An attractive Grade II Listed two-storey commercial property is for sale in Newport town centre.
The property at 34 St Mary’s Street, formerly a restaurant and café bar, is suitable for a variety of commercial uses, as well as potential residential conversion, subject to planning.
Offers in the region of £325,000 are invited by Towler Shaw Roberts for the freehold interest, with the benefit of vacant possession.
The property, which occupies a highly sought after location, provides well-appointed accommodation arranged over two floors, with large seating areas, bar servery, commercial kitchen and toilet facilities on both floors.
Its total internal floor area is 1,887 sq ft, which includes a conservatory/garden room, while gated access to the side of the property leads to an attractive enclosed courtyard area.
Toby Shaw, who is marketing the property for TSR, said: “It’s a most attractive Grade II Listed period building which recently operated as a restaurant/café bar.
“It’s been fitted out for this purpose, providing spacious accommodation with lounge seating to the front, bar servery and main restaurant area on the ground floor, with further seating and kitchen facilities on the first floor.
“The property benefits from gas fired radiator central heating throughout, and is ideally suited for a range of commercial/residential uses, including owner occupation, and potential development, subject to statutory consents.”
Set among a variety of national and independent traders in Newport, the property is located opposite St Nicholas’s Church.
On street car parking is available in St Mary’s Street, with various public car parks close by in the popular Shropshire market town.
Contact Toby Shaw at TSR on (01743) 243900 for further details.
Pictured: Offers in the region of £325,000 are invited for 34 St Mary’s Street, Newport.