The Pottery

The Pottery




Dining Room




O riginally built as a paper mill in 1819, The Pottery was also been a brewery, an armoury and a billet for WWII commandos, before housing a pottery from 1948 to 2002. The apartment opens directly onto the creek road, a short walk to the waterside. The secure garage is large enough to house one or more dinghies, small RIBs, tenders, wind surfers etc, which can be easily launched in the creek.

The pottery is one of Dartmouth's most recognisable buildings.
Restoration of the old building has been sympathetic.
Contemporary style renovation, but preserving many original features.
The garage is located next to the entrance.
At 30 feet long, the garage is large enough to store a range of boats
Warfleet Creek, 40 metres from the apartment, offering launching for boats.
Warfleet Creek slipway is paved to high water line, ideal for dinghies, tenders or small fishing/diving boats.
Warfleet Creek from the River Dart, with beach and pottery.
The apartment is ideally situated to explore Dartmouth and beyond, leave the car in the car park and either walk, go by boat or catch a bus. So many things to do! – - Mr Harley, Staffs, Sept 14

Use Google Streetview to ‘walk’ to the waters edge:

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