This Edwardian home sits on the side of a valley overlooking the sea and features its own stained glass windows. 

The Red House, in Dawlish, spans more than 3,000 square feet and has been “beautifully” restored, retaining various period features.

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The lounge, which has a feature fireplace. (Robert Williams)

Particular features of the home include stained glass inner windows, an original staircase, feature fireplaces and original tiling. 

On the ground floor, the reception hall offers access to a drawing room, a sitting room, a formal dining room and a study. 

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The dining room. (Robert Williams)

The kitchen and breakfast room includes an Aga cooker and a kitchen island, as well as a utility room which opens onto a sun terrace with views over the town, hills and open sea. 

This level also includes a large store room which could be used as a home office or an orangery. 

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The view from the balcony. (Robert Williams)

Upstairs, the first floor comprises a family bathroom and four bedrooms, the principal of which has an en-suite bathroom and fitted bedrooms, with another of the bedrooms featuring a balcony. 

On the second floor are two further bedrooms as well as a central lounge area, which could be used for teenagers or guests. 

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The top floor lounge area. (Robert Williams)

Outside, there are landscaped gardens, including a barbecue area and a pergola with a productive grapevine, as well as a double garage. 

The property is being sold by estate agents Robert Williams for a price of £850,000. 

The agent described the property as “a beautiful Edwardian home in an elevated position on the side of a valley, overlooking this pretty regency town and with glorious views towards the sea.”