A substantial three storey property comprising a self-contained ground floor restaurant with separately accessed and self-contained living accommodation at 1st and 2nd level. The property has formerly been used as a restaurant with separate fast food area during which time the restaurant area accommodated approximately 60 covers.
The premises comprise a single storey detached property of traditional brick construction, with the accommodation totalling 2,993 sqft on a site of c. 0.17 acres. Internally, there is a sales area/ consulaiton room of approximately 614 sqft along with staff area and WCs, with the property currently fitted out for its former use as a funeral...
The property comprises a two storey, above basement, detached building with single and two storey extensions to the rear and side elevations. The Crown & Cushion has brick elevations beneath a pitched slate roof.
This substantial Grade II listed retail building of traditional brick construction provides versatile accommodation over four floors extending to approximately 2,232 sq.ft. (207.33 sq.m.) The property boasts an extensive recessed entrance with dual glazed displays, a large retail area with carpeted flooring, rear managers office and staff...
Oswestry is Shropshire’s third largest town, with the former borough population of around 36,000 and a catchment substantially higher.
These premises are situated in a prime retailing position between The Edinburgh Woollen Mill and the town’s Post Office. Please see the attached traders plan.
The property comprises a detached purpose built supermarket arranged over ground and first floor levels occupying a prominent triangular site. The building is of steel frame and brick construction beneath a pitched roof. The property has been fitted out by the tenant in their usual corporate style.
The property offers a prominent mixed commercial and residential premises, benefiting from separate access to the commercial retail front at ground and basement level and similarly the 2 bedroom flat at first and second floor level.
At ground floor the property offers a retail front with large glazed frontage onto Leg Street, to the rear various...
The property fronts onto the High Street, which serves as the main retail destination for Wem and is a short walking distance from the main car park. Neighbouring occupiers include Natwest, the Relate Furniture Shop and the Town Hall.
This property comprises of a pub/restaurant building offering accommodation across three floors. Originally built as a rectory dating back to the 1750s, the property is of traditional brick construction beneath tiled roofs.
The property provides a former a part two and part single property that has until recently been in use as a veterinary practice. The property provides a Total Net Internal Floor Area of approximately 2,050 ft sq (190.40 m sq). The property provides a variety of office and former consultancy rooms.