The property comprises 6,275 sq ft (583 sq m) and is set in substantial grounds approximately 10 minutes drive from the South Brent A38 turn off and a small hamlet of farms and residential premises close to the River Avon in Didworthy.
Previously run as a care home, with 12 single rooms and five twin bedrooms, (eight with en suite bathrooms), the premises had a turnover of £580,653 for the financial year 2008/09, but is now currently vacant.
Scott Rossiter, partner in the Exeter office of Alder King said: “There is significant potential for alternative uses suitable for the premises bearing in mind its location. These could include conversion into a dwelling house with scope for additional buildings to turn into a small holding on the significant grounds, an educational training centre, an outward bound or youth hostel association or perhaps a boutique hotel or training centre.”
Previously the home had planning permission for an extension to provide an additional 13 bedrooms and although this has now lapsed it could potentially be renewed with Dartmoor National Park Planning Authority.
The premises may also appeal to residential developers, subject to the necessary planning consents as the site enjoys panoramic views of the surrounding Dartmoor National Park with its own private drive and grounds.
For further information please contact the sole selling agents Alder King on 01392 353080.
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