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Guide price£25,000
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Land for sale

Moor Road, Staverton, Totnes
0 bed
0 bath

Property description & features

  • A flat roofed building currently divided into two halves
  • Potential for alternative use subject to planning
  • EPC exempt
  • Council Tax exempt
The former Staverton Public Conveniences for sale by Informal Tender by 5pm on Monday 19th August 2024.

Situation - Staverton Mill is a beautifully restored mill on the banks of the River Dart in Staverton, a pretty village renowned for its steam trains, Sea Trout Inn and some of the best walks in the area. The A38 at Buckfastleigh is just 4 miles away providing fast access to Plymouth and the M5 at Exeter, with intercity trains running from nearby Totnes.

The location is perfect for canoeing, walking, fishing or visiting one of the areas many attractions including nearby Riverford Farm (home to an award winning organic restaurant) and historic Dartington Hall with its exclusive shops.

Description - The building was formerly public conveniences operated by South Hams District Council, which closed in 2019. The construction, we believe, is block with render under a flat roof with one skylight. The building is divided into two parts.

On the southern elevation a short flight of steps leads up to the entrance to the gents with a door leading into the urinal area with small windows to the front, wash hand basin and a door into a toilet cubicle, with a small window to the rear.

There is a separate door leading into the storage cupboard where the fuse board and electric meter is located. On the northern elevation, a single step leads up to a door which leads through to the ladies toilets, where there are two cubicle toilets underneath the skylight, with a wash hand basin in the corner and a small window to the front. The building, as shown on the plan, includes a strip of land to the front.

Services - We assume mains water, drainage and electricity is connected.

Local Authority - South Hams District Council, Follaton House, Plymouth Road, Totnes, Devon, TQ9 5NE. [use Contact Agent Button]. E-mail: [use Contact Agent Button]

Viewings - Strictly by prior appointment with Stags Totnes office [use Contact Agent Button].

Method Of Sale - We are offering the former public conveniences for sale by informal tender with a deadline for receipt of offers in the Stags Totnes office by 5pm on Monday 19th August 2024.

Directions - Proceed into Staverton passing the Sea Trout Inn on the right hand side, taking the immediate right at Staverton Cross toward St Paul's Church, where shortly after the public convenience building is found on the left-hand side.

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    Stags Totnes office is not hard to find, located in The Granary, an imposing historic stone building, on Coronation Road. Totnes is a charming market town, built at the head of the River Dart's estuary in South Devon. It has good communications, being accessible via the A38 from Exeter, just 22 miles to the east. The town is acknowledged as a thriving New Age centre, where musicians, artists, natural health practitioners and craftspeople live and work with great success. A market is held twice a week, selling antiques, musical instruments, second-hand books, hand made clothing and local organic products. In short, not for nothing was Totnes voted the capital of New Age chic by Time magazine. With its numerous attractive listed buildings and ancient history, Totnes is a tourist hot spot and attracts a growing number of visitors annually. It has many distinctive features such as the Eastgate, an arch spanning the main street, Totnes Castle, a Norman edifice owned by English Heritage, the late medieval Church of St Mary and the Elizabethan House Museum, one of many authentic Elizabethan merchant's houses.

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