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Accommodation Summary

Detached Grade II Listed Period building
Exeter's St David's Quarter
5 minutes walk from Exeter St David's mainline station and 10 minutes walk from the City centre
Currently used as offices
Potential for residential conversion / home & business
Lovely private walled garden
Parking for up to 6 to 8 cars

Directions

From Exeter City centre follow New North Road across the Clock Tower roundabout towards Exeter College - turning left at the traffic lights onto Hele Road and then turning left at the next roundabout onto St David's Hill. Walnut House will be found on your right after the entrance to Walnut Gardens.

Situation

The property lies within half a mile of Exeter City centre and within a few hundred yards of Exeter College, St David's and Central Stations and within close walking distance of the University campus. Walnut House enjoys an attractive courtyard setting shared with some delightful Period townhouses.

The Cathedral City of Exeter is one of the most vibrant and attractive cities in southern England. With a population of almost 120,000, expanding Top 10 University and growing Business and Science Parks, the city lies on the beautiful River Exe. The city is within half an hour's drive of the coast and moors and is the region's major administrative, commercial and retail centre with major employers including the County Council, County Police, EDF, Met Office, Highways Agency and the University.

The city offers a selection of theatres, cinemas, museum, football, Premier rugby and leisure centres. The historic Quayside provides some lovely riverside walks with it's restaurants, pubs and coffee shops.

Description

Attractive Grade II Listed, virtually detached Period building in Exeter's St David's quarter close to Exeter College, University campus and just half a mile from the City centre. Currently arranged as offices with potential for conversion to residential use*. Comprising seventeen (mostly original) rooms over three floors plus useful basement room. Presently used as a Barristers Chambers, the property boasts a wealth of original architectural features; lovely southerly aspect, private enclosed garden and parking for six to eight cars.

The Agents believe the property could easily be restored to an impressive single dwelling or home and business use. Plans have also been drawn up for conversion to five x one bedroom and one x two bedroom apartments.

Property info

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