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Features

  • SUBSTANTIAL TERRACED HOUSE ARRANGED AS 4 SELF CONTAINED FLATS
  • 2 GROUND FLOOR FLATS
  • FIRST FLOOR FLAT
  • SECOND FLOOR FLAT
  • LARGE LOFT ROOM
  • REAR COURTYARD
  • POTENTIAL HOME AND INCOME OR INVESTMENT OPPORTUNITY
  • FREEHOLD
  • COUNCIL TAX BAND - B, A, B, B.
  • EPC - E, D, C, E.

Nearest Stations

  • Dawlish Rail Station - 0.6 miles
  • Dawlish Warren Rail Station - 2.0 miles
  • Teignmouth Rail Station - 2.3 miles
  • Starcross Rail Station - 3.6 miles
  • Exmouth Rail Station - 4.0 miles
A fantastic opportunity to purchase this substantial terraced house split into 4 self-contained flats. The property is situated just off the town centre and is within walking distance of Dawlish Beach and mainline railway station. FREEHOLD. COUNCIL TAX BAND'S B, A, B & B. EPC' S - E, D, C & E.


LOCATION: The town is nestled between the Exe Estuary and the steep cliffs of Dawlish Warren, creating a stunning natural landscape. Dawlish enjoys a mild climate, thanks to its proximity to the warm currents of the Gulf Stream, making it an attractive destination for visitors and residents alike.

Dawlish is renowned for its long, sandy beaches that stretch along the coastline. The Dawlish Town Beach is a popular spot for sunbathing, building sandcastles, and enjoying refreshing swims in the clear waters of the English Channel. The nearby Dawlish Warren Beach, with its sand dunes and nature reserve, provides a haven for wildlife and birdwatching enthusiasts.

One of Dawlish's distinctive features is the famous Dawlish Railway Line, which runs along the coast and offers breathtaking views of the sea. The line is known for its iconic red sandstone cliffs and the unique sight of trains passing right next to the water on the "sea wall." This scenic route is a favorite among railway enthusiasts and visitors to the area.

The town center of Dawlish boasts a charming mix of traditional and modern architecture. You'll find a range of independent shops, cafes, and restaurants, where you can sample local delicacies and enjoy a leisurely stroll along the streets. The town is also home to some historic buildings, including the Dawlish Museum, which showcases the town's rich history and maritime heritage.

For nature lovers, Dawlish offers a variety of outdoor activities. The nearby Dawlish Warren Nature Reserve is a haven for wildlife, with its sand dunes, grasslands, and freshwater ponds. It provides opportunities for birdwatching, nature walks, and exploring the diverse ecosystems of the area.

Dawlish hosts various events and festivals throughout the year, including the Dawlish Carnival, a lively celebration featuring parades, live music, and entertainment for all ages. The town's close-knit community creates a welcoming and friendly atmosphere, making Dawlish an appealing place to live or visit.

Overall, Dawlish offers a unique combination of natural beauty, seaside charm, and a close-knit community. Whether you're looking to relax on the beach, explore the scenic surroundings, or immerse yourself in the town's rich history, Dawlish is a delightful destination on the Devon coast.

DESCRIPTION: The property offers a unique investment opportunity to acquire an attractive terraced house situated just off the town centre. The property consists of 4 apartments rented out on Assured Shorthold Tenancies currently achieving a gross income of £25,760 per annum. The apartments would benefit from updating in areas which may increase its rentable rate. To the front of the property is an area of garden whilst to the rear is a courtyard. The property also has a large loft space currently used as storage but may offer potential for further accommodation subject to all the necessary permissions and consents being granted.


DIRECTIONS: From Exeter proceed on the A379 to Dawlish passing through the villages of Exminster, Kenton, Starcross and Cockwood, upon reaching Dawlish continue through the town into the centre bearing right onto Brunswick Place. Continue on this road until you reach the T-junction then turn left up Barton Hill. Then follow the road right onto Barton Terrace, proceed along the road into Barton Crescent where the property is located on the right hand side.

Property Ref: HF21735_FAW003911

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