FRESH safety warnings have been issued after an extensive landslip at Oddicombe Beach.
A large chunk of rock and rubble fell from the cliff on Tuesday evening.
Coastguards, police and council surveyors were called and a large area cordoned off.
It was the second substantial landslide there in four days.
The scale of coastal erosion has been captured by several readers in picture form.
They show the red cliffs continuing to collapse into the sea with the property Ridgemont House at the top and at the mercy of the elements.
Video by Colleen Smith
Neighbours who live near the house say the cliff collapsed shortly before 9pm on Tuesday.
One neighbour said: "I went up to the bedroom and looked out and instead of garden, all I could see was the sea."
Another neighbour said: "I had a phone call from a friend at 9pm. He just said 'the cliff's gone'."
Residents in Redcliffe Road say the area has been plagued by sightseers coming from all over the country.
At Oddicombe beach cafe, owner Adele Farrell said: "The whole landscape of the beach has changed overnight, but Oddicombe beach is totally safe, it's only Little Oddicombe that's falling."
Herald Express reader Steve Fuller saw a woman retrieving her dog from the base of the cliff shortly after a heavy collapse.
Torbay Council says warning signs have been in place for several years.
A busy weekend for the emergency crews started when residents living in Middle Warberry Road reported a boundary wall had collapsed
There were fears one of the people living at the house was trapped underneath, but after a thermal imaging search it was found nobody was hurt.
The incident happened on Saturday, March 30 at about 8pm.
The council is assessing damage caused to beach huts in Preston and at Goodrington.
Photos taken by reader Phil Chappell on Saturday morning also show damage to the front door of a hut.
A council spokesman said: "Beach huts were damaged on Friday night blocking the road at Marine Parade Preston, these were cleared by beach staff on Saturday morning. Hut users are being notified. Other hut sites affected by the high seas were: Goodrington and Broadsands."
In Teignmouth the council is still picking up the pieces of last week's landslip which blocked access to Ness Beach in Shaldon.
The beach is likely to remain closed for a another week.