Five jaw-dropping coastal homes on the market
From seaside stunners fit for a queen, to A-lister-worthy waterfront homes - these incredible coastal properties are on our 'dream homes' Pinterest board right now.
The manor house, Catherston Leweston, Dorset. £775,000
Bridgerton got you dreaming of being the lady of the manor? Here’s how you can do it – and with a much friendly price tag than you would think… Inside this handsome Grade-II listed manor house are serval apartments including a four-bed spread across as many floors, with stunning sea views of the Jurassic Coastline from the front-facing bedroom and reception room.
The private cove, Golant Fowey, Cornwall. £2.25m
Only accessible by boat or on foot, this incredible, secluded waterfront property on the Fowey Estuary not only impresses with its private creek (hello skinny dipping!), seven bedrooms, five bathrooms, two reception rooms and annexe, but it houses a world-famous recording studio within its walls. Yes, really! Most notably, Sawmills Studios has seen The Stone Roses, The Verve, Muse, Oasis, Supergrass and more record inside – now how’s that for dinner party chatter?
The room with a view, Cockwood, Devon. £950,000
This immaculately presented pad boasts stunning views across the Exe Estuary and out to sea, four beds, three bathrooms, four reception rooms and a detached annexe and split-level garden, also with views – why are they selling again?
Located in the popular harbourside village of Cockwood, just nine miles from Exeter, you’re spoilt for choice with lovely coastal walks and sailing opportunities. New house AND new boat, perhaps?
The party palace, Havant, Hampshire. £2.75m
Seven bedrooms, three reception rooms, an outdoor pool, and extensive wine cellars – this impressive 17th century country house with bags of character is the perfect party palace set in almost four acres of unspoilt surrounds – and only a 11 minute walk from the pretty harbour-side town of Emsworth.
And we mean palace literally – the property sits on castle ruins (originally built for Margaret Pole, Countess of Salisbury) with remains of the moat, drawbridge and castle apartments within the grounds.
The cliffhanger, Kingsdown, Kent. £3.25m
Talk about living the high life! A former WW2 gun emplacement, this clifftop stunner has unrivalled 180 degree views of the Channel, with the iconic White Cliffs to the west and France to the south.
Inside we’re talking a glass lift to access the house, four bedrooms, five bathrooms and three reception rooms, all with an airy open-plan feel. Oh and did we mention the cinema room and two – yes two – wine cellars? Have it spare and it’ll set you back a cool £3.25m – and if not, it’s just nice to ogle and dream, right?!