A character public house with residential accommodation and a large car park located prominently in the heart of this picturesque village on the southern edge of Dartmoor, a little over three miles from Ivybridge.
It is clear that continued use as a pub perhaps with some guest accommodation is a possible destiny for the property. However, many will view the property, subject to all necessary consents being obtainable, as having residential redevelopment (and other use) potential in whole or part, particularly by virtue of the sizeable car park.
Local Planning Authority
Dartmoor National Park Authority. Tel: 01626 832093. Website: dartmoor.gov.uk.
Feature central porch, public and lounge bars, kitchen, dining areas and W.C. facilities.
n First Floor (dual access)
Hallway, enormous living room, kitchen, two bedrooms (one particularly large with multiple windows), bathroom and W.C. There is a further room used as an office/occasional bedroom across the roof terrace.
There is some seating at the front of the property with the main patio being at the rear. Additionally there is a garage along with a freezer room, beer cellar, bottle store and other general storage space. Also directly at the back of the property is the car park catering for literally dozens of vehicles.
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