A detached stylish bolt hole set on the water’s edge at Combeinteignhead with detached boat shed and its own slipway to the foreshore offering seclusion and uninterrupted view across the estuary.
The popular Teign Estuary village of Combeinteignhead has a good sense of community with a village hall, the popular Wild Goose public house and the Coombe Cellars, a public house and eatery in a superb waterside setting where there is also a dingy sailing club, as well as being a popular spot for windsurfing and water skiing etc. The slightly larger village of Stokeinteignhead lies around a mile away and has a well-regarded primary school, community shop and a farm shop nearby.
Easy access to Newton Abbot, which lies around three miles away with the Penn Inn roundabout offering fast link to Exeter and the M5 via the A380. The popular coastal village of Shaldon is around 2-miles away, a beautiful village with a sandy beach, various independent shops and cafes, a good selection of public houses and restaurants and a charming foot passenger ferry across to the seaside town of Teignmouth.
Tidelands Boathouse has been the subject of renovation in recent years creating a two-storey home with splendid views from the balustrade of the bedroom with waterside slipway which leads up to the boat storage shed with some lawn gardens and terracing, secluded patio area to the rear with hot tub and hard standing and turning area. The property is currently used as a Holiday Let and is producing a forecast for this year of £50,000 income.
Entering through a glazed door into open plan living area with well presented kitchen with gloss finish units and a range of undercounter and wall mounted units, integrated dishwasher, integrated oven and hob, integrated microwave, integrated fridge, freestanding fridge/freezer (included), breakfast bar with space for two, inset spotlights throughout the living area and kitchen with fully tiled polished porcelain floor throughout the living and kitchen area, enjoying some splendid views over the front terrace across the estuary. Ground Floor shower room with built-in shower enclosure with shower, hand wash basin and vanity unit and W.C. Stairs rise to the first floor Bedroom Accommodation with velux windows and double doors opening to a balustrade overlooking the estuary.
The property has a hardstanding area and lawn gardens to the left of the property, Marshalls natural porcelain tiled terrace to the front and side ideal for alfresco dining taking in the breath-taking views. To the rear of the property up the steps there is a secluded sun terrace and wood fired hot tub overlooking the estuary. The substantial boat storage shed ideal for storing dinghies and paddleboards with direct access down the slipway to the foreshore which does have a flood defence gate, the shed has a useful winch for launching and retrieving boats up the slipway. You can walk along the foreshore to Coombe Cellars and oversteps to the recreational ground and a short walk to the parking area.
This property does have a right of way of access over the neighbour’s property for maintenance to the property only. There is a pedestrian route to two alternative parking areas a short distance away. Furthermore, it is also possible to access the property via the foreshore in a suitable vehicle (dependent on the tide). There is ample parking at the property.
Mains electricity, mains water, private sewage treatment plant. Bottled gas.
The Property is Business Rated.
Teignbridge District Council, Forde House, Brunel Road, Newton Abbot. TQ12 4XX.
Strictly by appointment with a member of the Rendells Team subject to availability of the Holiday Letting.
From Penn Inn Roundabout, exit onto Shaldon Road, stay in the middle lane, and continue up the hill and out into the countryside passing through Netherton and continue into Combeinteignhead following the road around to the left out of the village. Staying on the Shaldon Road, passing the sign for Coombe Cellars on your left continue for about ¼ of a mile just before the entrance to Tidelands House on the left there is a carpark (Hearn Field). Alternatively, you are able to park at the large car park at Coombe Cellars Pub and Restaurant.