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6 Duke Street, Whitehaven

Cumbria, CA28 7EW - UNDER OFFER

Walton Goodland

agency@waltongoodland.com 01228 514 199
6 Duke Street, Whitehaven

LARGE RETAIL STORE WITH SUBSTANTIAL HIGH VISIBILITY RETURN FRONTAGE

  • SUBSTANTIAL THREE STOREY GRADE II LISTED PROPERTY IN BUSY PROMINENT TOWN CENTRE LOCATION
  • LARGE FLOOR/CEILING RETAIL WINDOW DISPLAY TO DUKE STREET & TANGIER STREET
  • ANCHOR POSITION AT END OF KING STREET – PRIME SHOPPING AREA – SHOP FRONT FACES DIRECTLY DOWN KING STREET
  • UNIQUE REDEVELOPMENT OR CONVERSION OPPORTUNITY – S.T.P.

Location

The property is located at the junction of Duke Street and Tangier Street occupying a corner site position fronting the main traffic thoroughfare though Whitehaven town centre. Importantly the property effectively anchors the north end of King Street, the town’s main pedestrianised shopping core. It is also within close proximity to the harbour where there are significant re-development plans for mixed use scheme. Whitehaven is situated on the west coast of Cumbria, approximately 40 miles from access to the M6 motorway at junction 40, being within close proximity to the western fringe of the Lake District National Park. Recently there has been substantial office development in the town with more scheduled to come from the nearby Sellafield nuclear plant.

Floor Plans & EPC

ACCOMMODATION

The property comprises the following approximate areas:-

GROUND FLOOR

Retail

2,887 sq ft (268 sq m)

FIRST FLOOR

Retail

2,928 sq ft (272 sq m)

SECOND FLOOR

Retail

2,928 sq ft (272 sq m)

ATTIC

Stores

883 sq ft (82 sq m)

BASEMENT

Stores

1,410 sq ft (131 sq m)

RATEABLE VALUE

Shop and Premises – £28,500

Interested parties should make their own enquiries of the Valuation Office Agency at www.voa.gov.uk.

SERVICES

Electric, Water and Drainage are connected to the property.

PRICE

Offers in the region of £200,000, exclusive.

TENURE

Freehold with Vacant Possession

VAT

To Be Confirmed.

VIEWINGS

Strictly by appointment only.

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Last updated: 31st May 2019 - 10:28 am