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Welcome to Drew Pearce

Property Experts Since 1748

Drew Pearce is a long established firm of Chartered Surveyors and Estate Agents based in Exeter, providing specialist and personal advice on all property matters to help our clients achieve their desired results.

Whether you have a property to sell or let, require building surveying services, a professional valuation or property management services, our experienced team are here to help.

Our full range of services are outlined above, but please do contact us for a chat about any aspect of property advice.



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Brixham forms part of Torbay which along with Torquay and Paignton is popularly known as “The English Riveria”. Brixham is a popular holiday resort and also an important fishing port with a colourful and busy harbour. Brixham has established itself as a popular and increasingly prestigious resort town.

The premises are centrally located within Fore Street in the pedestrianised town centre. The property is a short walk from the thriving harbour and is located very close to the town’s main car park. The town centre is home to a range of national and independent retailers. In particular, the surrounding occupiers include Tesco, Costa Coffee, Specsavers, Saltrock and Boots Pharmacy.

33 Fore Street comprises a large retail shop premises with a good frontage and substantial accommodation on the upper floors. It is suitable for a variety of uses subject to any necessary consents.

With approximate measurements in accordance with the RICS Code of Measuring Practice.

The property has a good display area to the front with two windows and a central access doorway.

Retail Area 121.79 sq m (1311 sq ft)

Rear Mezzanine Walk-through Store 25.45 sq m (274 sq ft)

First Floor Storage 150.40 sq m ( 1619 sq ft)

Second Floor Storage/Staff Room 49.05 sq m (528 sq ft)

The Staff Room
Incorporates a stainless-steel single-drainer sink unit with cupboards under including an airing cupboard.

There are two cloakrooms, each with low level WC and wash-hand basin.

The premises are being offered on the basis of a new full repairing and insuring lease at terms to be agreed. Alternatively, our clients will consider offers for the freehold interest.
Guide Price £0


Highbury is an attractive detached Edwardian property built in 1904 and set in a fine plot of around 1.8 acres. The property has been well maintained over the years and benefits from a full oil fired central heating system as well as double glazing throughout. The generous and well proportioned accommodation is arranged over 2 floors, while the annexe situated to the rear of the main house is a single storey building with a double garage attached at one end. There are some fine views from the house and its beautiful grounds with formal gardens surrounding the property and a half acre paddock set up a gentle hill. In the grounds are several sheds, a further large garage and a substantial barn currently arranged as a games room with kitchenette and wc.

Highbury is situated in a fine location just 1 mile from the centre of Chagford and 18 miles from the cathedral city of Exeter. Chagford itself allows easy access to Dartmoor and has a good range of amenities that include both day to day and specialist shops, a parish church, Roman Catholic church, a pre-school, primary school and a Montessori School, pubs, cafes, restaurants and a hotel.


Main house:
Entrance hall, sitting room, dining room, music/family room, kitchen/breakfast room, larder, utility room and a ground floor shower room with wc. On the first floor are 4 double bedrooms (3 with ensuite facilities), a single bedroom and a family bathroom.

Entrance hall, sitting room. Kitchen/dining room, 2 bedrooms (1 with ensuite cloakroom) and a shower room. There is a double garage attached giving potential to extend the annexe accommodation subject to the necessary consents.

The wonderful gardens surround the house, there is good level lawn to the front, a large patio to the rear and some attractive granite walled terraced lawns leading up to a raised patio with fine views. Alongside the drive is a pretty spring fed pond and a further drive leads up to the paddock, a large garage and substantial games barn. Approx. 1.8 acres in total.

Mains electricity and water. Septic tank drainage and oil fired central heating.

Band F
Guide Price £925,000


The property dates from the mid-19th Century and comprises an end of terrace building with accommodation arranged over two floors. It is currently used as council offices (shared occupations with the Citizens Advice Bureau, Crediton Town Council, and the Community Transport Service). The building lies within Crediton Conservation Area and is Grade II listed under List entry number 1197083. It has a pleasing aspect over Parliament Square which is situated just off the main high street and boasts a range of independent traders.

A scheme for conversion of the building into 3 flats shows two ground floor flats of 78.5 sq.m (845 sq.ft) and 48.47 sq.m (521 sq.ft) respectively and a first floor flat of 95.77 sq.m (1030 sq.ft). Details are available on request from Drew Pearce.

The property is currently the subject of a Community Asset registration which means that any sale cannot be completed within 6 months of registration. Further details are available from the agents.
Guide Price £250,000

Having sold two properties through Drew Pearce I can highly recommend them. Everyone I dealt with in the firm was competent and professional, especially Mike Henderson, who was the friendly, experienced and knowledgable guide I required. He was extremely proactive in managing the chain and kept me fully informed of progress. I have already recommended them to friends and colleagues and I will certainly use them again in the... DO - West Devon

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