Stowford Mill, Ivybridge, Devon, PL21 0AA
For businesses, this landmark development offers opportunities not to be missed. Whether you are an established chain or a small independent, a start-up or a business looking to grow, Stowford Mill can deliver the perfect premises.
From single retail units to adaptable suites of rooms and interconnecting spaces, this inspirational site encompasses a wide choice of buildings in different architectural styles, many reflecting the site’s history as a paper mill.
"The arrival of new business at Stowford Mill is part of a huge transformation for Ivybridge as we continue to improve economic turnover and employment opportunities. More local businesses means more jobs, both for the new residents, professionals and those starting out on the career ladder."
Cllr Rufus Gilbert – Economy, Enterprise and Skills Portfolio Holder, Devon County Council
This Grade II listed property has full planning permission to be converted into a boutique hotel with 12 double en-suite bedrooms, bar, restaurant and associated facilities. Two mixed use units are available individually, or with the option to combine space over the ground and first floors. Class B1 use makes these mixed use units suited to a variety of businesses.
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The Engine House also has full planning permission, for two units. The restaurant, arranged over several floors, is ideally suited to become a restaurant/bar or family eatery servicing both the residents of Stowford Mill and the expanding town. The retail unit has an attractive stone facade and sits in a prime location on the main square, benefiting from plenty of passing trade.
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Located in a prominent position at the heart of Stowford Mill, this Grade II listed property has full planning permission to be converted into a boutique hotel with 12 double en-suite bedrooms, bar, restaurant and associated facilities. Outside a raised terrace area overlooks the main square.
The redevelopment of this handsome two-story Victorian building will take full advantage of the high ceiling and original feature windows, referencing the building’s earlier industrial use.
Located at the rear of the Brunel Building, the unit has Class B1 use making it a flexible space suited to a variety of businesses. The shared entrance will feature both lift and stair access and leads directly through to a large open workspace.
For businesses looking for a larger working environment, there is the option of linking Unit 5 with Unit 6.
Accessed directly off the main square, this two-story unit comes with Class B1 use making it suitable for a variety of business types. The first-floor space benefits from an abundance of natural light and is brimming with heritage features.
For businesses looking for a larger working environment, there is the option of linking Unit 6 with Unit 5.
The unit, arranged over several floors, is ideally suited to become a restaurant/bar or family eatery servicing both the residents of Stowford Mill and the expanding town. Full planning has been granted which would see the creation of a large and unique space.
Customer entrance featuring the curved wall of the Mill’s iconic chimney. Open-plan bar/dining area (245sq m/2,637sq ft) leads through to back of house facilities including WCs, kitchen and storage. Back of house is directly accessed for deliveries through a shared entrance. Lift and stairway planned to provide access to the first floor and private dining areas.
An open-plan bar/dining area (297sqm/3,196sq ft) with an abundance of natural light. Direct access to a raised terrace on the main square, providing one of two customer entrances. Planned link to other levels by stairs and lift.
Three private dining areas have been included in the plans which feature important historic links to the Mill’s past. Access provided by stairs and lift.
In a prime location on the main square, benefiting from plenty of passing trade. The unit has considerable charm with an attractive stone facade, peaked roof, original front door and feature windows.
Additional retail space leading through to a good-sized storeroom and disabled WC. Access to the store available through a shared delivery entrance.
Double doors lead directly from the main square into the retail space (135sqm/1,453sq ft). Stairs to the rear of the unit lead down to the ground floor.