Seaton, together with its adjoining neighbouring village of Downderry, provides a range of local facilities including beaches, pubs, shops, village school, doctors' surgery and a bus service. Seaton beach is a stones throw away and, with its cafe, stream, rockpools and surfing, it is a popular year round destination for all ages. Access to the area is quick and easy with the A38 lying just a few miles to the north.DESCRIPTION
St Martins believed to be constructed in 1925 has been in the same ownership for 36 years. Occupying an unrivalled elevated position on Looe Hill with views over the beach towards Downderry and Looe island. Timber framed and internal styling inspired by the Arts and Crafts movement from the 1920s . Features that may want to be preserved such as the beautiful stain glass windows ornate wooden edged ceilings and tiled fire place. The property enjoys plenty of natural light and and has an airy feel through out. A veranda spanning the full width of the front making the most of the views. Steps leading down to the patio area and studio with ensuite above the garage. Terraced gardens to the rear with steps leading up to a quiet secluded area, an ideal tranquil place for taking in the afternoon sun.ACCOMMODATION
Entering through the sunny conservatory. Stain glass door into entrance hallway enjoying plenty of natural light. Kitchen breakfast room is dual aspect and has a range of bespoke wall mounted and under counter cupboards. Built in electric oven and hob and space for a fridge freezer. Double glazed door opening out on to the decking with some fantastic views. Sitting room with dual aspect and patio doors opening out on to the decking. Ornate surround fireplace with inset wood burner and a intrinsically patterned ceiling. The elevated position of the plot acts as a lookout over the beach. First floor has two double bedrooms with side aspect and built in wardrobes. Main bathroom with tiled walls, shower enclosure, wc and hand wash basin. Double glazed ornate stain glass windows. The second shower room also has a wc and hand wash basin, ornate stain glass windows and plumbing for a washing machine and tumble dryer. Stairs to upper floor that has a good size bedroom with a picture window enjoying marvellous views. The studio is a good size with electricity and spectacular views with its own shower room, hand wash basin and wc. The spacious garage is good storage or for a small car. The studio above the garage has separate access making it ideal as a home office or to possibly convert into separate living accommodation subject to the necessary planning consents.OUTSIDE
Steps leading up to the main entrance. Patio to the front and terraced stone wall gardens to the rear with steps leading up to a spectacular viewing point and secluded spot. Particular features are the mature planting and shrubs throughout the garden.SERVICES
Mains electricity, mains water, storage heaters, single solar panel for hot water heating.LOCAL AUTHORITY
From Plymouth take the A38 westwards from the Tamar Bridge to Trerulefoot Roundabout. Turn left onto the A374 Torpoint Road and in one mile turn right onto the A387 Looe Road. Upon reaching Hessenford turn left onto the B3247 and proceed to Seaton. Upon reaching the village, just before the beach, turn right up Looe Hill. Property can be found a short distance up the hill on the right.