Property of the Week: Colebrooke House, Beer
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Colebrooke House, Fore Street, Beer
Guide Price: £700,000
Agent's Tel: 01404 42456
This substantial period residence sits in a prime central location in the pretty and unspoilt fishing village of Beer. Built in the late 1800s, Colebrooke House has been extended and renovated over the course of time, resulting in greater floor space and more versatile accommodation.
The current owners have been using the property as a guest house for the past 16 years and have established a rewarding business with high levels of repeat bookings.
Inside, the large house is arranged over three storeys and comprises of six bedrooms, all with en-suite bath or shower rooms, a communal dining room and there's additional accommodation where the current owners live that has a kitchen, sitting room and two en-suite bedrooms.
The house has plenty of charming features, typical of the late Victorian era, such as feature fireplaces, decorative cornicing and several stained glass windows.
Outside, there are pleasant terraced gardens presenting lawns, a decked terrace and mature shrub borders. Beautiful views over the village to the church, Jubilee Gardens and sea can be seen from the top of the garden.
The size, layout and scale of Colebrooke House make it a very adaptable property that would suit a wide variety of lifestyles and requirements. Its sale offers a rare opportunity to acquire an established guest house in this desirable village.