2 bedroom semi-detached house for saleNorth Street, Ashburton, Devon, TQ13
Offers in Excess of
- Ground floor retail premises comprising 4 rooms and a fully fitted demonstrators kitchen
- First floor 2-bed self contained letting apartment or for owners accomm.
- Private courtyard garden
- Investment opportunity
A fantastic opportunity to purchase the freehold of a well located Grade II listed building. A ground floor retail premises comprising 4 rooms and a fully fitted demonstration kitchen. First floor two-bed apartment or owners accommodation, private courtyard garden. Investment opportunity
Situation - Ashburton has a wide array of amenities including many individual stores, a delicatessen, fish deli, artisan bakers, cafes, tearooms and coffee shops, thriving post office, hardware store, wine bar, florists and a huge range of antique shops that make the town an even more popular destination.
It also benefits from well regarded schools, medical and dental services and a strong thriving community.
The endless list of recreational opportunities in Dartmoor National Park, the proximity to South Devon's finest beaches, golf courses and communications also make Ashburton desirable.
The A38/Devon Expressway links Plymouth and Exeter to the M5 motorway network and mainline rail connections can be found at nearby Newton Abbot and Totnes.
Description - Rock House and shop are for sale as a whole and comprises a shop on the ground floor with kitchen to the rear - this business trades as Agaric Kitchen. The sale of the property is for the freehold excluding the Agaric Kitchen trading name.
Accommodation - Glazed door from North Street provides access into the front retail area with quarry tiled floor and ample space for shelving units with door rising to the owners accommodation. Door to understairs cupboard and further door to the outside and onto the side access way (between numbers 30 and 32).
From the rear of the retail area is a part stained glass timber door through to a fully functional teaching kitchen with slate floor, bespoke range of base kitchen units comprising a Neff electric oven, twin bowl stainless steel sink with drainer, underfloor heating and range of illuminated shelving. Bespoke island worktop made from oak and ash and is used for cooking demonstrations with a 4-ring Neff induction hob. The island unit could easily be removed to open up further retail space if required.
Door to outside and concealed doorway to the rear which is currently used as a laundry room with door to cloakroom with washing machine and door to rear storage room with further shelving units and a butlers sink. These rooms have the potential to be converted into further retail units or could possibly be adapted into further residential accommodation, subject to the necessary consents.
First Floor Accommodation - Doorway from the shop leads to a flight of stairs to the first floor landing. Office with window overlooking North Street. This room could easily be re-configured as a bedroom. Further door to the owners accommodation providing a bedroom with door through to a rear landing and to a shower room with some exposed ceiling timbers. Quadrant shower enclosure, fully tiled and built in shelf, power shower over. Window to the side, wash hand basin and WC.
Door to kitchen/sitting room with range of base level units with soft close drawers. Built in low level fridge and sink unit. Space and plumbing for dishwasher.
From the kitchen/sitting area, there is a timber flight of stairs providing access to a mezzanine/sleeping area or potential study.
Agents Note - The vendors own both this property and number 30 North Street which is being offered for sale separately. If the two properties are sold separately, a fence will be built by the current vendors to ensure both properties enjoy high degrees of privacy. Should the purchaser of number 32 wish to purchase number 30, then there is huge opportunity to make more of these two buildings together.
Outside - The outside area can be accessed by the ground floor rooms or via a shared covered walkway in-between numbers 30 and 32 along a slate pathway which leads to a fantastic courtyard garden. The courtyard garden has a high stone wall, raised herb bed and Plum tree. This is a super area to sit and enjoy the sun. There is a storage area underneath the first floor balcony which is used as a wood store.
Agents Note - Residential Lettings and Management - if you are considering investing in a Buy to Let or letting another property and require advice on current yields or general lettings information to ensure you comply, please contact a member of our lettings team on 01803 866130.
Services - Mains gas fired central heating , Mains electricity, water and drainage.
Local Authority - Teignbridge District Council, Forde House, Brunel Road, Newton Abbot, Devon, TQ12 4XX. Tel: 01626 361101. E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Viewing - Strictly by prior appointment with Stags Totnes property office on 01803 865454
Directions - Number 32 is located on North Street in the centre of Ashburton.
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