Tudor Galleries, 69 Wyle Cop, Shrewsbury, Shropshire
Offers in Region of  £695,000

  • Handsome three storey Grade II* Listed retail building extending in total approx. 5,023 sqft (466.69 sqm) retaining a number of attractive period features
  • Comprising a substantial ground floor sales area with imposing glazed frontage, having further generous retail accommodation to the first floor and private living quarters to the second floor, providing scope for conversion subject to planning permission
  • Highly sought after location within the heart of Shrewsbury Town Centre amongst a variety of independent and boutique retailers
  • Available For Sale inviting offers in the region of £695,000 for the freehold interest with vacant possession upon completion

The property is ideally situated fronting Wyle Cop, one of the main pedestrian and vehicular routes into Shrewsbury Town Centre. Wyle Cop is a popular trading location supporting a variety of niche and independent retailers including a number of fashion, beauty, jewellery and other specialist retail occupiers within the immediate vicinity. The main High Street and retail area of Pride Hill are only a short walking distance away whilst Tanners Wines, The Lion Hotel and Wyle Cop’s 24 hour car park are all nearby.

Shrewsbury is the County Town and Administrative Centre of Shropshire, strategically located at the intersection of the main A49 and A5 trunk roads, approximately 47 miles North West of Birmingham, 15 miles west of Telford and 40 miles south of Chester.

Description

This substantial Grade II* Listed retail building of original timber framed construction is arranged over three floors and extends in total to approx. 5,023 sqft (466.69) including a mix of single and two storey additions of traditional brick construction to the rear.

The property provides an extensive ground floor sales area with attractive glazed frontage together with additional spacious retail accommodation to the first floor and private living quarters to the second floor.

A number of period features have been retained within the property including an attractive main staircase and stained glass windows.

The property offers scope for a variety of commercial uses and the potential for residential conversion to the upper floors with independent access from Bowdler’s Passage.

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