This retail unit/restaurant (A1/A3) is located in a prime position on HenleyonThames Market Place, close to the crossroads of Bell Street, Duke Street and Hart Street. Nearby retailers include Starbucks, The Square, Superdrug, Harrods Cafe, Joules, and HSBC and NatWest banks.
£35,000pa exclusive for the whole. Separately: no. 21 £16,500pa exclusive and; no. 23 £18,500pa exclusive. All under an effectively full repairing and insuring lease of negotiable term. A formal tenancy application is required, from which references will be requested at a cost to the prospective tenant of £120.00 incl. VAT.
The subject property is situated in a prominent position on the High Street fronting The Covered Market and close to the junction with Cornmarket Street. Nearby occupiers include Whistles, Jack Wills, Jigsaw, Caffe Nero, Paul, Hotel Chocolat, David Clulow, All Bar One and the new Ivy Restaurant which is due to open shortly.
The property comprises a mixed use masonry constructed building arranged over two floors built in the mid 17th Century.
The property is located on High Street in Wallingford in Oxfordshire close to the junction of St Martins Street and Castle Street.
Heyford Park is a new settlement in North Oxfordshire and an established employment centre close to Bicester and the M40. There are currently 875 dwellings, which will extend to c.3000 dwellings and 7000 people by 2031 within the parish.
Occupying an excellent spot near the Radcliffe Camera and the Old Bank Hotel, the property boasts an attractive, characterful, frontage and sits at the ground floor of the Grade II listed 90 High Street.
Henley is an attractive market town within Oxfordshire, approximately 7 miles from Reading, and 7 miles from both the M4 and M40 motorways. Retailers closeby include Monsoon, Starbucks, WH Smith, Fat Face, Crewe Clothing and Sainsbury's Local.
The property itself was constructed in 1939 to the designs of Sir Hubert Worthington and Gilbert T Gardner, in the Oxford vernacular, and offers an element of period charm often not seen in modern retail units.
A prime corner position on Oxford's sought after Turl Street.
The property comprises a prominent ground floor shop and basement. To the rear of the property is a courtyard garden and directly outside to the front is a designated delivery dropoff point and a short walk from the main town centre car park.
The premises will adjoin a new Sainsbury’s Local convenience store located on the north western quadrant of the roundabout at the junction of Warwick Road B4100 and Dukes Meadow Way at the entrance to the new Miller Homes development and close to further new developments by Persimmon and Davidson Homes which in total will bring some 800 additional...