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Doc Martin’s home and surgery in the South West can be bought for £1.25million Bath City News

The famous Doc Martin house, which has become something of a historic attraction in Cornwall, has gone up for sale, for a staggering £1.25million. With stunning views of Port Isaac Harbor and a prime location in the small fishing village, it’s easy to see why it’s so expensive.

The chalet has been on screen for around 18 years, and when not in use for filming, it is used as a vacation rental. However, don’t let price and location distract you from the fact that £1.25million only gets you a two-bedroom property in this case, reports Cornwall Live.

The advert reads: “One of Port Isaac’s most iconic cottages, commanding an elevated position overlooking the historic village and harbor of Port Isaac. Better known as Doc Martin’s Surgery, Fern Cottage is a beautifully presented Grade II listed fisherman’s cottage comprising of comfortable interiors, two double bedrooms and a family bathroom Benefiting from off road parking, terraced rear garden and stunning sea views from all rooms main parts.

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“A stylish open-plan kitchen, separate dining room with wood burning stove and comfortable lounge all overlooking the harbor and the Atlantic Ocean. Two double bedrooms and a large family bathroom. Currently a very successful holiday rental, Offered for sale with all advance bookings Stunning sea and harbor views from all main rooms, slate terrace to the front and tiered garden to the rear Two parking spaces to the rear. ‘front. Better known as Doc Martin’s surgery in the ITV television comedy-drama. Total approximately 717 sq. ft. (66.7 sq. m)”

Martin Clunes as grumpy Doc Martin Ellingham in the ITV series (Image: Buffalo Pictures)

The show recently halted filming for its 10th and final season, with Martin Clunes back in the seaside village and “Fern Cottage.” Speaking on his return, the Manhunt and Men Behaving Badly star, who lives in the South West, said: “I’ve loved going to Cornwall to do Doc Martin for the past 18 years, and I’ve looking forward to returning to this beautiful county this year for the tenth and final series.”

“The people of Cornwall, and Port Isaac in particular, have always been very helpful to us when we’re making the show. We have some great storylines for the new show and for the Christmas special, which I hope Doc fans Martin will appreciate.” love. I will miss Cornwall and all the lovely people we worked with. But it’s a good time to say goodbye to Doc and Portwenn.

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This notice was published: 2022-04-12 06:41:41

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