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- Modern Retail Unit of c. 2,075 sq ft
- Coffee Shop Planning Consent
- REDUCED RENT
Additional InformationPrime high street location within the towns retail core, benefitting from a high level of pedestrian footfall and passing vehicular traffic.
Benefits from planning consent for coffee shop use (granted 09/12/15) and also suitable for a wide variety of retail / office / showroom uses (subject to any necessary planning consent).
Currently comprises a modern open plan retail unit (c. 25 sq ft frontage) with glazed shop front and electric roller shutter with part concrete / part wooden flooring, suspended ceiling and recessed lighting with rear store, kitchen, office, WC and first floor store.
Secured rear access for loading / unloading is available via Castle Place.
Nearby occupiers include Menarys. Knotts Bakery, Wardens, Gerry Webber, Café Nero, Danske Bank, Mauds and Mackey Opticians.
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