- A newly built shop located on the site of the former post office.
- Located in the centre of town beneath an attractive modern apartment block.
- Windsor Street is the major stopping point for local bus services.
- Situated between shoppers' car parks and Market Place.
- Lying adjacent to an entertainment area of restaurants, public houses and cinema.
A shop unit located on the site of the former post office in the centre of town. Windsor Street is the major stopping point for local bus services, and lies between shoppers' car parks and the Market Place area, and is also adjacent to an entertainment area of restaurants and public houses around the cinema.
The shop is newly completed to shell finish. There is rear loading through the yard off King Street by the Police Station.
Frontage: 70 ft (21.5 m)
Depth: 88 ft (27 m)
Gross Internal Area: 4,900 sq ft (455 m2)
Use: A1 retail.
Rates: Not yet assessed.
Terms: A new equivalent full repairing and insuring lease of 15 years or more is offered. Consideration to the sale of the leasehold interest will be given.
Tenure: Vacant possession of the leasehold will be given upon completion. The 999 year leasehold commenced in 2007.
SERVICES: Mains electricity, gas, water and drainage. Meters for services are not currently installed in the premises.
VIEWING: Strictly by appointment with Shouler & Son, Wilton Lodge, 1 Wilton Road, Melton Mowbray, Leicestershire, LE13 0UJ. Tel:- (01664) 410166.
Contact: Helen Montague - firstname.lastname@example.org
VAT: VAT will be payable on the rent.
EPC: This building has an Energy Performance Asset Rating Band C. Ref: 0031-0831-6900-0274-0002
The full EPC available on request and downloadable from:
Note: An interest is disclosed under Estate Agents Act 1979.
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