Avglen fell is a serviced building plot on the location of a former dwelling. Extending to approximately 0.2 acre, the site has detailed planning permission (0776/16/ful) to construct a detached traditional house arranged over 3 floors and approximately 2265 sq. Ft. A dual pitched roof is to be clad in natural slate, with self-coloured render, timber windows, weatherboarding and an oak front door, ensuring that the house will blend into the traditional conservation village. The windows to the rear of the property are larger than the front, maximising the views of the sea towards Ayrmer cove and overlooking the private rear garden, benefitting from afternoon and evening sun. There is off-road parking for two cars with a turning space and a separate pedestrian access located opposite the front door.
Avglen Fell is located on the edge of the historic
village of Ringmore, a peaceful village quietly located near the famous Ayrmer Cove in South
Devon. From the village one can see Bigbury Bay and the nearby Ayrmer Cove, with its secluded beach and stunning cliffs. Within the village there are two 13th Century buildings, the church of All Hallows and The famous Journeys End Inn, previously known as The New Inn. Most of the village is thatched and dates from the 17th Century. The surrounding land is owned by The National Trust and as such is unspoilt and a walker’s paradise, with three different paths leading from the village to Ayrmer Cove.
The famous walk to the picturesque Ayrmer Cove starts from the National trust car park nearby to Avglen Fell. Towards the bottom of the valley, below Ringmore, there is a small sandy bay which once served as Ringmores ‘port’. From here boats departed to fish for pilchards and to rescue seafarers wrecked on the rocks at nearby Burgh Island, now the site of the famous Art Deco Hotel made famous by Agatha Christie. The Journeys End Inn serves excellent food and has a beautiful beer garden and it is no doubt the heart of the village, local amenities can be found at Holywell Stores in nearby St Ann’s chapel.
The nearby town of Kingsbridge offers excellent amenities including two supermarkets, a doctor’s surgery, dentist, community hospital, cinema and excellent primary and Secondary Schooling, notably in Kingsbridge community college (kcc) which is Ofsted rated ‘outstanding’. The yachting haven of Salcombe is located just along the coast, and the famous Bigbury Bay and Bantham beach provide outstanding water sport facilities.
There is off-road parking for two cars with a turning space and a separate pedestrian access
located opposite the front door. The mature garden benefits from plenty of sunshine and indeed there are a number of mature ash trees and apple trees in the garden, the private rear garden will require landscaping once the house has been built.