Not sure it’s presented at its best, but The Dutch Glen house in Seaton, Devon is an interesting build.
Said to have been constructed in the late 1960s (although we would have though a little earlier in the decade), it sits overlooking Seaton Hole Beach, which you’ll find just over the road. The house is being offered for sale for the first time in over 30 years, offering the opportunity of a bit of updating, should you fall for its quirkiness.
The layout is described as flexible, with an entrance via a semi-glazed door leading to a dual-aspect dining room, a galley kitchen and breakfast room. Also on the main floor is a bedroom with ‘open aspect’ to the rear and access to a terrace, along wit an inner hall, which takes you to three more bedrooms, a bathroom and a cloakroom.
The first floor (aka the mezzanine level) features the multi-aspect living room, which in turn offers far-reaching sea and coastal views towards Axmouth and the open sea beyond, along with vaulted pine panelled ceiling with inset lighting and a wood burner.
Head outside and you’ll find ‘substantial’ twin wrought iron gates leading to a large gravelled turning and parking area. Gardens are also to the front, with secluded sitting-out areas with pedestrian access to the rear, along with a small terrace and natural stone perimeter walling.
Fancy it? £425,000 is the asking price.