Mixed use residential 1 bed property with a retail shop on the ground floor. Central Location. Potential to Convert. Parking to the front and a spacious storage shed.
Centrally located freehold retail opportunity in this popular town centre location nearby the Green Lanes Shopping Centre, the High Street, the market and Boutport Street. The property comprises of two retail shops both with vacant possession. Upstairs are two long leasehold flats. Ideal for an owner occupier.
Development comprises two terraces of employment units to be built; the rear terrace will comprise 5 units of 186 sq.m. (2,000 sq.ft.) and the units are available individually or in combinations of that area up to the entire terrace of 929 sq.m. (10,000 sq.ft.) The terrace adjacent to the entrance with CVS is a pair of units of the same size making up a total unit of 372 sq.m. (4,000 sq.ft.).
Prominent retail property with 2 upper levels with potential to convert to residential and/or offices.
Prominent investment property. Ground Floor business on a commercial lease with 3 flats all income producing.
Grade II Listed Late Georgian Terraced House * Previously Owned By Sea Captain in 1840 * Uninterrupted Sea and Harbour Views * Large Balcony * Parking and Garage *Arranged Over Four Floors *Currently a Licensed HMO *Two Reception Rooms *Eight Double Letting Rooms *Fitted Kitchen *Four Bathrooms *
The Brookfield is a beautiful Georgian property, extensively refurbished and renovated, bringing it straight into the 21st century. This boutique inspired bed and breakfast is furnished in contemporary style from top to bottom, whilst retaining many of the original Georgian features. Situated in South Street, away from the busy main road, but just 400 metres from the village centre with its shops, pubs, bistros and restaurants. It benefits from lovely south facing gardens and its own private car park on the front of the building, offering parking for several vehicles, with everything less than 5 minutes walk away.
Currently operating as a highly successful B&B but with planning consents to convert to Residential use, The Brookfield is one of the oldest properties in Braunton, having been built in 1798 by a wealthy gentleman farmer by the name of Edward Harris who had made his fortune through owning the lime kilns at Vellator. The land which went with the property stretched down from its frontage to the River Caen, as far back as the Exeter Road to it's rear, and down as far as what is now known as Vellator Way.
As well as what was then called Brookfield House, the family also owned the properties opposite which were provided to their farm manager, the Coach House which now sits on the opposite side of Brookfield Close, and various other cottages which have subsequently been demolished. The property stayed in the ownership of the family until 1891 when it was sold at auction by a local agent, Sanders & Son, but then came back into the family again in 1902 when it came under the ownership of Elizabeth Peard, nee Harris. The property was sold once again at auction in 1922, this time by our good selves, and over the next 50 years a variety of owners sold off the majority of the estate. Brookfield House became.
The Brookfield Hotel in the 1970's and stayed as a fully licensed hotel until early this century. All of the bedrooms are larger than the average bed and breakfast, decorated to a high contemporary specification, all with their own en-suite bathrooms. Three of the larger letting rooms are particularly spacious, have space for super king-sized beds and benefit from large En-Suites, with both full size bath and power shower, heated towel radiator, washbasin and W.C. The other rooms are finished and decorated to the same high standard, are still larger than average, and have space for super king-size double beds. En-suites have high power showers, heated towel radiator, washbasin and wc.The principal living rooms are equally of a high standard, with a gorgeous lounge, spacious dining room and generous south facing conservatory. The ground floor also offers a fully fitted kitchen, utility area and boiler room. The current business owners live comfortably on site, with a separate living area, along with bedroom and ensuite facilities. The third floor offers open plan kitchen/lounge, three bedrooms and a separate shower room, offering a spacious self-contained floor. Due to size and layout of the property, it may also suit families looking for dual occupancy or possibly other business use, subject to the necessary planning consents. The property currently has planning for Residential or Commercial use, and has the benefit of being sold with no onward chain.
Directions - To access The Brookfield, follow the A361 from Barnstaple, through to Wrafton, then at the roundabout (Murco fuel station on the right hand side), turn left onto Vellator Way signposted 'Superstore'. At the next roundabout take the third exit and after 20 meters, turn right into South Street. 500 metres along South Street you will see it on your right hand side. Turn into Brookfield Close then immediately right into the carpark.
Croyde is a desirable seaside village and a popular holiday location for all walks of life, but is mainly known for its sandy bay offering excellent surfing and other water sports. In addition to this, the jutting rock face of Baggy Point is owned by the National Trust and offers a beautiful and tranquil coastal walk. This leads around the headland to Putsborough and in turn onto Woolacombe.
The village has every day amenities such as the post office, an active village hall, a selection of excellent public houses and restaurants. The neighbouring village of Georgeham has an 'outstanding' graded primary school. A regular bus service runs to Braunton which offers additional amenities of a supermarket, various convenience stores and local shops. There is a further selection of restaurants, public houses, primary and secondary schools and a medical centre.
Barnstaple, the regional centre of North Devon, is 9 miles away and offers a further range of national and local high street shops and supermarkets. There is a national railway link to London via Exeter or via the A361 link road to Tiverton Parkway railway station.
Development land , situated on the edge of the town with easy access to the main roads to Barnstaple and South Molton. The site extends to approximately 1.7 ha (4.2 acres) and is a level area of land adjacent to the Hatchmoor Nursing Home. In the close proximity is the nursing home, open fields, light industrial and residential. Outline planning permission has been granted for 58 new homes
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