Sidmouth Road, Lyme Regis

2 beds | Guide price £245,000

  • Grade II Listed
  • Good Sized Accommodation
  • Refurbished Throughout
  • Hall and Cloakroom/WC
  • Living Room
  • Kitchen/Dining Room
  • 2 Double Bedrooms
  • Bathroom
  • Parking and Communal Gardens


This ground floor apartment is part of a gracious Regency House which was built in about 1812 and for many years was the home of Lord Lister who was president of the Royal Society. Subsequently it became a hotel and then in the early 1990's was converted into 5 spacious apartments.

No. 2 has recently undergone complete refurbishment and now benefits from good quality contemporary features and amenities, including new kitchen and bathroom suites, carpets, flooring, blinds and Italian wall coverings all whilst still retaining its elegant character feel.

Although holiday letting is not permitted, the flat can be made available fully furnished and would make an excellent holiday get away or a comfortable principal home. Alternatively it has potential as a long term letting investment.

Highcliff House is situated in an elevated position on the western side of the town about 1/2 mile from the centre and seafront. There are good sized communal gardens surrounding the property from which there are superb views towards the sea.

Close by in Ware Lane is access to the delightful coastal path which leads via the Undercliff to Seaton and also down through National Trust farmland to the historic Cobb Harbour.

Lyme Regis is a picturesque coastal town noted for its many character buildings, centuries old Cobb Harbour and unspoilt surrounding countryside. The town centre provides good shopping facilities for day to day needs and the larger centres of Taunton and Exeter are both about 28 miles away. There is a main line railway station at Axminster (6 miles inland). In Lyme Regis there is also a sailing club, bowls, golf course, theatre and numerous local societies.

The town is situated on the beautiful and unspoilt Devon and Dorset 'Jurassic Coast' awarded World Heritage Site status by UNESCO in December 2001.

The Accommodation Comprises

Substantial front door to entrance vestibule with further door to communal entrance hall, off which is the panelled door to


Entry phone, night storage heater, double airing cupboard with hot water cylinder and fitted shelving, walk-in store cupboard.

With WC and hand basin, extractor, wall hung mirror with strip light above.

Living Room
15'10 x 14'2 (4.83m x 4.32m) narrowing to 10'8/3.25m
Sash window with period panelling surround, coved ceiling and ceiling rose, night store heater.

3 Steps up from hallway to upper Landing with night store heater, roof light, doors off to

Kitchen/Dining Room
15'8 x 10'4 ( 4.78m x 3.15m)
With a good range of wall and base units, premium laminate worktops and to include fitted fridge/freezer, cooker, washing machine and condensing tumble dryer. Porcelain 1.5 bowl sink unit (electric water heater providing almost instant hot water), sash window with integrated extractor, cooker hood, night store heater.

Bedroom 1
14'4 plus door recess x 9'4 (4.39m x 2.84m)
Double bedroom with electric panel radiator and dual aspect part obscure glazed sash windows.

Bedroom 2
10'11 x 10'6 (3.33m x 3.20m)
Glazed french door to outside, dual aspect.

Spacious Bathroom
Recently fitted suite comprising panelled bath with 'Mira' shower unit and screen, bidet, hand basin and WC, part tiled walls, illuminated mirror, electric towel rail.

Tarmacadam parking area. Extensive lawned communal gardens on the seaward side with excellent sea views.

The flat is held on a 999 year lease. The current maintenance charge is £2,000 p.a (2018) which includes maintenance of the building and communal areas and buildings insurance.

NOTE: The freehold is held by Highcliff House Management Company and each flat owner is an equal shareholder in the company.

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