The wish list

Properties of the week: houses with remarkable views

Featuring a terrace overlooking an estuary and an Elizabethan manor on the edge of Dartmoor

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Devon: £900,000

Devon

Tuckers, Victoria Quay, Salcombe

One of only a handful of early 19th century fisherman’s cottages located along the sea wall in the popular resort town of Salcombe, this property has wonderful views from the front bedroom over the lifeboat station and across the estuary. Main bed with en-suite shower, guest suite with shower, open plan kitchen/dining/sitting room with sliding doors onto the terrace overlooking the water, southfacing courtyard garden.

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Somerset: £895,000

Somerset

Highwoods House, Norton-sub-Hamdon

A substantial property with landscaped gardens of almost an acre, in a lovely spot on the edge of this desirable Somerset village. 4 beds, 2 baths, 2 WCs, kitchen, 2 receps, snooker club/bar, boiler room, pantry, study, hall, double garage, timber summerhouse, covered eating area. 

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Dorset: £345,000

Dorset

Greenhill, Weymouth

A first floor flat with impressive panoramic sea views across Weymouth Bay and Ringstead. Main suite, 1 further bed, family bath, open plan kitchen/ double recep, lift access. Share of freehold.

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County Durham: £1.5m

County Durham

Coves House, Wolsingham

A compact private estate with a diverse income stream and great views across Weardale. The estate comprises a substantial Grade II* farmhouse, a 2-bed cottage, a bunkhouse and campsite, agricultural buildings including a farm office and stabling, woodland and a pheasant shoot. Main house: main suite, 5 further beds, 2 baths, kitchen, hall, 2 receps, boot room, laundry, library, playroom, WCs, cellar, stores, 66.5 acres. 

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Gwynedd: £685,000

Gwynedd

Pen y Coed Hall, Dolgellau

A period property with a 2-bed cottage, an annexe and an apartment, with views over Dolgellau towards Cader Idris. Master suite, 3 further beds, family bath, kitchen/ breakfast room, 3 receps, pantry, summer house, garden.

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Somerset: £5.5m

Somerset

Combe Florey House, Combe Florey, Taunton

A Grade II 18th century manor with open views across undulating countryside. Main suite, 11 further beds, 7 baths, kitchen/breakfast room, 5 receps, study, office, snug, utility, cellars, 3-bed cottage, summer house, swimming pool, pool house, garaging, outbuildings, gardens, pasture, parkland, 34.56 acres.

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Devon: offers in excess of £600,000

Devon

Gable End, Weir Quay, Bere Peninsula

On the market for the first time in 30 years, this house is in a fine waterside position overlooking the River Tamar, on a quiet lane on the edge of the Bere Peninsula. Main suite, 2 further beds, family bath, kitchen/breakfast room, 2 receps, garden room, utility, store, garage, courtyard overlooking the river, terraced gardens, orchard and vegetable plot, garage, off-street parking.

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Devon: offers in excess of £1.6m

Devon

Sortridge Manor, Dartmoor, Horrabridge

A Grade II* Elizabethan manor with superb gardens, on the edge of Dartmoor. Main suite with dressing room, 2 further suites, 3 further beds, family bath, kitchen, recep hall, 4 receps, orangery, home office, second kitchen, larder, craft room, yoga studio, workshop, greenhouse, attic rooms, cellar, partly walled gardens, pond and stream, swimming pool and pavilion, landscaped garden, walled vegetable garden, parkland, orchard, copse, 7.5 acres. 

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London: £630,000

London

Star & Garter Mansions, Putney SW15

This first-floor flat, in a prestigious private development moments from the River Thames and Putney Bridge, is bright and spacious, with three-metre-high ceilings throughout. 2 double beds, family bath, kitchen, large recep. 

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