A bijou fishermen’s cottage located in one of Brixham’s older streets which is just a short walk from the town centre and bustling harbour, with an attractive secluded patio overlooking the town’s rooftops.
This property is located just a short walk from the busy heart of Brixham: its harbour. Fishing boats come and go here, supplying the town’s restaurants with delicious fresh seafood and visitors may wish to take up the opportunity to join an organised fishing trip. Pleasure boats offer tours of Torbay, as well as there being a ferry which runs across the bay to the resort town of Torquay, which offers beautiful sandy beaches, upmarket bistros and an interesting aquarium. Brixham itself offers an array of shops and eateries, as well as a number of attractions linked to the town’s maritime history, not least the stunning replica of the Golden Hind, which makes for a fascinating visit.
The front door of this property opens directly into the open-plan living area, comprising an open-plan lounge/kitchen. The lounge area is a welcoming cosy space, with its coal burner, comfortable sofa and arm chairs. There is a TV and DVD here to allow guests to relax in the evenings. French windows from the lounge lead to the sunny south-facing conservatory, where guests will find the dining table and doors opening onto the patio. The kitchen area, at the front of the property, is equipped with an oven, hob, microwave, fridge and washing machine. Stairs lead from the kitchen area to the first-floor accommodation, where there is one bedroom, a lovely restful room with a double bed, as well as an additional recessed single cabin bed which is accessed via a short ladder. The property’s bathroom has a shower-over-bath, and WC.
Outside, there is a patio area to the rear of the property, accessed through the conservatory, which enjoys views over the town and has been prettily finished with potted plants and bench seating.