Slapton is considered to be one of the prettiest and most desirable villages in the South Hams, almost equal distance between Kingsbridge and Dartmouth, the village has a thriving local community, two excellent pubs, a well-stocked general store, village hall, chapel and C13th church. It is just a few minutes' walk from a 3-mile long beach and is also known for the internationally famous Slapton Ley Nature Reserve. The National Nature Reserve at Slapton Ley, a Site of Special Scientific Interest is located on the edge of the village and is the largest freshwater lake in the south west of England.DESCRIPTION
The plot is approximately a third of an acre and surrounded by arable farmland and stunning rolling South Hams countryside. The internal space is currently just over 1,200 sq. ft, with ample height and fitted with power.
The property has been used as a storage facility and is currently let on a Short-Term Commercial Lease at £6,000 per year with 3-months written notice. Subject to Planning the site could offer a substantial property in an idyllic spot, alternatively, what a wonderful retreat!OUTSIDE
The location is screened by Devon Banks with stock proof fencing and boasts magnificent panoramic views out over the countryside. There is good access in via the lane and with ample parking for at least 2 vehicles on rolled and compacted hardcore. 5-bar wooden gate. The south east corner also benefits from a slight raised area with a pond and there are external electric hook-up points for a motor home.SERVICES
Mains water and electric. A septic tank has been installed on the basis of a 4-bedroom property.VIEWINGS
Strictly by appointment only with our Stags Kingsbridge Office Tel: 01548 853131.DIRECTIONS
On entering the village of Slapton drop down onto Brook Street, just before the sharp righthand corner before The Queens Arms public house and follow this road up out of the village. Keeping right and following the lane for over a mile continue past Buckland Cross and the entrance will be found about 500 yards on your right. Sat Nav WILL NOT get you to the right location.
You can also access the property from the A381. On the A381 there is a left hand turning called Stanborough Gate, take this turning and follow the road. You will pass the Dittiscombe Sign post with directions to Torcross and Slapton. Stay on this road and the property will be on your left hand-side. If you have reached Buckland Cross you have gone too far.