Built originally as a county police station, this Grade II Listed building was constructed in 1873 and had its own cells. The property has been tastefully modernised over the years and is now a Michelin star restaurant called Thomas Carr 1873. The ground floor provides an open plan light and airy licenced restaurant with kitchen and cloakroom below.
The first floor self-contained accommodation has 4 bedrooms and the lower ground floor has been arranged as a 2 bedroom apartment with separate access. We understand that the property will be offered with vacant possession.
It is ideal for owner occupation by an aspiring chef or could be converted back to residential as a holiday home or nice family town house. Described in the listing as constructed with local new road squared stone rubble with dressings of the Forest of Dean stone. The property has gas fired heating with substantial cast iron fitted radiators in the restaurant and private upper floor.
This is the venue for the acclaimed Thomas Carr restaurant the first Michelin star catering venue in Ilfracombe. The business remains unaffected by the sale of the freehold of the property.