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21a The Green, High Street, Broadway, Cotswolds

A bay fronted ground floor shop forming part of a two-storey building of Cotswold stone construction under a pitched tiled roof.

Internally, the premises benefit from a tiled floor, redecorated walls and ceilings, underfloor heating and a combination of pendant and spot lighting on tracks.

Nearby traders include Landmark, Slate Clothing, The Broadway Deli and many independent cafés, fine dining restaurants, antique shops, and fine art galleries.

The village is also home to the famous Lygon Arms Hotel which now includes a newly opened James Martin restaurant and gastro pub.

EPC: The building has an energy performance rating of E (110). Copy available upon request.


Broadway is a picture-perfect village, known as the 'Jewel of the Cotswolds'. The village, which lies midway between Evesham and Moreton-in-Marsh, provides a gateway for exploring the Cotswolds and notably sits on the Cotswold Way.

Broadway was a major coaching route in the 17th century. Today, Broadway is a very popular tourist destination, renowned as much for its honey-coloured stone properties, wide grass-fringed tree lined main street (the 'broad way') and its art galleries, antique shops, museums, hotels, and tea rooms.

Broadway is about 9 miles from Moreton-in-Marsh which is on the main railway line to London Paddington (1hr 40mins).

The subject premises are prominently situated fronting The Green on the High Street. The bay fronted shop is located at the entrance to Cotswold Court (covered shopping mall) which links the main car park for the village with the High Street.


The approximate dimensions and net internal floor areas are as follows:

Internal Width: 5.25 metres (17 ft 3') max.

Shop Depth: 11.76 metres (38 ft 9')

Sales Area: 47.53 sq m (512 sq ft) approx.


£26,700 per annum, exclusive.


Mains electricity, water and drainage are connected.


Available by way of a new fully repairing and insuring lease for a term of years to be agreed, incorporating annual rent reviews based on RPI indexation.

Business Rates:

Rateable value (from April 2023): £13,750.

The above information was obtained from the Valuation Office website.

Interested parties should make their own enquiries of the billing authority Wychavon District Council to verify the current rates payable. Transitional relief may be available.

Code for leasing business premises (2020):

All tenants should be aware of the Code for Leasing Business Premises and are recommended to seek professional advice relating to this, or any, commercial property letting transaction.


We are advised that VAT is not currently charged on the rent (or insurance). Please note that all figures quoted are exclusive.

VAT may be payable on the rent, or any other charges or payments detailed.

All figures quoted are exclusive of VAT and intending purchasers must satisfy themselves as to the VAT position by taking appropriate professional advice.

Legal costs:

Each party to be responsible for its own legal costs in connection with the transaction.


KBW Property Consultants 

01242 244744 

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