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A property with character

07 July 2005

If you're looking for a quaint character-rich property, then the Minadab Restaurant and Tea Rooms in Teignmouth should fit the bill.

Built in around 1820, the grade ll listed property is believed to have once been the home to Battle of Trafalgar hero, Commander Robert Benjamin Young. These days it houses a restaurant, providing 32 covers in four distinct areas.

The Oak Room is a private dining area for eight covers; the middle room features French doors to the front terrace and provides cover for six; the main dining room, which also features French doors onto the terrace, has capacity for 10 diners, while the Captain's Room has covers for eight people.

Owner's accommodation, comprising four bedrooms, is located on the first floor and features a private patio balcony with sea views.
The business has strong year-round trade with support from locals with a seasonal boost.

Agent Christie and Co is marketing the property from an asking price of £440,000 for the freehold interest. For further details contact Martin Blacoe on 01392 285600.

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