410 High Street, Cheltenham
The property comprises a three storey, semidetached building with a single storey rear lean-to extension.
The building is of rendered and exposed masonry construction, resting under a pitched slate roof behind a parapet wall with single glazed timber framed windows throughout.
The rear extension is of painted masonry construction, resting under a pitched tiled roof. Access is possible through a main pedestrian door and side gate located directly off the High Street providing access to a self-contained rear yard.
Internally, the property is laid out as a retail/takeaway serving area with ancillary kitchens and store to the rear and residential accommodation above. Access from the retail/takeaway servery area also provides further access to the basement.
The property has significant redevelopment potential for a variety of uses, subject to the necessary planning consent being obtained.
The property is located on the southern side of the High Street, a route that links the Tewkesbury and Gloucester Road within the inner Town Centre.
Cheltenham Town Centre and the main retail district is situated a short walk to the East, with the prominent roadside location being enhanced further by the proximity of Gloucestershire University Francis Close Hall Campus.
(Approximate Net Internal area)
Ground Floor: 45.89 sq m (494 sq ft)
First Floor: 37.69 sq m (405 sq ft)
Second Floor: 26.75 sq m (287 sq ft)
Total: 110.33 sq m (1,186 sq ft)
The assessment currently appearing in the Valuation List is as follows:
Rateable Value: £3,350
Rate in £ 2019/2020: 0.491
Residential Council TAX Band 'A'
Prospective occupiers should check with the Local Authority to establish any transitional relief that may be applicable.
Class E 'Commercial, Business and Service'.
Freehold with vacant possession.
All figures are exclusive of VAT where applicable.
Each party to bear their own costs incurred in the transaction.
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