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Posted on: November 29th 2019
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The building, known as The Oak Room, offers an imposing frontage onto St. Peter Street, but inside it opens up to reveal a bright and stunning early 19th Century interior with oval-shaped gallery and a wealth of features, plus a lower floor which serves as a function room or seminar suite. The church has a wealth of features including wrought iron balustrades to the gallery, pew seating to some areas, memorial tablets on the walls and stained glass. To the rear is a terrace which has views over the River Exe and which has proved a valuable part of the property’s appeal to a wide variety of customers. The property comes complete with an impressive organ which is maintained in full working order and, we are informed, comes with its own ghosts.

The Oak Room has a wide planning consent permitting a variety of uses including retail, community and training uses, weddings, café and restaurant, and it has an alcohol licence. It has been trading as a community and arts centre in recent years, hosting live music events, wedding receptions, seminars, art exhibitions, plays and corporate events.

The building is offered with vacant possession, although if buyers wish to take on the existing business, terms can be agreed on this basis.

For details contact Jonathan Ling of Stratton Creber Commercial on 01392 202203/

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