‘Iconic’ Grand Designs home dubbed ‘saddest ever’ hits market for £10m despite sombre past

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The estate agent described it as “one of the most impressive waterfront homes on the North Devon coast”.

A Knight Frank spokesperson added: “Chesil Cliff House is positioned on a three-acre site between surfers’ paradise Saunton Sands backed by the impressive UNESCO Biosphere Reserve of Braunton Burrows, and the idyllic cove of Croyde, beyond which sits National Trust-owned Baggy Point.

“Not only does the property boast high design and build quality, it also has a south-facing position and an ease of access to the water with a private beach and foreshore.”

Christopher Bailey, Head of National Waterfront, Knight Frank, said: “Chesil Cliff House will be the most significant coastal property to come to the open market in the West Country for many years.



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