Dawlish is an attractive seaside resort which together with Dawlish Warren occupies over four miles of South Devon coast between the mouth of the River Exe and the town of Teignmouth. There is an indigenous population of approximately 12,000 which increases substantially during the summer months when many tourists visit the area. Dawlish is located at the outlet of a small river, Dawlish Water (also called The Brook), between Permian red sandstone cliffs and is fronted by a sandy beach with the South Devon Railway sea wall and the Riviera Line railway above. Behind this is a central public park, The Lawn, through which Dawlish Water flows.
A substantial three storey freehold property, which has wide reaching sea views from the first and second floors. The property is well positioned just a stones throw from the Dawlish seafront, town and railway station. The immediate area has had significant investment in sea wall defences in recent years, which creates an attractive promenade parallel to the railway track, running alongside the beach. The Marine Tavern is a well known and very popular pub, which trades all year and is particularly busy during the summer months when it becomes one of the most popular hospitality venues for holiday makers in the immediate area.