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The BBC are currently showing a documentary “Coastal Path” focusing on the South West Coastal Path which is one of England’s longest national trails as well as being one of the most popular for walkers.  The path runs for over 600 miles, starting in Minehead on the north Somerset coast and ends in Poole on the south Dorset coast.  The first episode took in the coastal scenery of north Somerset, Exmoor and North Devon.  The South Devon section of the coastal path forms the seaward boundary of Eric Lloyd & Co’s “patch” extending from the river Dart at Kingswear passing the summer home of the D’Oyly Carte family at Coleton Fishacre, winding its way around spectacular Berry Head with its light house and Napoleonic fort, meandering past the golden sands at Broadsands and Goodrington before heading on to Torquay.  The vast majority of properties listed with Eric Lloyd & Co are no further than a mile from the coastal path making this corner of South Devon a great location for walkers, whether it is a stroll along a seafront or a more arduous walk along the cliff tops.  Located on the route of the coastal path is an outstanding five bedroom cottage home in King Street, Brixham on the market with Eric Lloyd & Co at £300,000.  The cottage is within a stone’s throw of the harbour and has a completely unexpected garden on the terrace behind.  “Trinity Lodge” offers a great blend of character with a modern twist.  To view call 01803 852773.                 

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