Derry House dates from around 1888 and retains most of its charming period features including sash windows, shutters, fireplaces, slateflagged and wooden flooring as well as a fine colonial style veranda.
The property has four bedrooms, three reception rooms, kitchen/breakfast room, pantry, ground floor ‘wet’ room, three bathrooms and a conservatory. The top floor has been completely converted into an attic studio which benefits from a magnificent balcony making the most of the sea views.
There is also a two-storey stone-built former coach house and stable suitable for conversion subject to planning consent being obtained.
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Outside is a lawned area of gardens which are stocked with a variety of plants and palms with a small orchard. There are also a small set of wooden steps which give immediate access to the beach.
The property is situated looking over Looe Bay and the adjoining villages of Seaton and Downderry have good amenities and the beach is fantastic for swimming in summer. East and West Looe are also charming local villages with plenty of character. Plymouth is just around 12 miles east and has a mainline train to London and also has superb yachting facilities.
The guide price is £1.5m. For further information contact Savills on 01872 243 201 or visit www.savills.co.uk.