Little Redlap is an Edwardian house in Devon, around 100 years old, constructed of stone with colourwashed elevations and sash windows under a slate roof.
The property has very spacious accommodation and many of the rooms enjoy superb sea views out to Start Point. The dining area has an open fireplace and doors to the garden, while the kitchen/breakfast room has a four-oven Aga; the garden room is a charming space with very fine sea views.
Downstairs the extensive cellars run the length of the house. From the ground floor a staircase rises up to the galleried landing and the first floor has six bedrooms, two shower rooms and a family bathroom; a number of the bedrooms enjoy wonderful views out to sea. The second floor has a double bedroom with an en suite bathroom.
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Outside the garden is mainly south-facing and enjoys superb views out to sea. There is a large paved terrace outside, walled at either end with a number of flowering shrubs and plants, including camellias and roses. Wide steps lead down to the lawn; a former kitchen garden lies to the eastern end of the grounds.
Little Redlap sits within the hamlet of Redlap, which is about two miles from Dartmouth. The house sits in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, and the South West Coastal Footpath runs along this stretch of coastline.
The guide price is £1.5m. For further information please contact Strutt & Parker on 01392 215 631 or visit www.struttandparker.com.
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