* COMMERCIAL UNIT NOW VACANT WITH FLAT STYLE ACCOMMODATION TO THE FIRST FLOOR
* LARGE WORKSHOP TO THE REAR APPROX. 550 SQ FT
* WILL BE OF INTEREST TO OWNER OCCUPIERS OR LANDLORDS
* LOCATED IN A BUSY PARADE OF SHOPS SURROUNDED BY RESIDENTIAL HOUSING AND EXCELLENT ROAD LINKS.
The commercial unit has accommodation over two floors plus a large workshop to the rear (approx. 550 sq ft). The former post office, shop and premises are available vacant with some of the fixtures and fittings included in the sale. Previously the upper floors have been utilised as a flat by the former post master and offers future potential residential use subject to any necessary consents. This generous accommodation features a variety of rooms and in addition there is a large workshop to the rear with W.C and small kitchen. Gas central heating and part double glazing. Viewing is strongly advised to appreciate the size and layout of accommodation offered.
Blundells Property Auctions
2 Cotton Street
t. 0114 254 1185
2 Cotton Street
Tel: 0114 254 1185
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