Totnes is a beautiful market town at the head of the River Dart estuary in South Devon and within an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. It is about 22 miles (35 km) south of the city of Exeter and easily accessible via the M5 and A38. This unique and charming town has an international reputation for its lively, diverse community and its cosmopolitan atmosphere but still managing to retain a distinctly rustic West Country flavour making Totnes a popular place to visit for its heritage, culture and very pretty setting.
A semi-detached Grade II listed building originally believed to have belonged to a merchant who had links to the Baltic Timber Wharf. Within the building are many period features dating from this time giving the premises a charming atmosphere. The entrance hall has the original tiled floor and a door which would have opened into the strong room. It is also believed that beneath the stairs is a well which predates the building. The premises previously operated as a Restaurant providing ground floor bar & dining area with further seating to the first floor, commercial kitchen and ladies & gents cloakrooms. The premises, which have A3 class use and a premises licence, would lend themselves to a variety of uses subject to Landlord’s consent and planning approval. The building benefits from a security system and zoned fire alarm.