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Welcome to Salcombe View, Salcombe
Please note that we have sold all our properties at this development and the Sales Office is now permanently closed.
For any enquiries relating to the development, please call our development Baltic Wharf on 01803 863363 or email SalcombeView@bloorhomes.com, and your enquiry will be dealt with.
Otherwise, please contact our Regional Head Office on 01793 835600 or email@example.com.
Set in a delightful, elevated position overlooking the glorious hills and valleys, where sea and country meet in perfect union, this is a rare opportunity to buy in a select development of exclusive 3 and 4 bedroom homes located in Salcombe, a picture-perfect seaside town.
With very limited opportunities to build new homes in this beautiful and highly protected area, this really is a once in a lifetime opportunity to secure your new home in South Devon. Of the 14 luxury homes comprising this development, only three remain, all built to the highest specification. All homes have at least one parking space plus a garage and for some the added luxury comes courtesy of the the private balcony and access to a wonderful first floor terrace, perfectly situated to take in the breathtaking view of the South Ham Hills and estuary.
With its stone and pastel cottages and pretty country lanes that spill down towards the turquoise waters’ edge, the pretty South Devon town of Salcombe has long been a favourite among discerning home-owners, sailors and holidaymakers.
Surrounded by the rolling South Hams hills and with pretty sheltered coves dotted around its crescent shaped estuary, Salcombe and the surrounding area lie within an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. In fact the whole area is a Marine Site of Special Scientific Interest and a Marine Local Nature Reserve.
The pretty High Street, once home to the town’s 18th century shipyards, manages to maintain Salcombe’s traditional village feel and whichever way you turn, you’ll find quaint and quirky shops, chic boutiques and stylish restaurants and coffee shops.
The crystal-clear water of the Salcombe-Kingsbridge estuary is, naturally the town’s main attraction and in the summer months, against a back-drop of brilliant white sails, you’ll find yachts racing, ferries crossing, crab boats fishing and water-skiers and windsurfers taking advantage of the wonderfully mild climate. Underwater too, there’s plenty of activity as the estuary is home to a rare seahorse population, together with dolphins and seals.
Pretty cycle ways to the local primary school and woodland pathways to Salcombe help make the town centre extremely accessible.