Location The property forms part of a small terrace of properties having frontage to Hanover Street, within 200 yards of the town centre. The recently constructed jubilee 2 swimming baths and leisure facility is within 20 yards and there are a number of public car parks close by.
Description A traditional mid terrace late Victorian property originally constructed as a private residence and more recently used as a hairdressing salon with living accommodation above. The property briefly comprises a ground floor reception area leading to the salon with washing stations and WC beyond. At first floor level are two further rooms currently providing living accommodation. There is a small yard area to the rear which backs onto a large public car park.
Accommodation Ground Floor Reception area: 116 sq. Ft. Salon: 189 sq. Ft. WC: -
First Floor Room 1: 116 sq. Ft. Room 2: 121 sq. Ft.
Total nia: 542 sq. Ft.
Services All main services are connected. Gas fired central heating installed. No services have been tested by the agents.
Terms Available freehold, subject to contract and with vacant premises upon completion.
Outgoings Business rates
An enquiry of the Valuation Office confirms the following: Rateable Value:£2,425 Rates Payable:£1,190.68 (19/20) Note: If you qualify for Small Business Rates Relief you will be entitled to a 100% exemption.
VAT The sale price is not subject to VAT.
Planning Having been used as a Hair Salon the property has an A1 (Retail) use clam order. Subject to planning the property may need attention uses to include offices (B1) or residential (C3).
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