Landscore Road

Detached House: 6 beds, 1 bath, 2 showers, 3 receptions


Agent Details

Slades Estate Agents

Tel: 01202 548855


Built in the 1890's, Fishwicke House is a substantial Victorian Villa with a south-easterly aspect to take advantage of the stunning views towards Shaldon, the Ness and the sea.




Located in a Conservation Area just north of the town, Fishwicke House is just a short walk from the beach, town centre, library, Waitrose and the main line railway station.  High ceilings, large windows and original features add to the overall appeal and make this a light and welcoming home.

The property also benefits from a modern, efficient heating system and double glazing throughout.

To the rear of the property there is a triple garage with recently constructed pitched roof which has been engineered to provide an easy conversion into a studio/workspace. To the front of the house is a large terrace, edged with balustrades and urns, with delightful sea views, perfect for al fresco dining and entertaining. From the terrace steps lead down to the main garden area with palm trees, mature shrubs and a Canadian maple. The grounds are enclosed by stone walls and wrought iron railings to the front.

Teignmouth is situated on the north bank of the estuary mouth of the River Teign, about 16 miles south of Exeter. The town grew from a fishing port associated with the Newfoundland cod industry to a fashionable resort of some note in Georgian times, with further expansion after the opening of the South Devon Railway in 1846. Today, its port still operates and the town remains a popular seaside holiday location.

Teignmouth has a good range of recreational and shopping facilities and a number of schools, including Trinity School and Teignmouth Community School.

The delightful village of Shaldon, over which the property enjoys a southerly view, lies directly across the estuary and has a thriving community. Shaldon Primary School is highly regarded and the village offers a range of shops together with a number of award winning restaurants and excellent coffee shops. 

The cathedral city and county town of Exeter is approximately 16 miles away and offers a comprehensive range of cultural, educational, recreational and shopping facilities. The recently rebuilt Princesshay area in the centre of Exeter provides a wide range of excellent shops, cafés, restaurants and other facilities.  Exeter also provides the closest motorway link, the M5 and has it's own International Airport.

Fishwicke House is approached from Landscore Road through tall ornate gates which lead onto the cobbled driveway providing parking for several cars and access to the garage.

From the driveway french doors lead into a Victorian tiled porch with access to the Conservatory and the Main House.  There is also access from the Conservatory onto the front terrace.

The front door leads into the Entrance Hall which features a teak wooden floor.  From the Hall doors lead off to an elegant Sitting Room and Dining Room.  Both rooms have marble fireplaces and enjoy beautiful sea views. Opposite the sitting room is a study with a westerly aspect and a gas fire set into the original marble surround. There is also a cloakroom/w.c. off the hall.  Also on the ground floor, to the rear of the house, is a breakfast room with a woodburner and a window onto a rear courtyard.  This room leads into the Kitchen, a double aspect room, which offers a range of units and built-in appliances.  Adjoining the Kitchen is a Utility Room with an additional sink and space for washing machine and tumble dryer plus a separate cloakroom/w.c.  

From the Hallway stairs lead, via a Half Landing, to the First Floor.  A large master bedroom with en-suite and another large bedroom are located at the front of the house, both of these rooms have original marble fire surrounds and enjoy far reaching sea views.  Two further double bedrooms and a family bathroom with a separate shower are on this floor.  There is also access to the large loft area from the main landing.  At the rear of the house, off the half landing, is an en-suite bedroom with access out onto a decked terrace with access and views over the secure, rear walled garden.

LIVING ROOM:  5.55m  (18' 2" ) into bay x 4.29m  (14' )
DINING ROOM:  4.71m x 4.20m  ( 15' 5" x 13' 9" )
STUDY/BEDROOM 6:  3.49m x 3.28m  (11' 5" x 10' 9" )
BREAKFAST ROOM:  3.99m x 3.39m  (13' 1" x 11' 1" )
KITCHEN:  3.88m x 2.96m  (12' 8" x 9' 8" )
UTILITY:  2.90m x 1.98m  (9' 6" x 6' 5" )

BEDROOM 1:  4.69m x 4.18m  (15' 4" x 13' 8" )
BEDROOM 2:  4.94m (16' 2") into by x 4.29m  (14' )
BEDROOM 3:  3.49m x 3.25m  (11' 5" x 10' 7" )
BEDROOM 4:  4m x 3.86m  (13' 1" x 12' 7" )
BEDROOM 5:  3.34m (10' 11") plus alcoves x 3.27m  (10' 8" )

GARAGES:  SINGLE:  5.8m x 2.75m  (19' x 9' )  DOUBLE:  5.8m x 5.47m  (19' x 17' 11" )
POTENTIAL ROOM OVER GARAGE:  5.33m x 3m  ( 17' 5" x 9' 10" )


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