Little Redlap is an Edwardian country house in the hamlet of Redlap in Devon, built of stone under a slate roof, with sash windows. This property would suit a family as a primary residence, or could also make an excellent holiday home.
Accommodation is spacious, offering a large reception room with dining area and an open fireplace, doors to the garden and superb sea views; the kitchen/breakfast room has a four-oven Aga and adjoining this is a light garden room, which has steps leading out to the terrace. The cellar on the lower ground floor runs the full length of the house.
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Upstairs the first floor benefits from a galleried landing, and here there are six bedrooms with fantastic views, two shower rooms and a family bathroom; the second floor has a double bedroom with an en-suite bathroom.
Outside the garden is mainly south-facing and also enjoys far-reaching views out to sea. The large paved terrace is walled at either end. Wide steps lead down to the lawn and a path to the east leads down to a fully walled former kitchen garden which could become a swimming pool or a tennis court.
Little Redlap is situated in the hamlet of Redlap, about two miles from Dartmouth, which is located in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, and the South West Coastal Footpath runs along this stretch of coastline. Much of the surrounding area is in the care of the National Trust.
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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