Central Dulverton Location
Mixed Retail and Residential use
Attractive Rear Garden
Two Large Retail Areas
Large Attached Garage/Workshop
Exmoor National Park
EPC Ratings - E & F
Entrance hall providing access to both the residential and the commercial accommodation:-
Retail shop area with office at rear. Two large retail areas (presently show rooms but offering varied commercial retail scope) with adjoining store cupboard and rear lobby with cloakroom. Two rear store rooms adjacent and access from the rear lobby to a small cellar.
To the rear of the property is a large attached outbuilding/workshop backing onto the enclosed garden.
First Floor (Residential)
Off the ground floor hallway an impressive turned staircase leads to a large galleried landing area. Access off into the dining room with its impressive ceiling, double aspect outlook and mullion windows. Adjoining bedroom 2 at the rear double aspect with windows side and rear.
Office/study/bedroom 4 with similar mullion window.
Large lounge again with feature ceiling and large mullion window to the front elevation overlooking the vicarage. Kitchen/Breakfast room at the rear with extensive kitchen units. Inner Hallway with access off to separate cloakroom and separate bathroom. Main bedroom to front elevation with again mullion windows and similar outlook, extensive fitted wardrobes and wash hand basin.
Bedroom 3 located at the rear.
To the rear of the property is an attractive enclosed garden area. In the past this courtyard garden may also have been used for parking but access is limited width wise. A strip of land to the eastern boundary may have potential for additional parking subject to consent and access to the large outbuilding/workshop.
* Whilst the property is not listed it does form part of the Dulverton Conservation area as well as being within the confines of the Exmoor National Park. The National Park do not wish to see the development of the building for additional open market living accommodation. Their preference is to see the property retained as it presently is (i.e. part residential and part commercial use) though they may be willing to consider the commercial space split into smaller individual units for retail/letting purposes (See agents for more information)
*Points A to B on the landplan indicate a pedestrian access retained by the garage to access their filtration system
*Point C access required by the garage to clean or clear a surface water drain
*In extreme weather conditions surface water has been known to come into the first 3’ of the “showroom” area (see agents for more details)
Is accommodation included?:
Located in the heart of town, opposite the Vicarage this wonderful old building has since 1962 been used both as residential and commercial accommodation.