Imagine waking up every morning to fabulous sea views, a few minutes stroll to beautiful sandy beaches and a stone's throw from the village pub – what more could you wish for. All presented in a sympathetically refurbished, dog-friendly, comfortable holiday home at 4 Avonside, a handsome Victorian villa occupying a favourable end terrace position with large surrounding gardens and full of character and charm. Situated in the popular village of Bantham in a designated area of natural beauty, the area offers one of Devon's premier beaches which has a reputation as one of the best surf destinations in the region. Nestled deep in the South Hams and enjoying beautiful scenery and panoramic views over Bigbury Bay and the famous Burgh Island, 4 Avonside offers a fabulous home from home for a South Devon holiday all year round.
Ground floor: Steps lead down to rear porch entrance into contemporary fitted kitchen with built in electric oven and hob, integrated fridge, dishwasher and microwave. Attractive dining area to seat six, inglenook fireplace set with log burner and wall-mounted 50” flatscreen TV. Lounge with stunning sea views of Bantham Estuary and Bigbury Bay, sofas, flatscreen TV, DVD and ipod dock, character open fireplace. First floor Bedroom 1 with stunning sea views, 5ft king size bed, built in wardrobe, chaise longue and chest of drawers, flatscreen TV and DVD. Bedroom 2 with twin 3ft single beds, built in wardrobe, chest of drawers. Bedroom 3 with 4ft 6in double bed, chest of drawers and hooks for hanging. Bathroom with sitz bath, electric shower over, basin and WC. Utility room adjacent to log store in rear sun terrace houses a further fridge freezer and washing machine. Outside cloakroom with WC and space for cycles/surfboard store. External tap for hosing down sandy children, wet suits and dogs.
Outside: Set in mature gardens with lawn, shrubs and trees, a thoroughly private and secluded barbecue area with several seating areas, all enjoying the beautiful views. Rear gated patio to catch the morning sun. The sloping lawn at the front leads down towards a path via which it is possible to access the foreshore beyond.