PROMINENT FREEHOLD CORNER COMMERCIAL UNIT IN TOWN CENTRE
- GROUND FLOOR SHOP WITH BASEMENT STORES
- PRIME COMMERCIAL SHOPPING AREA IN TOWN CENTRE
- ACCESS FROM PEDESTRIANISED KING STREET WITH RETURN FRONTAGE TO DUKE STREET
- REAR OF PROPOSED HARBOUR SIDE REDEVELOPMENT
- EXCELLENT QUALITY SPACE, PREVIOUSLY AN ESTATE AGENCY OFFICE
- SITUATED IN POPULAR COASTAL TOWN AND HARBOUR WITHIN CLOSE PROXIMITY TO THE WESTERN LAKE DISTRICT NATIONAL PARK
- POTENTIAL FOR ALTERNATIVE COMMERCIAL USES, I.E. FOOD AND LEISURE
The subject property is situated at the junction of King Street with return frontage to Duke Street in Whitehaven Town Centre. The former comprises the main pedestrianised retail core with a mix of national, regional and local occupiers. Whitehaven is located approx. 40 miles south-west of Carlisle, 42 miles east of Junction 40/M6 Motorway at Penrith and 27 miles west of Keswick. The Western Lake District National Park is nearby with access only 6 miles south-east of the town.
The property comprises a ground floor former shop unit and basement stores. Most recently used as an estate agency, the property has previously been extensively refurbished by the vendor and provides good quality open space, fully glazed shop windows and frontage to Duke Street. The unit is fitted with moderns coms and an in going occupier could begin trading almost immediately.
Mains electricity, water and drainage are connected to the property. The property is heated and cooled via air conditioning units.
The property is offered for sale freehold with vacant possession.
Note: The upper parts of the building do not form part of the sale and are in alternative ownership comprising a flying freehold aspect.
Offers in the region of £100,000
Shop & Premises: £16,250
Interested parties are advised to make their own enquiries of the Valuation Office Agency at www.voa.gov.uk
VAT is not applicable.
The subject property comprises the following approx. areas: –
843 sq. ft. (78 sq. m.)
106 sq. ft. (10 sq. m.)
671 sq. ft. (62 sq. m.)
The property has most recently been used as an estate agency. This falls within Use Class E, enabling the accommodation to be put to alternative business use such as retail, cafe, restaurant and leisure related for example without the need for change of use.
The property is situated in a Conservation Area. Interested parties are advised to check and contact the local planning authority at Copeland Borough Council.
The property has an EPC rating of C73
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Last updated: 12th October 2021 - 2:50 pm