Stamford is a prosperous, historic market town renowned for its many listed, stone buildings and popular with tourists, visitors and shoppers. The town is situated adjacent to the A1 with Peterborough some 12 miles to the south east and Grantham approximately 20 miles to the north.
The property occupies a prominent position on the South side of St Mary’s Street, close to St Georges Square and Stamford Theatre and opposite St Mary’s Vaults
This property consists of two adjoining and inter-linked buildings, 28A & 28B.
28A was originally a house and 28B was we understand a former stable. The properties are separated at ground floor level by a covered passage / right of way which leads to a number of dwellings at the rear. A room over this covered passage links the buildings at first floor level.
28A comprises on the ground floor of an entrance hall with office reception off, a photocopier room and a disabled toilet in the centre of the building and a further office at the rear with side door to rear yard. To the right of the entrance hall there is a kitchen / former garage and a corridor with door to the covered passage. On the first floor there are two meeting rooms at the front of the building and a further meeting room at the rear. Male and female toilets are located in the centre. A passage and door lead through to 28B. Outside, there is a small enclosed yard at the rear of 28A
28B comprises on the ground floor of a large reception room accessed directly off St Mary’s Street and the side property with storage cupboards and stairs at the rear, together with separate rear access. On the first floor there is a single large room used for meetings. The property could revert to retail which is what it was previously used for.
Enquiries have been made of SKDC Planning who have indicated that the conversion of the building to one or two dwellings should be forthcoming, subject to the appropriate planning consents being granted. Alternatively the building is considered suitable for some form of commercial use perhaps as a dentist or offices, again subject to the appropriate planning consents being granted.
A Fire Alarm System is installed throughout and the kitchen is to commercial standard with ventilation and extractor systems.
We understand that mains water, electricity, gas and drainage are connected to the premises. None of these services, or any other plant and equipment has been tested by Richardson and prospective occupiers must rely on their own investigations as to their existence and condition.
BUSINESS RATES/COUNCIL TAX
No assessment found.
Interested parties should make their own enquiries of South Kesteven District Council as to the amount of rates payable.
We understand that the property will not be charged on the purchase price.
The property is for sale freehold with full vacant possession at a price guide of £750,000.
Important note. The vendor is relocating to larger premises in the town which are not yet ready for occupation. The vendor is prepared to agree a sale and exchange contracts in due course but will not be able to complete the sale and give vacant possession until January 2019.
Each party is to be responsible for its own legal costs incurred in the transaction.
For further information or an appointment to view please contact the sole selling agent Andrew Leech and Callum Dickinson at Richardson on 01780 762433 or email: email@example.com