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Guide Price £110,000

Property Description

Key features

  • Informal Tenders by 12 Noon Wednesday 28 February 2018 (unless previously sold)

Full description

A unique opportunity to create a four bedroom house of approximately 1800 sq ft with garden in a central yet tucked-away position

This is an excellent opportunity to create a spacious town house by the conversion of the former Grade II listed print-works premises. The accommodation will be arranged over three/four floors and will include the following: Ground Floor: Entrance Porch, Cloakroom, Living room, Kitchen-breakfast room First Floor: Two bedrooms (each with en-suite shower room) Mezzanine/Second Floor: Landing, Two bedrooms, Bathroom and Box room Outside, the approved plans allow for an enclosed garden area and access to the property is pedestrian only from St Lawrence Lane.

Planning Permission 
Conditional Planning Permission for change of use to a dwelling including repairs and alterations was granted under application number 0314/17 dated 6 September 2017. A copy of the planning permission and associated plans are available to view online at or in our offices at 2 North Street, Ashburton.

We are advised by the seller that all mains services are available within close proximity of the property, subject to connection.

Method of Sale 
The property is being sold by informal tender with bids by 12 noon Wednesday 28 February (unless previously sold). A tender form is attached to these sales particulars (or available via a link from our website). The successful offer will be required to exchange contracts by Wednesday 15th March 2018 with completion on 22 March 2018.

Ashburton is a thriving town on the edge of Dartmoor National Park. It has a superb range of independent shops including two butchers, artisan bakery, delicassen, post office, fish deli, numerous eateries and antique/craft shops. The wide, rugged open spaces of Dartmoor are a few minutes car journey and the South Devon coastline with its sandy beaches and sheltered coves little more than half an hours drive. The towns of Totnes and Newton Abbot are both around fifteen minutes by car and have comprehensive shopping centres and main line railway stations. The A38 brings the two Devon cities of Plymouth and Exeter within striking distance.

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