that is just a stone’s throw from an idyllic beach has gone on the market for £3.85m. The living room (above) features stunning panoramic views of North Sands Beach in Salcombe, Devon
The four-bedroom property features a bright, open-plan kitchen (above) that leads to the 800sq ft decked sun balcony that shows off the stunning seaside location and National Trust-owned greenery
The oak-framed house is in a fantastic plot in one of the most sought after locations in Salcombe, Devon. As well as an expansive balcony (pictured) to enjoy the views
Outside the gardens have a tropical feel with palm trees and large shrubs to decorate the area, and also features parking for up to 12 vehicles and boat storage – which is rare for the location
It has 2,600 sq ft of living space with four bedrooms, all with en suites, on the ground floor and a kitchen, living room, sitting room, study and shower room on the first floor.
Just a stone’s throw away from the southern end of the Salcombe Estuary, which is a landlocked salt water inlet with beautiful sandy beaches, the property is located next to National Trust-owned greenery, so you get the best of both worlds.
The whole area is a marine site of special scientific interest, a marine local nature reserve and an area of outstanding natural beauty.
The two-story home, which was built ten years ago, features gardens, which have a tropical feel with palm trees and parking for up to 12 vehicles and boat storage.
Prunella Martin, from estate agents Marchand Petit, said: ‘The Beach House is really stunning. When you’re sitting on the deck it’s like being on an infinity deck, you can’t see anything below, you’re just looking out to sea.
‘It is literally a two-minute walk and you’ll be in the sea.
The balcony (pictured) offers a huge seating area on the infinity deck, which overlooks North Sands Beach and the tropical palm-tree garden.
The stunning greenery offers the best of both worlds, and you get that great mix of sea and greenery from the comfort of your own home
The floor plan (above) shows off the four huge bedrooms, that each feature their own individual en-suite. On the first floor, the living room and kitchen are surrounded by the expansive decked balcony that offers breathtaking views of Salcombe’s costal hotspot
‘The house has been designed to take advantage of the views. It’s upside down so the bedrooms are downstairs. They have still got some views but those really spectacular views are from the living areas.
‘In the living room it feels like you’re on the deck of a yacht and all the doors open up.
‘To your right you’ve got all the National Trust land so you get that great mix of sea and greenery.
‘It is a really lovely property and it does exactly what it says on the packet – it’s a beach house so it’s a great place to relax and chill.’
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