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North Street, Ashburton

Situated in the main trading area of the bustling Dartmoor town of Ashburton, 14 North Street occupies a prime position and is a distinctive Grade II listed period property arranged over four floors. The ground floor is presently home to the 'No. 14 Bar' with an attractive courtyard and stone barn positioned at the rear of the building. It has previously been a licenced tea rooms and would be suitable for most retail purposes, subject to any required consents. There is spacious and characterful living accommodation on the upper levels with its own entrance from North Street, as well as the ground floor commercial part. North Street is the main shopping thoroughfare in the heart of the town with an excellent footfall and large public car park just yards away. As well as serving the local resident town population and numerous outlying villages, Ashburton attracts thousands of visitors each year and is the gateway to Dartmoor. It's easy access to the A38 makes it well connected with the cities of Plymouth and Exeter, where the road joins the national motorway network. The historic town of Totnes and the market town of Newton Abbot are each around 20 minutes drive and both have main line railway stations.

Primary schools


  • Widecombe-in-the-Moor, Newton Abbot, TQ13 7TB
  • Primary
  • Ofsted rating: Good Last inspection

commercial property - Other

East Street, Ashburton

12 East Street is a Grade II listed period building in the heart of the desirable Dartmoor town of Ashburton which enjoys easy access to the A38 for Plymouth, Exeter and the national motorway network beyond. The ground floor comprises a double fronted shop (approx 582 sq ft) with a spacious self-contained maisonette on the upper two floors. There is an inner walled courtyard accessible from the shop and a passageway which serves the maisonette. The ground floor shop is currently let to a pet supplies business on a licence at £10,000 per annum and the maisonette has been let at £795 pcm. Vacant possession is available on both the shop and flat, though we understand the occupiers of the shop would be happy to stay on. Beyond the shop and courtyard can be found the old printing works, a three-storey listed building with planning permission for change of use to a four bedroom dwelling (approx. 1800 sq ft) with garden. There is a secondary pedestrian right of way access at the rear of the building leading to St Lawrence Lane. Ashburton is a thriving town on the edge of Dartmoor National Park. It has a superb range of independent shops including butchers, artisan bakery, delicatessen, fish deli, numerous eateries and antique/craft shops. The excellent town post office, pharmacy and doctor's and dental surgeries are also an easy walk away. Ashburton has a heated outdoor swimming pool/lido and a good range of educational facilities including a pre-school nursery, primary school and secondary school with sixth form college, once again all within walking distance. 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 with direct services to London Paddington. Exeter Airport is an easy 30 minute drive away and has flights to UK regional airports and international destinations.

Primary schools


  • Widecombe-in-the-Moor, Newton Abbot, TQ13 7TB
  • Primary
  • Ofsted rating: Good Last inspection

commercial property - Office

Ashburton

This predominantly stone-built building occupies a level town centre position. The approximate internal measurements are 37'6' deep x 17'6' average width. A wooden staircase leads to a mezzanine area. There is a 9'5' wide roller entry door, three-phase electricity and mains water. Conditional Planning Permission was granted in May 2013 for office (B1(a)) use and the seller advises that these works have been commenced in the form of foundation holes. The full planning information is available in the Dartmoor National Park website and the Application number is 0145/13. Please note that the sale price will be subject to VAT at the standard prevailing rate.

Primary schools


  • Widecombe-in-the-Moor, Newton Abbot, TQ13 7TB
  • Primary
  • Ofsted rating: Good Last inspection

commercial property - Office

St Lawrence Lane, Ashburton

This predominantly stone-built building occupies a level town centre position. The approximate internal measurements are 37'6' deep x 17'6' average width. A wooden staircase leads to a mezzanine area. There is a 9'5' wide roller entry door, three-phase electricity and mains water. Conditional Planning Permission was granted in May 2013 for office (B1(a)) use and the seller advises that these works have been commenced in the form of foundation holes. The full planning information is available in the Dartmoor National Park website and the Application number is 0145/13. Please note that the sale price will be subject to VAT at the standard prevailing rate.

Primary schools


  • Widecombe-in-the-Moor, Newton Abbot, TQ13 7TB
  • Primary
  • Ofsted rating: Good Last inspection