Attractive, century old town house in the centre of the beautiful, ancient Stannary town of Ashburton on the foothills of south Dartmoor, only half an hour from Exeter and Plymouth
The ancient Stannary Town of Ashburton is one of the most delightful towns in Devon. Very little changed in 150 years, the town centre is well known for its independent shops, antiques and eateries. It has a thriving community with many social facilities. South Dartmoor Academy is renowned for the quality of its education; there is also a good primary school and private schooling.
Located within Dartmoor National Park some of the most beautiful parts of the moor are on the doorstep, and access to the A38 Devon Expressway brings both Plymouth and Exeter to within around half an hour’s drive.
Built in the early years of the twentieth century and formerly the town's police house, 23 St Lawrence Lane is a particularly attractive property and the end of a terrace of three. Constructed predominantly of brick with rendered upper elevations under a slate roof, it has stone mullioned windows at the front and side - unusual in the town - and a lovely, level, enclosed garden accessed through a single garage. The interior of the property is offered in very good decorative order and has been well modernised with attractive fitments, ambient lighting and a superb kitchen featuring a Rangemaster Classic 90 dual fuel oven and hob.
There is a right of way over the driveway for no. 21 to access their garages.
All main services are available and were connected at the time of inspection.
Dartmoor National Park (planning), Teignbridge District Council (housing), Devon County Council (highways).