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Welcoming to the market this excellent town centre premises which fronts onto Market Street.
The subject extends over three floors with the opportunity to extend to the rear of the building. The premises will suit various uses due to its ideal location and easy access. Other major retailers within close proximity include, Primark, Trespass, Gordons and Boots Chemists, Carphone Warehouse and Vodafone to name a few.
- MODERN COMMERCIAL PREMISES
- ARRANGED OVER 3 LEVELS
- IDEAL TOWN CENTRE LOCATION
- FRONTAGE ONTO MARKET STREET
- AMPLE CAR PARKING FACILITIES WITHIN WALKING DISTANCE
- SUITABLE FOR VARIOUS COMMERCIAL USES
- SINGLE STOREY EXTENSION TO REAR GRANTED AUG 2019
Ground Floor – 16.73m x 3.65m
Kitchen – 3.06m x 2.27m
Toilet – 1.84m x 1.46m
First Floor – 6.26m x 3.95m
Second Floor – 6.31m x 3.96m
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