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Overbecks 5 Sharpitor Salcombe Devon England Uk
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The house and gardens were owned by Otto Overbeck an eccentric inventor of the "Rejuventaor" an electric shock appliance. The gardens feature a wide array of exotic plants and trees, the many gardens and paths provide excellent views out across the estuary to Salcombe.
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