- Well-appointed first and second floor offices forming part of an attractive Grade II Listed building extending in total to approx. 1,336 sqft (124.14 sqm).
- Attractive premises featuring exposed brickwork and beams, providing a combination of individual and open plan office rooms with separate kitchenette and staff facilities.
- Occupying a convenient Town Centre location within short walking distance of the prime retail areas and public car parks.
- Guide Price: Offers in the region of £150,000 are invited for the freehold interest with vacant possession upon completion.
The property is situated in Drayton’s Passage, a pedestrianised walkway between Shoplatch and Market Street in the centre of Shrewsbury, being within a short walking distance of Pride Hill, the town’s pedestrianised prime shopping thoroughfare and close to various pay and display car parks.
Shrewsbury is the historic County Town and main administrative centre of Shropshire and is located at the intersection of the main A5 and A49 trunk roads approximately 12 miles west of Telford, 45 miles North West of Birmingham and 45 miles south of Chester.
The property comprises an attractive Grade II Listed freehold office building arranged over two floors above the Hole in the Wall Public House and extending to approximately 1,336 sqft (124.14 sqm).
There are external steps to the front elevation giving access to the first-floor offices which provide three individual office rooms and a walk-in store. The second floor provides a further single open plan office with separate kitchenette and male and female toilets.
The internal accommodation is well appointed having plastered decorated walls, exposed timber beams, carpeted floor finishes and electrical storage heaters.
The building is suitable for a range of commercial uses with potential for residential conversion (subject to planning permission).