A two storey end of terrace building, currently used for storage, which has had approval to change the use to a small dwelling The property is situated along a residential side road close to the town centre and estimated to have been built in the early 1900`s. With brick elevations, clay tiled roof and sash window, the property certainly has appeal. Having been used as a workshop/store, there is electricity connected. Other services would have to be connected if the property were to be converted. Internally, the ground floor is slightly larger, having been extended to the rear in years gone by. The property is in need of a certain amount of repair but could make a delightful one bedroom house or equally continue to be used as a very useful store/workshop.
Seaton is located at the mouth of the Axe Estuary, a haven for wild fowl, and adjoins the pretty Axmouth harbour. The town offers a range of day to day needs including shops, cafes, doctors, banks, post office, primary school and even a hospital. The mile long shingle beach features a long level pedestrian promenade overlooking Lyme Bay and surrounding cliffs and forms part of the Jurassic coast, England`s only natural World Heritage site. About 6 miles north along the Axe Valley is the market town of Axminster with a mainline railway station operating services to London Waterloo and Exeter. The delightful coastal town of Lyme Regis is just over 6 miles to the east.
The accommodation, all measurements approximate, comprises:
Hard wood door to front opening into:
ROOM ONE - 6.77m (22'3") x 3.01m (9'11")
Wooden door to rear/side (no access to the outside) Power and light. Open tread ladder style stairs to:
LOFT/ROOF AREA - 3.98m (13'1") Plus Recess x 2.96m (9'9") Min
Single glazed sash window to front. Power and light.
Prior Approval Granted 30.7.18
Change of Use of a building from Class B8 (storage or distribution centre) to Class C3 (dwelling houses) 18/1461/PDP
It is a requirement that the development shall be carried out in accordance with the information that the developer provided to the local planning authority, unless the local planning authority and the developer agree otherwise in writing.
It is a requirement that the use of the building within Class C3 (dwelling houses) begun within 3 years of the date of the decision.
Please notify the local planning authority of the completion of the development as soon as reasonably practicable after completion.
This written notice indicates that the proposed development would comply with condition P.2 of Schedule 2 Part 3 Class P of the Town and Country Planning (General Permitted Development) (England) Order 2015 (as amended).
Please note we have not tested any apparatus, fixtures, fittings, or services. Interested parties must undertake their own investigation into the working order of these items. All measurements are approximate and photographs provided for guidance only.