- Highly desirable creekside position
- Level walk to Salcombe town and mooring pontoons
- South facing accommodation
- Self-contained annex "The Lodge"
- Private mooring
- Delightful gardens on the water's edge
- Parking for several cars
- Established holiday letting history
- Newly installed Conservation Grade windows
- Fibre-optic broadband
Lower Batson is a hamlet located within a short, level and pretty walk from the popular waterside town of Salcombe. It lies on either side of an enchanting and peaceful valley at the head of the picturesque Batson Creek.
Waterside has a commanding South facing location right on the water's edge, next to the slipway. It has its own mooring, accessed via stone steps leading from a gate at the bottom of the garden, while the house is in an elevated position to be able to enjoy the creekside and surrounding rural views.
Set over two floors, the accommodation and layout with plentiful window seats maximises the beautiful views over the garden to the water.
A large sun terrace runs the length of the main part of the house with a glazed and stainless steel balustrade ensuring the views of the Creek, the lime kiln and countryside beyond are totally uninterrupted. There is plenty of room to enjoy sitting in the sun or a spot of al fresco dining. The slate roofed gazebo is half enclosed with its open walls permitting open views down to the water.
The Lodge was converted in 2016 to provide self-contained studio accommodation with its own private creekside garden and parking for two cars. It has been holiday let since 2017, as has the house, and figures are available on request.
This is a rare opportunity to acquire a charming property in this highly desirable hamlet on the edge of Salcombe.
Mains water, drainage and electricity. Oil fired central heating.
South Hams District Council, Follaton House, Totnes, Devon TQ9 5NE. Tel: 01803 861234. Council Tax Band G.
Strictly by appointment with Harriet George Properties Limited.
Proceed towards Salcombe from Kingsbridge and just over a mile after passing through the village of Malborough look for a turning to the left signposted Batson. Proceed straight down the hill until reaching the head of Batson Creek. Waterside will be in front of you.