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Featured Properties


A spacious detached bungalow with a good-sized garage and manageable gardens in a quiet village location.

The property provides well planned living accommodation which benefits from Calor gas central heating and UPVC double glazing. All of the rooms are of a good size and they include a sitting room, kitchen/dining room with a rear porch, 3 double bedrooms, a bathroom and a separate WC.

Outside is a manageable garden which includes a greenhouse and a small vegetable plot. The garage is of a particularly good size and there is parking in the drive.

Shorbrook is a small village less than 2 miles from the busy town of Crediton with its wide range of shops and amenities (including a rail link to Exeter and the coast), and 8 miles from the Cathedral City of Exeter. Nearby is the beautiful Shobrooke Park, while the village also offers the Red Lion Pub which dates back to the 16th Century.
Guide Price £220,000


The Church Hall adjoins the former United Reformed Church, an impressive building on Dartmouth Road close to Paignton town centre (which is itself the subject of a residential conversion to a single dwelling). All of the town centre amenities and the sea front are within easy reach. The site is close to the bus station and to Paignton Railway Station.

Torbay Council granted planning consent and listed building consent (refs. P/2014/1156 and P/2014/1157) on 9 March 2015 for the conversion of the church hall into five residential apartments and the demolition of an external brick-built boiler room. The planning is deemed to have been implemented as the boiler room has now been demolished. CIL obligations have been discharged.

In addition, plans have been drawn up for two additional flats as a rear extension to the hall. These proposals have met with a positive pre-application response from the planning authority who have stated that they would be likely to gain officer support.

Potential buyers might also take account of the potential for office, leisure and retail use following previous successful planning applications P/2008/0237 and P/2008/0236


Main front door to..

Entrance Hall
Doors to both the side yard and into the..

Main Hall 13.9m x 9.20m (45'6" x 30'2")
A fine dual aspect space which includes a large arched window. Timber flooring.

Door to side lobby.

Ladies and Gents WC's.

Inner Hall
Door to Commercial Road and a further door giving access to a small enclosed yard.

Office 3.65m x 3.42m (11'10" x 11'2")

Kitchen 7.40m x 3.37m (24'3" x 11')
Currently with a double drainer stainless steel sink unit and fitted kitchen units. Pedestal wash basin.

To the rear of the building and accessed via Commercial Road is a parking area with space for at least 2 cars. This area offers scope to extend the existing hall and to create additional units (subject to planning permission).

Further outside space on either side of the building will provide amenity space for the converted units.

Freehold with vacant possession on completion.

Mains electricity, water, drainage, and gas are available. Prospective purchasers are, however, advised to make their own enquiries of the relevant service providers.
Guide Price £250,000


The property is tucked away in the centre of Alphington “village”, approximately 2 miles from Exeter City Centre. There are good local amenities close at hand, together with frequent bus services. Nearby is the extensive Marsh Barton Trading Estate.

The premises comprise a detached single storey former chapel which is believed to date from the late 19th Century, and which was more recently extended to provide more up to date ancillary accommodation. The building is not listed but is in a Conservation Area.

Informal discussions with the local planning authority indicate that any planning proposals would need to demonstrate a lack of demand for community-related uses before other alternatives would be supported.
Guide Price £125,000