- Freehold Commercial yard and premises extending to approx. 0.247 acres (0.10 hectares) or thereabouts.
- Occupying a convenient central location in the heart of the popular village of Highley.
- Suitable for a variety of commercial uses or a development opportunity, subject to planning.
- Guide Price: Offers in the region £150,000 are invited for the Freehold interest with vacant possession.
The property is situated in the centre of the village of Highley, to the northern end of High Street, in a mixed commercial and residential area. The southern boundary of the site adjoins a petrol filling station/garage and the western boundary adjoins residential properties on Blything Court. There are residential and workshop buildings adjoining to the north.
Highley, with a population of around 3,100, is a large, former mining village situated on the west bank of the River Severn, approximately 7.5 miles to the south of Bridgnorth with Kidderminster lying some 12 miles to the south-east.
The village enjoys a rural location, surrounded by open countryside, and the Severn Valley Railway has a station at Highley. The village supports a range of local amenities including a recreation centre, open air swimming pool and a range of shops on the High Street.
The property comprises a secure commercial yard extending to approximately 0.247 acres (0.10 hectares) or thereabouts and is currently used for vehicle repairs and caravan storage. The yard is accessed off High Street via a concrete surfaced driveway which forms part of the property but is shared with a number of adjoining occupiers including Highley Garage. The yard has two gated entrances, is concrete surfaced and securely fenced.
There is a small workshop, Toilet Block and separate steel framed garage building located on the site.
The property is considered suitable for a variety of commercial uses or as a residential/commercial development opportunity (subject to planning)