Peek House

Wing of the Mansion House

Guide Price: £1 million SOLD
Bedrooms: 7

Property Description

Peek House is the generous west wing of the Mansion House on Rousdon Estate.

Situated on the beautiful ‘World Heritage’ coastline between Lyme Regis and Axmouth, it enjoys access to a 350 acre estate with stunning cliff walks and its own private beach. With around 8,000 square feet of floor space arranged over 4 levels, it can currently accommodate 14 people generously.

There are seven large bedrooms, five of which have en-suite bathrooms, and a wealth of reception rooms for relaxing and entertaining. A large wood-burning stove is the centrepiece of the huge sitting room, providing a warm and comfortable environment for all kinds of gatherings and celebrations.

The spacious eating kitchen is excellently appointed and sits adjacent to an impressive dining room which can seat up to 18 people. The basement is designed with entertainment in mind – there is a treatment suite for massage and aromatherapy; two games’ rooms with a variety of pool, air hockey, table football and indoor games; as well as a DVD surround sound cinema room and laundry. Outside, there is a private garden with BBQ, terraced area and comfortable seating.

Property Features

  • 8,000 sq ft wing of the mansion house
  • 7 bedrooms
  • Sleeps 14
  • Games rooms, treatment suite and cinema
  • 350 acre estate
  • Private beach
  • Large fully equipped kitchen


Devon and Dorset coast. Your own private beach. 350 acres of private estate. The South Coast path. The Cobb at Lyme Regis. Grade ll* listed building. Borders National Trust land. Magnificent coastal views. Jurassic coast. The villages of Branscombe and Beer. The Cathedral City of Exeter. World famous donkey sanctuary. Chesil Beach a hop, skip and a jump away. Family friendly. Golf, tennis and sea fishing. TV’s River Cottage HQ on the doorstep. Formerly Allhallows School. Spa treatment and cinema room, pool table and games room...

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