As an island nation, we do love to be beside the seaside and the return of Homes by the Sea this week brought us another series jammed packed of perfect properties, with that sought after sea view.
To mark its return, we’ve put together some of the best seaside properties, that we currently have on the market.
This smart two bed flat is on the market for £335,000 in the sought after seaside area of Carbis Bay in St Ives. The property is just a two minute walk from a direct rail link to St Ives train station and would make a great holiday let investment. The panoramic sea views take in Cornish coastline from the Godrevy Lighthouse all the way round to St Ives harbour.
As far as sea views go, these are hard to beat. This large detached property in Cemaes Bay is said to be built on the site of Prince Llewelyns castle and has been fully restored.
It is part of a small group of houses built on elevated land overlooking the beach, harbour and Cemaes Bay. With the port of Holyhead just half an hour away, the area is a vibrant holiday destination and as an area of outstanding beauty, attracts visitors from all over. The property is on the market for £439,000.
This four bed maisonette in a C listed building in Kirkcaldy, is on the market for just £108,995. It still maintains a number of its original features and just a short walk from the high street, also offers great transport links. Located right on the seafront you can even see Edinburgh on a clear day.
This four bed property in Swansea is on the market for just under £600,000. Originally the site of a cottage dating back to the 1820s, it comes equipped with parking for several cars as well as a garage, underfloor heating and is just a short walk to the bustling seaside village of Mumbles. The garden is an impressive 41 metres x 16 metres and offers its very own private sea views.
This 1920’s character property in Ilfracombe in Devon has recently undergone an extensive refurbishment. It comes fully fitted out with modern bathroom suites throughout, gas central heating and log burners, modern kitchen, double glazing, double garage and even its own palm trees.
It lies just a 10 minute walk from the harbour and high street, but if you would rather stay at home, the garden offers panoramic views of the coast and surrounding country side, all for less than £500,000.