Beacon Parks, Jawbones Hill Dartmouth, little wonder it let so quickly

18th August 2015  |  12:00am

Beacon Parks, Jawbones Hill Dartmouth, little wonder it let so quickly

Beacon Parks is a beautifully converted barn with separate cottage and studio and is finished to the highest standard with under floor heating throughout.

Surrounded by approximately 4.2 acres of land, it is situated in a most unspoilt rural setting at the top of Jawbones Hill Dartmouth with breathtaking views over the town, Naval College and the River Dart.

The property is believed to date from the mid-19th century. In 2006 the barns were converted to a house and separate cottage/office set around a court yard.

The first floor of the building has been constructed around a magnificent 'Carpenter Oak' frame, designed by well-known architect Roderick James, using as much glass as possible to optimise the spectacular views.

Jo Smith, Lettings Administration Manager said: “This fabulous barn offers wonderful entertaining space especially in the open plan areas such as the reception hall come dining room and kitchen. It’s little wonder it let so quickly as it really is a striking property.”

Beacon Parks was available to let at £2,450 PCM. If you have a property to let and wish to benefit from the complete service offered by the South Hams Letting Centre call us on 01548 855599, email lettings@marchandpetit.co.uk