A detached barn dating back to the 1800’s, set adjacent to Liverton Football ground. The barn features an attached storage shed to the rear/side elevation, electricity and lies alongside a culvert. Previous records show the barn was used as a Blacksmiths in the 1900’s. A possessory order is in effect on the land edging the roadside to allow for off road parking.
Liverton is a small village set on the eastern fringes of the Dartmoor National Park with a popular public house, general store/post office and a primary school. There is a bus service to Bovey Tracey, Exeter and Plymouth within the village. The market town of Newton Abbot is approximately four miles away and offers an extensive range of shopping, business and leisure facilities. Liverton is also convenient for the A38 dual carriageway to Exeter and Plymouth.
A useful barn measuring approximately 12ft 05in x 46ft 11in internally (3.67m x 14.05m). The barn benefits from full height dual opening doors and an electricity supply. To the rear/side elevation is a storage shed attached to the building.
Access to the barn is straight from the roadside without needing to enter the football grounds.
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