A rare opportunity to acquire a handsome and spacious Victorian villa enjoying breathtaking, panoramic waterside and rural views from both its comfortable reception rooms and well-positioned outdoor spaces. EPC Rating E.
Allenhayes is a handsome, semi-detached, Victorian property located in one of Salcombe's most popular residential areas. Its elevated position ensures that most of its rooms, and its multiple and varied outdoor areas, enjoy spectacular views of South Pool Creek, East Portlemouth's village and sandy beaches and the National Trust land at Snapes Point.
Allenhayes is a property that befits its Victorian origins with a rendered exterior topped by decorative gables supporting a slate tiled roof and red brick chimney. Its interior boasts an abundance of period features with high ceilings, decorative cornices, picture rails, original doors and door furniture, and fitted shelves and cupboards all contributing to the elegance of this property. Its rooms, spread over three floors, are generously sized with most served by sash windows that allow plenty of natural light while also offering spectacular waterside and rural views. The owners have fitted a new kitchen.
Split level landing leads to:-
Landing naturally lit by a skylight. Offers access to the loft and out to the garden.
Steps from a rear courtyard rise to a sun deck, which also benefits from views, and then to the top where there is a recently landscaped garden. This area is mostly laid to lawn with raised beds and also enjoys a paved seating area with panoramic views and a summerhouse. The top garden can also be accessed via a bridge with handrails from the second floor landing.
Strictly by appointment with the agents, Marchand Petit, Salcombe office. Telephone 01548 844473.
Glazed area with quarry tiled floor.
Stairs with period bannister rising to first and second floors.
Open-plan area which could also be extended into the sitting room. French windows with views of South Pool Creek, East Portlemouth and Snapes Point lead into a sun room, while a sash window offers natural light to the dining area. Large fireplace with a marble mantle, slate hearth and decorative cast iron grate, flanked by a bookcase and cupboard. These are complemented by a second fitted bookcase and cupboards. Door leading to:-
Flooded with natural light and warmth from the sun. French windows lead out onto the large decked and paved sun terrace.
Newly fitted cupboards, drawers and worktops with integrated oven and grill. New Flooring. Door leading to rear courtyard and garden.
Bay window enjoying stunning estuary and countryside views. This comfortable room is separated from the living room by a set of double panelled and semi-glazed bi-fold doors.
Tiled floor and tongue and groove wall cladding. Bath with overhead shower and screen. Pedestal basin. WC.
Bath with overhead shower. Pedestal basin. WC.
Bath with overhead shower and screen. Pedestal basin. WC.
Sash window overlooking rear courtyard and garden. Fitted wardrobe.
French windows lead out onto a balcony with room to sit and enjoy the stunning views. Fitted wardrobe.
Sash window affording views of South Pool Creek, East Portlemouth village and its sandy beaches and Snapes Point. Fitted wardrobe. Wash basin.
Bath with overhead shower. Pedestal basin. WC. Integrated linen cupboard. Dormer window.
Sloping ceiling with sash window affording far-reaching, splendid views. Fitted wardrobe.
Sloping ceiling. Small sash window and skylight.
Allenhayes' current owners have used every inch of the property's outdoor space to create extra areas for entertaining and relaxing. The large decked and paved front sun terrace is surrounded by a steel balustrade and benefits from outstanding views while the paved side terrace is more sheltered but just as spacious.
Parking is also catered for with three hard-standing spaces at the front of the property from which the entrance steps rise to the front terrace.
Plenty of space for washing machine, dryer, fridge/freezer and the storage of garden furniture, beach and watersports gear. Sink with cupboards under. Sun deck above.
Basin and WC. Lean-to wood store.
Mains water, drainage, gas and electricity. Gas-fired central heating to radiators.
Planning for extension to kitchen, replacement and extended dormer to rear roof and new French doors to front elevation has been granted under planning reference 0120/16/HHO. In addition architect's drawings for internal alterations (which do not require planning) are available.
Salcombe is renowned as a sailing and boating centre located beside one of the loveliest estuaries in the South West with miles of sheltered water and fine sandy beaches on either side towards its mouth. The popular town has an excellent range of shops, pubs and restaurants.
On entering Salcombe from Kingsbridge continue straight past the first crossroads instead of turning left towards the town centre and follow Main Road as it contours around the side of the hill. At the next junction bear left into Devon Road and follow this road for about a quarter of a mile. Then take the second turning left into Allenhayes Road and Allenhayes will be found on the left hand side.
Kingsbridge 6 miles, A38 15 miles, Totnes 18 miles (Paddington about 3 hours)
24 Fore Street Salcombe Devon TQ8 8ET
Monday to Friday 9.00am to 5.30pm
Saturday 9.00am to 4.00pm
Sunday viewings by appointment
01548 844 473