Seaton is located between the ancient harbour of Axmouth and the white cliffs of Beer. Its mile long beach, which is part of the Jurassic Coast, opens onto the waters of Lyme Bay. The town itself has many small shops, a local hospital, doctors' surgeries, primary school, banks and building societies. Seaton is a popular resort for holiday makers, and boasts a wealth of activities including golf, tennis, bowls and sailing. There are good secondary schools nearby along with the renowned Colyton Grammar School, which is just 3 miles inland. The County town of Exeter, with its regional airport, is some twenty miles to the west, and the mainline rail link to London (Waterloo) is at Axminster, approximately seven miles distant.
An attractive and popular East Devon seaside resort with a good size resident population which is increasing rapidly with many new developments planned and currently under construction.
The town attracts many tourists and day visitors throughout the year. It is located on the world famous Jurrassic Coast, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. A new Jurrassic Coast visitor centre has opened which will further boost visitor numbers.
There is the unique Electric Tram Railway which operates from its Terminus nearby traveling through the Axe valley bird sanctuary and wetlands to the historic inland town of Colyton.
The famous Beer Caves and Pecorama railway and visitor centre are closeby in the fishing village of Beer.
From our offices in Seaton turn right into Harbour Road and turn right on the roundabout to proceed up Castle Hill. Bear left into the Beer Road and continue straight on this road. Turn left into Old Beer Road, Seaforth Lodge will be found on the left hand side.
We understand that Seaforth Lodge was built for Lady Ashburton in around 1864 and was named after her family home and birthplace in Scotland. It is believed that Lady Ashburton was a great art lover and the property was visited by a number of influential people from the Victorian era including John Ruskin, Thomas Carlyle, Lord Tennyson and Florence Nightingale. The property was then converted into apartments in the late 1980's.
Number 8 is a 2 Bedroom Maisonette with accommodation over three floors and is situated on Old Beer Road on the sought after western side of the town. The period property now consists of 7 apartments all having the benefit of owning a share of the Freehold.
This property has allocated parking, a garage and lovely communal gardens with sea views and benefits from a recently installed gas central heating boiler.
INTEGRAL GARAGE. There is an allocated parking space which is located outside the property.
From the communal gardens there are lovely sea views. The gardens are mainly laid to lawn with mature shrubs and trees planted. The gardens are South Westerly facing therefore enjoying the sun the majority of the day.
We are advised that the property is Leasehold with a 999 year lease which commenced in 2013. Flat 8 owns 1/8th of the Freehold. £100.00 per month for maintenance/buildings insurance and garden maintenance.
We are advised that all main services are connected.
We are advised the property is in Council Tax Band B. East Devon District Council. Tel: 01395 516551