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.