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5 bed coastal residence
Baggy Point, Croyde
    Properties in this location do not come to the market often, indeed this has been in the same ownership since 2005.

    Set on Baggy Point and surrounded by National Trust Ground in an AONB (Area Of Outstanding Natural Beauty), The White House occupies an enviable position enjoying some of the best sea views within this very popular surfing village and some amazing sunset skies. The South West coastpath is just a few paces from the front door and offers access to some of the most spectacular coastal views on this beautiful North Devon coastline.

    The internal accommodation is arranged with open plan kitchen leading to breakfast room and formal dining room. There is a separate sitting room, study and cloakroom to the ground floor. 5 bedrooms (master en-suite) complete the accommodation to the first floor with the two main bedrooms overlooking the sea, Baggy Point, Croyde beach and out to Lundy Island. There is also a family bathroom and separate toilet on this floor.

    The property is approached over a tarmac driveway with ample parking and a double garage.

    There is a small lawned foregarden with the main gardens being to the side and rear of the property giving elevated views over the sea and out to Lundy Island. These gardens back onto the beautiful National Trust ground that extends out to Baggy Point.

    The White House has operated as a highly successful holiday rental (sleeping 10) for many years achieving an extremely good income. The property currently commands a peak rate of £5360 for this 2022 season.

    A knock down and rebuild is an obvious possibility for The White House if desired, subject to the necessary planning permissions.

    Plans have been drawn for further accommodation at the property, although planning permission has not yet been sought. These can be made available if required.

    NOTE: A wide-angled lens has been used in some photographs to show full extent of the rooms.

    The dramatic headland of Baggy Point, Croyde is a National Trust designated site of special scientific interest (SSSI) offering fabulous walks and opportunities to climb and coasteer. Croyde is an extremely popular village on the west-facing coastline of North Devon and has become internationally renowned for its spectacular scenery and superb surfing beach, which has hosted numerous top ranking surfing competitions.

    The village is one of the West Country’s most popular areas with both families and surfers in which to live or holiday, with a mix of picture postcard cottages nestling next to contemporary homes, as well as a good range of local shopping facilities and amenities.

    The equally famous beaches of Putsborough, Saunton & Woolacombe being only a short distance away.

    The nearby larger village of Braunton provides a wide range of local amenities to include post office, health centre, three primary schools, senior school, pubs, restaurants, library and a range of shops.

    North Devon’s regional centre of Barnstaple is about 10 miles and houses the area’s main business commercial, entertainment and shopping venues. With a fabulous mix of Victorian & Georgian architecture along with an extensive range of both business & leisure facilities, banks & post office.

    The North Devon link road can be accessed at Barnstaple and provides the link to the M5 at Tiverton, junction 27. Tiverton Parkway railway station has regular mainline services to London Paddington in just over 2 hours.

    Croyde Beach 0.4 miles on foot
    Putsborough Beach 2 miles on foot
    Saunton Beach 3 miles by car
    Woolacombe Beach 5.4 miles by car
    Braunton centre 5.7 miles by car
    Barnstaple Centre10.2 miles by car

    From the centre of the village of Braunton, turn left onto the B3231 signed to Croyde. Continue for 4.7 miles, passing Saunton and round the headland into Croyde. Follow the road through Croyde village, after passing the pubs/shops, turn left onto Jone's Hill. Take the next left onto Moor Lane and continue along this road passing the entrance to the beach, Sandleigh Tea Rooms and the National Trust car park. Proceed through the gate (which says access only). Keep left where the road forks and The White House will be found as the second property on the right hand side.

    Council Tax Band: Deleted (North Devon District Council)
    Tenure: Freehold
    Reference: RS0198
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    Front line, 5 bedroom coastal detached residence with fantastic uninterrupted sea views. A rare opportunity in this sought after surfing village.

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