Guide Price £135,000 Sold

* * * * SOLD AND SIMILAR PROPERTIES URGENTLY REQUIRED * * * * Located conveniently on the eastern flank of Devon`s ever popular Dawlish, this spacious first floor apartment boasts bags of charm and character and benefits from many period features including panel doors, ornate cornice work and two period fireplaces. Dawlish is an attractive, traditional seaside town on the iconic red sandstone main railway line of the historic GWR. With a thriving network of shops, pubs, restaurants and community amenities, including doctor`s surgery, schools, theatre/cinema and leisure centre, there are excellent transport links to nearby Torbay, Newton Abbot and Exeter (8 miles.)

The sought after Sea Lawn Terrace community occupies a unique waterfront location minutes from the town centre. Following the famous storms of 2013, multi-million pound restoration by government and Network Rail has given the entire location a long-lasting facelift. The rail line and seawall have been totally reinforced/rebuilt and the private access road completely resurfaced; sizeable government grants to each property have further enhanced this, giving each sea fascia a long-term weatherproof lifespan, reflected in the freshly painted Victorian frontages.

Hidden by a rambling oak, the apartment is discreetly reached by descending steps beside its own garage (only one of four), then over a small bridge to a gated, garden patio area (ideal for BBQ). Beyond a solid front door, a spacious lobby accesses a just-refurbished bathroom and toilet, and hallway into the main flat. The bay fronted lounge is the real gem of the property with its imposing tiled marble fireplace and windows offering an immediate panorama of Lyme Bay, Jurassic coastline and even Portland on a clear day. The window in the neighbouring kitchen, newly double glazed, offers a similar breathtaking aspect; summer steam trains immediately below, revive the history. An open, potential hallway study area (or kitchen relocation, to facilitate a second bedroom), introduces the generous, double bedroom with its plumbed washbasin, wardrobe bays and another period fireplace.

From Sea Lawn Terrace, a path alongside the garage leads to steps down to a bridge across the roof garden with outside light. Obscure glazed and timber front door to

Entrance Hall
Period cornice, high level meters and fuse board, built in airing cupboard with immersion hot water tank with shelving above. Tall period skirting boards. Stairs up to the inner hall with curtained storage area and an open recess with high level shelving, an ideal area for a home office/study. Opening to

Kitchen - 15'1" (4.6m) Into Recess x 8'5" (2.57m)
Period cornice and picture rail. Double glazed window to front aspect with stunning views out to sea. Range of matching base and eye level units with wood effect roll edge work tops and tiled surround. Inset stainless steel sink unit with drainer to one side. Electric point and space for cooker with canopy above. Space and plumbing for washing machine.

Lounge - 17'8" (5.38m) Into Bay x 11'10" (3.61m)
Period cornice and picture rail. Double glazed bay window to front aspect enjoying stunning uninterrupted sea views, to Lyme Bay to the east and Torbay to the west. Superb period fireplace with marble mantel and surround with decorative tiled inset and tiled hearth. Tall period skirting boards. Television aerial point.

From hall, door to

Master Bedroom - 13'9" (4.19m) x 13'0" (3.96m)
Coved ceiling and period sash window to rear aspect. Period horseshoe fireplace with timber mantel and surround and hearth. Pedestal wash hand basin with tiled surround. Telephone point.

Obscure glazed window to side. Panel bath with tiled splash back with Victorian telephone style mixer tap with shower attachment. Pedestal wash hand basin with tiled surround.

Separate WC
Obscure glazed sash window to side. Low level flush WC.

At the rear of the property there is a private, tree-shaded roof patio which is for the use of Key West only. Outside light. The property also benefits from a single garage with metal up and over door. Sea Lawn Terrace has also recently been resurfaced.

Please note we have not tested any apparatus, fixtures, fittings, or services. Interested parties must undertake their own investigation into the working order of these items. All measurements are approximate and photographs provided for guidance only.

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