This dreamy manor house has sea views and is surrounded by 48 acres of woodland
Lee Manor is a substantial country house on the North Devon coast dates back to the 19th century. The property sits in a fantastic location overlooking Lee Bay, a quiet rocky inlet bay on the North Devon Coast, just over three miles from Wollacombe.
The house has been beautifully maintained by the current owners, and still offers a number of attractive period features including mullioned windows, gothic style panelling, stained glass windows and exposed Chestnut beams.
Accommodation comprises reception rooms on the ground floor including the pretty drawing room, a formal dining room and the cosy study. The kitchen adjoins the breakfast room towards the rear of the house. The breakfast room also provides access to storage and pantry areas, as well as the well-kept cellar and the terrace.
Upstairs, the master suite is a generous size and benefits from great views of the gardens; a further six bedrooms are located on the first floor, plus the family bathroom.
Outside, the formal gardens are wrapped around the house and are supplemented by lawns and shrubbed areas. In front of the house there is a terraced area known as ‘The Crow’s Nest’ which provides incredible sea views and spectacular sunsets.
The house is extremely private, with 48 acres of land and woodland, which is classified as ancient woodland, and makes the house feel extremely private.
The guide price is £2.25m. For further information contact Stags on 01271 322833 or visit countrylife.onthemarket.com.