An exciting and unusual opportunity to acquire a vacant freehold premises situated within the historic town of Glastonbury. The property was previously occupied by Robert Frith Opticians but may suit a number of alternative uses, such as retail or office type uses, subject to any necessary consents.
The premises are situated towards the northern end of the High Street and within Glastonbury's designated primary shopping area albeit a secondary frontage position.
The internal accommodation is arranged over three floors as follows.
Reception Area/Retail Area (16.16m2), Rear Retail Area (20.28m2). Treatment Room 1/Office (6.01m2). Treatment Room 2/Office 2 (11.60m2) with sink unit. Kitchenette (3.58m2) sink unit with hot water heater over and WC (1.03m2). First floor; Kitchen (9.5m2) fitted base unit and sink. WC (4.87m2) plus airing cupboard and built in cupboard. Office (12.33m2) sink. Second floor; Office/Storage Room (19.42m2) plus over stair cupboard.
Net Internal Area: 85.8m2 (923.5ft2)*
Externally is a good sized rear garden mainly laid to lawn together with a useful outbuilding. The whole site extends to approximately 0.05 acres.
Internal shop frontage circa 3.5m.
The historic town of Glastonbury has a wide range of facilities to cater for all needs and includes shopping, leisure, public houses and restaurants and attracts a large number of tourists throughout the year and particularly during the summer months. Nearby towns include Wells, Shepton Mallet and Somerton. Rail services are available at Taunton and Castle Cary.
Completion has been set for Thursday 19th April 2018 or earlier by arrangement.
Buyers Lot Charge
£450 inclusive of VAT per lot.
Proof of Identity
The successful bidder will be required to produce on the evening of the auction two forms of identification; one photographic and one confirming their address. They will also be required to produce proof of funding.
Located within a Conservation Area. Grade II listed building. Any planning enquiries should be made directly to the Local Planning Authority, Mendip District Council.
Telephone: 01747 854244
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Reserve Price: the seller's minimum acceptable price at auction and the figure below which the auctioneer cannot sell. The reserve price is not disclosed and remains confidential between the seller and the auctioneer. Both the guide price and the reserve price can be subject to change up to and including the day of the auction.