Windsor House, Windsor Place, Shrewsbury, Shropshire
Guide Price  £825,000

  • Imposing Grade II* Listed Georgian building occupied by commercial tenants.
  • Potential to convert into residential premises (STPP).
  • Eighteen room office accommodation with ample cellar storage.
  • Accommodation arranged over five storeys and retaining a wealth of original features.
  • Offers in the region of £825,000 are invited for the freehold interest subject to and with the benefit of the existing tenancies.

Situated in one of Shrewsbury’s most popular residential areas, Windsor House is a fine property of significant local historic interest. Currently occupied by a number of commercial tenants, it is believed Windsor House was built circa 1768 as a private residence for John Windsor, a notable local solicitor. It passed to his son, Edward Charles Windsor, who was High Sheriff of Shropshire in 1781.

The building is currently used for high-end serviced office accommodation, with a number of businesses occupying individual rooms with a shared reception.

It is understood that the property has an established use within the Class B1 (offices) of the Town & Country Planning Order 1987.

The inside of the building retains an almost completely original late 18th Century interior including ornate timber panelling, period fireplaces and original staircase. It is believed to be the first time since 1938 that this historic building has come to market, making this a rare Shrewsbury commercial opportunity.

Located in Shrewsbury town centre, Windsor House is situated on Windsor Place overlooking St Mary’s Church to the South and the River Severn and Shropshire Hills to the East.

Shrewsbury features an extensive range of shopping, fine dining, museums and a theatre. The Quarry Park is close by and holds numerous events throughout the year including the annual Flower Show.

Windsor House is well placed for a good selection of schools including Shrewsbury School, Shrewsbury High School for Girls as well as St Winefride's.

The A5, a short distance away, provides excellent links to the Northwest via Oswestry and to the East onto the M54 and the national motorway network. A direct train service is available from Shrewsbury to London. International airports can be found at Manchester, Liverpool and the East Midlands.

 

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