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Commercial Property Details

 
£450,000
Ashburton
Under Offer
 
 

22 North Street is a Grade II Listed building with an imposing frontage to North Street, the main shopping area of the town.

The shop has in recent years been used as an art gallery, wood/gas fire showroom and prior to that an antiques showroom. Its distinctive large window frontage and rooms with good volume make it very suitable for a variety of businesses, subject to any necessary planning requirements.

The living accommodation can be accessed from its own entrance on North Street or via an interior staircase from the shop premises. Once again the living accommodation is light and airy and features a generous sized main living room with wall mounted wood burner together with a custom made solid wood kitchen/dining room. There is a very pleasant garden at the rear of the property.

Ashburton is a bustling town with a growing reputation for its antiques and arts and craft shops. Its location at the southern foot of Dartmoor attracts many thousands of visitors each year and the town serves a number of outlying villages and rural communities. The proximity of the A38 Expressway makes Ashburton highly accessible and the towns public car park is within a stones throw of the property. The larger towns of Newton Abbot and Totnes, both with mainline railway stations, are around a 15 minute drive and the spectacular South Devon coast can be reached in around 45 minutes.
Shop/Gallery
with recessed glazed entrance doors and large display windows either side. Showroom/retail shop area with overall dimensions of 31'10'' in length x 14'10'' wide in the front area widening to 19'4'' at the rear. Solid ash floors. Interior centre staircase leading to the upper floor. Spot lighting from ceiling, two radiators, understairs storage cupboard, two further storage cupboards, sash window to side aspect with wooden shutters. Cupboard housing meters. Timber glazed door at the rear of room to
Rear Room
13'10'' x 11' with sash window overlooking the garden and pair of multi-paned French doors opening to the rear garden. Solid ash floors. Recess with stainless steel kitchen sink with cupboard beneath and wall mounted gas fired boiler to central heating and water. Spot lights, radiator, door to WC.
Residential Accommodation
with own private entrance from North Street.
Timber Door to Entrance Lobby
with slate tiled floor. Staircase with wooden handrail to first floor.
Landing Area
with built-in cupboard housing electric fuse box and control for central heating boiler. Pair of half glazed doors to first floor hall area.
First Floor Hall
with sash window to rear aspect. Internal staircase leading down to the shop. Staircase to second floor. Doors off to
Living Room
18'2'' x 17' plus recess. An elegant room with two large secondary double glazed sash windows overlooking North Street. Wall displays either side of fireplace each with low level cupboards. Ceiling cornice to the main part of the room. Picture rail. Two radiators. TV aerial lead. Second part glazed door to the hall. Book/display shelving incorporating log storage along one wall. Contemporary focus wood burner with polished granite hearth.
Kitchen - Dining Room
19'4'' x 9'10'' with exposed wooden floorboards. KITCHEN AREA with hand-built solid wooden rustic kitchen cupboards and doors with solid wood worktops and white Belfast sink with mixer taps over. Built-in AEG electric oven with housing over for microwave. Electric ceramic hob inset to worktop and plumbing for washing machine beneath worktop. Sash window to rear aspect. High level wall shelf. DINING AREA with sash window to rear aspect, book/ display shelving to wall, telephone point. Gas fired two oven AGA.
Second Floor Landing
Ladder-style staircase to attic room.
Bedroom 1
15' to front of wardrobes x 10'6 with secondary double glazed sash window overlooking North Street, exposed wooden floorboards, radiator and coved ceiling. Built-in floor to ceiling wardrobes along one wall.
Bedroom 2
16'8'' x 10'4'' with secondary double glazed sash window overlooking North Street, exposed wooden floorboards, radiator and coved ceiling.
Bedroom 3
9'7'' x 9'4'' with sash window overlooking the rear aspect. Exposed wooden floorboards and radiator.
Bathroom
with most attractive classic white suite consisting of bath inset to tiled surround with hand held mixer shower over, glazed shower screen, wash basin with tiled surround with cupboard beneath, WC with concealed system. Lighting over basin, chrome finish ladder-style radiator. Sash window to rear aspect. Built-in airing cupboard with factory lagged hot water cylinder, wooden slatted storage shelving and hanging rail.
On the Third Floor
Attic room
17'7'' x 16'7'' overall with exposed timber roof supports. Two Velux roof windows taking in views of the town and green hillside at 'The Terrace'. Electric power and lighting points, door to storage area also housing cold water tank.
Outside
Immediately adjoining the rear of the property there is a truly delightful part walled garden. Gentle stone steps lead to a virtually level lawn with shrubbery beds and garden shed.

The whole garden is stocked with an interesting variety of shrubs and trees and enjoys a good level of privacy for such a centrally located property. There is an outside water tap, outside courtesy light and log store.

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Whilst every effort is made to ensure the accuracy of these details, it should be noted that the measurements are approximate only. Floorplans are for representation purposes only and prepared according to the RICS Code of Measuring Practice by our floorplan provider. Therefore, the layout of doors, windows and rooms are approximate and should be regarded as such by any prospective purchaser. Any internal photographs are intended as a guide only and it should not be assumed that any of the furniture/fittings are included in any sale. Where shown, details of lease, ground rent and service charge are provided by the vendor and their accuracy cannot be guaranteed, as the information may not have been verified and further checks should be made either through your solicitor/conveyance. Where appliances, including central heating, are mentioned, it cannot be assumed that they are in working order, as they have not been tested. Please also note that wiring, plumbing and drains have not been checked.