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141 High Street, Tredworth, Gloucester

The property dates from the 19th Century and comprises an end terrace two storey building of brick construction with a rendered finish under a traditional pitched tiled roof with a parapet wall on the front elevation.

To the rear of the main building are two brick-built storage buildings, one resting under a pitched slate roof and the second under a corrugated clad roof, which has a wire mesh securing the front elevation.

Internally, the main building provides offices on both the ground and first floor, with storage areas, staff room and WC facilities.

Vehicle access is available to the rear yard off Morton Street.

The property has an EPC Rating of D. Certificate Reference No. 9290-9917-0393-1290-0084.


The property is situated on High Street, a suburban shopping area serving the densely populated residential area of Tredworth, approximately 1 mile to the south-east of Gloucester City Centre.

The property occupies a site on the corner of Morton Street.

Tredworth High Street boasts several predominantly local retailers with many of the shops being converted from Victorian residential premises. Access is available to the M5 at Junctions 11 and 12 via Tredworth Road which is a busy route from the City Centre to the ring road.


(All dimensions are approximate)

Main Building


Entrance Lobby

Main Office: 20.4 sq m (219 sq ft)

Office 2: 12.9 sq m (138 sq ft)

Office 3: 14.3 sq m (154 sq ft)

Store 1: 9.4 sq m (101 sq ft)

Store 2: 2.7 sq m (30 sq ft)



Office 4: 10.3 sq m (110 sq ft)

Office 5: 12.5 sq m (135 sq ft)

Store 3: 7.2 sq m (78 sq ft)

Staff Room/Kitchen: 10.2 sq m (110 sq ft)


Total Area of Main Building: 99.8 sq m (1075 sq ft)

External Stores

Basement: 16.3 sq m (175 sq ft)

Ground Floor Store: 16.5 sq m (177 sq ft)

Open Fronted Store: 77.8 sq m (837 sq ft)




The entries appearing on the Valuation Office Agency website is as follows:

Rateable Value: £5,400

Rate in £ 2020/2021: 0.499

Prospective occupiers are advised to make their own enquiries of the Local Authority to establish the position in respect of the inheritance of transitional relief.


The property has been used in recent times as offices and storage which fall within Class B1 (Now Class E) and B8 of the Use Classes Order 1987.

Other uses permitted within Class E include A1 (Retail), A2 (professional services) and A3 (restaurants and cafes), B1 (offices) and some elements of D2 (Assembly and Leisure).


The property is offered freehold with vacant possession.


Under the Finance Acts 1989 and 1997, VAT may be levied on the sale price. We recommend that the prospective purchasers establish the implications before entering into any agreement.

Legal costs:

Each party to bear their own costs incurred in the transaction.


Ash & Co 

Simon McKeag: 07737 691453

Harry Pontifex: 01242 255242

Fraser Mitchell: 01452 300433

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