154 High Street, Tewkesbury
Lock-up shop with three upper floors.
The property dates from the late 15th century and comprises a Grade II* Listed Building currently in use as a sandwich retailer with upper floors in storage and staff usage.
EPC: To follow.
Tewkesbury is a historic market town located in north Gloucestershire approximately 10 miles to the north of Cheltenham and Gloucester, 48 miles north of the Bristol, 45 miles south of Birmingham and 105 miles to the west of London.
154 High Street is located close to the landmark of The Cross which forms the roundabout junction for Barton Street, Church Street and High Street, being the three principal retail streets of Tewkesbury centre.
Approximate measurements and Net Internal Floor Areas
Double fronted shop with central recessed access
4.15 x 5.55 m
25.53 sq m (221 sq ft)
There is a cellar beneath the shop. Stairs lead from the shop to:
3.10 x 4.32 m 10.96 sq m
Separate Lobby and WC with wash hand basin
4.21 x 263 m 11.09 sq m
3.00 x 2.23 m (average) 9.73 sq m
3.94 x 2.59 m (to 1.59 m height) 8.70 sq m
Mains electricity, water and drainage are connected.
Source: Valuation Office Agency website.
The premises are assessed at a Rateable Value of £5,900.
Offers are invited to purchase the freehold interest based on £140,000.
It is understood that the property is not elected for VAT but in the event that VAT is payable, the sale price is stated to be exclusive of VAT.
Each party is to be responsible for its own legal costs incurred.
John Ryde Commercial
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