A yoga studio, a large office and a four bedroom apartment in the centre of Ashburton
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4 & 5 Station Yard is a converted former warehouse, suitable for a variety of different uses, providing excellent income potential. The accommodation is wonderfully light and spacious and is currently arranged as a yoga studio with a large separate office on the ground floor, plus a four bedroom apartment on the first and second floors. The property is subject to a planning restriction whereby the residential accommodation can only be occupied by persons employed within the adjacent business unit.
The ground floor office at 4 & 5 Station Yard is a large, light, open plan room with a small kitchenette, ideally suited for a professional business. There is a room to the rear of the building, currently used as a meeting room, plus a cloakroom accessed from the office.
Adjacent to the office, accessed via an entirely separate entrance, is a professional yoga studio/ holistic therapy centre. However, this space could lend itself to a variety of different uses, depending on the purchasers requirements. The entrance leads into a lobby, from where a treatment room, spacious yoga/fitness studio and cloakroom are accessed.
The feeling of natural light and spaciousness continues to the apartment on the first floor, where the living accommodation has high ceilings, exposed beams and is arranged as an open plan space. The sitting room has a wood burner as a focal point, space for a dining table, and an area adjacent to the stairs creates an ideal study space. The sleek, stylish kitchen is well-equipped with a kitchen island, breakfast bar, LPG gas hob, double electric ovens, microwave and an integrated dishwasher. A small set of steps leads down to the other half of the apartment, where there is a snug with a contemporary wood burner and a striking large window, providing plenty of natural light. The apartment has four bedrooms in total, two on the first floor and two on the second floor, plus a family bathroom on the first floor.
General: Local Authority: Teignbridge District Council, Forde House, Brunel Road, Newton Abbot, Devon, TQ12 4XX Services: Mains electricity, LPG gas and mains drainage. Planning Restrictions: There are occupancy restrictions relating to this property. Further information is available from the vendor's agent.
4 & 5 Station Yard is in the unique position of having allocated parking spaces, which is incredibly sought-after within Ashburton. A fenced, lawned garden is to the rear of the property with steps leading up to a raised terrace, providing the ideal space for al fresco dining and entertaining.
4 & 5 Station Road is set within the former stannary town of Ashburton, in a Brunel designed former railway station. The town has a lively range of shopping facilities, with a range of independent shops offering vintage goods, antiques, a family-run ironmongers, delicatessen, an artisan bakery, a fish deli and the renowned Ashburton Cookery School. There is also a primary school and South Dartmoor Community College. Dartmoor National Park is easily accessible and offers superb facilities for riding, walking, fishing and golf, including the popular Stover Golf Club.
The market town of Newton Abbot, about 7 ½ miles away, has a mainline train station and easy access to the A38 and M5. It also has many other amenities; including the highly regarded independent day and boarding Stover School, supermarkets and recreational activities.
Exeter, about 20 miles away, is the most thriving city in the South West. The city offers a wealth of cultural activities with the theatre, the museum, arts centre and a variety of good shopping, including John Lewis, Waitrose and many restaurants. Many primary and secondary schools can be found in Exeter, including Exeter School and The Maynard School, whilst Exeter University is recognised as one of the best universities in the country.
The historic naval port of Plymouth is 25 miles away and offers extensive cultural, recreational and educational facilities including three theatres, Drakes Circus shopping centre, many sporting facilities and a fine university. The Barbican area has retail art galleries, numerous bars and eating places including Tanners and The Barbican Kitchen, plus the River Cottage Canteen at Royal William Yard.
Communications are excellent with good links to the M5 at Exeter and the A30. There are regular rail services to London from Newton Abbot and Exeter St Davids, taking as little as 2 hours. Exeter International Airport, approximately 24 miles away, provides an ever increasing number of domestic and international flights including two flights a day to London City Airport.
From the M5 follow the A38 towards Plymouth. Take the B3352 exit towards Ashburton, cross over the A38 and follow the road to the left into the town. Turn left onto Woodland Road, then take the next right onto Vealenia Terrace. Continue onto Prigg Meadow and then turn left to stay on Prigg Meadow. Enter Station Yard, and 4&5 is the first building, straight ahead, on the right hand side.Read all
- Excellent income potential
- Flexible accomodation
- Highly sought-after location
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