A substantial Grade II Listed town house with river frontage. The accommodation is arranged over 4 storeys and currently arranged as four separate units of accommodation, which would now benefit from a programme of modernisation. The property is conveniently situated for the town centre, with private car parking by permit available nearby and has the benefit of a well kept, large terraced garden leading down to the River Exe. Whilst the property is likely to be of interest to the career residential lettings fraternity as a post works investment opportunity, it will also appeal as a post works break-up and resale venture, or the potential to restore the property back to it's former glory as a sizeable family home, subject to any requisite consents, upon which interested parties must make and rely upon their own planning enquiries of Mid Devon District Council.
Note: We understand that the property is to be sold with vacant possession. Please refer to the legal pack and the addendum for clarification prior to bidding.
Property Auctions South West
2 Cotton Street
t. 01395 275 691
2 Cotton Street
Tel: 01395 275 691
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