- Imposing Grade II* Listed period detached building arranged over three floors with basement storage and extending in total to approx. 7,400 sqft (695.9 sqm) including a two-storey former Stable Block to the side.
- The property provides spacious and versatile accommodation set in its own attractive gardens and grounds having generous private car park at the rear with further parking to the front and side of the Stable Block.
- Occupying a prominent position in this pleasant mature location within walking distance of Shrewsbury Town Centre and other amenities.
- The property provides a rare opportunity to acquire a prestigious headquarters office building or as a residential conversion or similar scheme, subject to planning.
- The property is offered for sale by private treaty inviting offers around £1.5 million for the freehold interest with the benefit of vacant possession upon completion.
Abbey House is a substantial Georgian property dating from the 1720’s and was originally built as a gentlemen’s residence for a Thomas Jenkins, the Sheriff of Shropshire at the time and has been subsequently converted and adapted for its current use as professional offices.
This imposing Grade II* Listed period detached building is arranged over three floors with basement storage in addition and extends in total to approx. 7,400 sqft (695.9 sqm) including a two-storey former Stable Block to the side.
Whilst having been adapted to satisfy modern office requirements, the property retains a host of period features including an impressive entrance hallway with wide sweeping staircase, timber wall panelling, stone feature fireplaces, cornice ceilings and moulded architraves. The property also benefits from gas fired radiator central heating, carpeted floor finishes and w.c. facilities.
There is a generous private car park at the rear with further parking to the front and side of the Stable Block.
The property is set in its own attractive gardens and grounds with a number of established trees and a raised lawned area at the rear.The property provides spacious and versatile accommodation and offers a rare opportunity to acquire a prestigious headquarters office building or as a residential conversion or similar scheme, subject to planning.
The property occupies a prominent position facing the original section of Abbey Foregate on the northern side of the historic Abbey Church adjoining the junction with Whitehall Street and Horsefair, in a pleasantly mature location within walking distance of Shrewsbury Town Centre and other amenities.
The County Town of Shrewsbury is situated on the banks of the River Severn and is the main commercial and administrative centre of Shropshire leading into Mid-Wales.
The Town is experiencing rapid growth and offers a unique blend of cultural, educational and economic opportunities in one of the most beautiful parts of the Country with excellent road and rail communications.
The Town is strategically located at the intersection of the A49 and A5 main trunk road being approximately 15 miles west of Telford, 30 miles from Wolverhampton and 50 miles from Birmingham.
Chester is within 40 miles of the north and Hereford is about 50 miles to the south.
The town has benefitted from the opening of the Shrewsbury bypass which forms part of the A5 trunk road and connects to the M54 motorway and the national motorway network to the east, extending west to North and West Wales.
The Town is well served by rail connections to neighbouring towns and beyond to the national rail system having a direct service to London Euston.