Fern Cottage, which Doc Martin fans will know from the ITV hit series, is on the market. The crew is currently working on the final series of the ITV program, which has been running for 18 years
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Doc Martin’s beautiful little Cornish home that resembles Martin Clunes’ surgery is on the market for £1.25m.
Super fans can live in the Grade II-rated double-façade fisherman-style cottage featured in the hit ITV series.
Fern Cottage is nestled on Roscarrock Hill above the Port Isaac waterfront and has been used to film the show for 18 years.
But now that the show’s producers are working on the final series, the owner of the modest two-story bed is up for sale.
The owners are currently using the building as a holiday permit and charge £355 a night.
The stone house is a popular sight to locals and tourists, who pass by it on Port Isaac’s famous Doc Martin walking tour.
Nearby, there are many shops, cafes and restaurants – including two Nathan Outlaw eateries.
The pretty village boasts traditional cottages that hug the harbour, as well as more modern homes.
This is a bit of love for the shoppers here, said Jo Ashby, a resident here, but the difficult accessibility, quirky parking arrangements, low ceilings and narrow doors are all the attractions of this wonderful village and its dynamic community,” said Jo Ashby, a director at John Bray, who is selling the property.
“The long-term appeal means we have seen the breakout values that have been achieved over the past year.” The median property price is £662,980, up 30% since 2019, according to property portal Rightmove.
Downstairs of the lovely home, there is a small living room with a traditional stone fireplace.
The room is surrounded by beamed ceilings and slate floors.
In the dining room there is a wood-burning stove fitted with a modern showcase kitchen.
Upstairs has two double bedrooms and one bathroom and it has space for two cars to park.
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Port Isaac has become a popular filming location and has hosted film crews for Poldark, Fisherman’s Friends, Saving Grace, The Shell Seekers and Amy Foster.
The village is located in an area of outstanding beauty with the Southwest Coast Road running through.
Martin Brook, known locally as “the real Doc Martin” because he was the inspiration for the character, is also selling his home, Iona, in the Rock, just along the north Cornwall coast.
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“I really don’t think of myself as Doc Martin – the character has changed quite radically from concept to ending.
Brook, a retired pediatrician who moved to the area from London 30 years ago, said: “Many people know there’s a connection and it’s become a myth that we’re interchangeable. .
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https://www.mirror.co.uk/tv/tv-news/doc-martins-cornish-cottage-market-26669615 Doc Martin's Cornish Cottage is on the market for £1.25m when the series ends