Properties of the week: seaside homes

Featuring hot tubs, mooring and prominent coastal locations

1. Tighnamara, Dunbeg, Oban

Tighnamara, Dunbeg, Oban

Argyll and Bute: OIEO £650,000

A substantial family home, set within glorious mature gardens, in a prominent coastal location benefiting from open views across Loch Etive to Dunstaffnage Castle and the marina. Attached to the main house is a self-catering 2-bed cottage. Main house: main bed with dressing room, 4 further beds, family bath, 2 shower rooms, kitchen, 3 receps, conservatory, garage, gardens, private driveway.

OIEO £650,000; Bell Ingram

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2. The Ice House, Crinan, Kilmartin, Lochgilphead

The Ice House, Crinan, Kilmartin, Lochgilphead

Argyll and Bute: £250,000

A unique opportunity to acquire a waterfront plot, extending to just over one acre, together with a Victorian ice house. The historic property, comprised of two rooms and a light loft, has scope for development, and the extensive grounds and gardens include terraces, a hot tub and mooring.

£250,000; Bell Ingram

3. Gotten Manor, Chale

Gotten Manor

Isle of Wight: £2m

An established smallholding mentioned in the Domesday Book of 1086, the Grade II Gotten Manor is an delightful property that has been an inhabited farm for at least the last 1,000 years. Set on high ground, the house has views off the south coast of the island. Main suite, 4 further beds, family bath, kitchen, break­fast room, 3 receps, 3-bed outbuilding, 2-bed cart house, 2-bed milk house, 4.5 acres.

£2m; Inigo

4. Mariners, Polperro, Looe

Mariners, Polperro, Looe

Cornwall: OIEO £450,000

A Grade II seaside cottage, believed to be 18th century in origin, situated on the harbour wall in a delightful and famous Cornish fishing village. As the property is set high above the waterline, there are splendid views from all windows, some onto the harbour and also further out to sea. Main suite, 1 further suite, kitchen, recep, garage (available by separate negotiation).

OIEO £450,000; Jackson-Stops

5. Rosebank, Dartmouth

Rosebank, Dartmouth

Devon: OIEO £3m

A lovely waterside home on the banks of the River Dart, overlooking the mouth of the river. 3 beds, family bath, shower room, sunroom, boathouse, open-plan living room.

OIEO £3m; Marchand Petit

6. The Old Sawmills, Golant, Fowey

The Old Sawmills, Golant, Fowey

Cornwall: £2.25m

A unique waterside property with an annexe and a world-famous recording studio used by artists from Muse to Oasis. Set in a secluded position surrounded by approx. 32 acres of private woodland, the property is on the market for the first time in 48 years. 3 suites, 4 further beds, family bath, open-plan kitchen, conservatory, raised terrace, 2-bed lodge, 2 private pontoons, private creek and medieval quay, gardens, outbuildings.

£2.25m; Strutt & Parker

7. Whitehouse, Cargreen, Saltash

Whitehouse, Cargreen, Saltash

Cornwall: £795,000

A southeast-facing chalet bungalow on the waterfront, only a few hundred yards above the banks of the Tamar Estuary, with a horticultural business included. Main suite, 1 further suite, 3 further beds, family bath, kitchen/recep, cellar, garage, mature gardens extending to about 2.57 acres in total.

£795,000; Knight Frank

8. Upper Market Street, Hove

Upper Market Street, Hove

East Sussex: £950,000

A smart Victorian terrace house in one of the area’s most sought-after positions, close to the beach. There is an impressive west-facing terrace area, accessed from the second floor, which provides afternoon sunshine late into the day with rooftop city views. Main suite, 3 further beds, family bath, kitchen, recep, study, garden/patio, terrace.

£950,000; Winkworth

9. Sleepy Thatch, East Prawle

Sleepy Thatch, East Prawle

Devon: £295,000

A Grade II thatched cottage with period features throughout and scope for some renovation, which is located within walking distance of the coastal area. 2 beds, shower room, kitchen, recep, garden.

£295,000; Luscombe Maye

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