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- Prominent 3 storey commercial premises
- High levels of passing trade
- Ready for immediate takeover
- Close to public car parking
- Roller shutter
- Rates: £1300 per annum
- For Sale or To Let ( contact office for details )
Prominent commercial premises with continuous pedestrian and vehicular passing traffic. The premises have been used as a hair salon, computer repairs and retail. There is a large ground floor area with three rooms to the first floor and two rooms on the second floor.
36'0" x 12'4"
Glazed front shop front with roller shutter
Open plan with toilet facilities and wash hand basin to rear
11'8" x 6'9"
11'2" x 7'9"
13'4" x 11'2"
13'4" x 11'2" Two velux windows
7'9' x 6'9"
This property is also available to let with a short or long term lease available. Contact our office for details.
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