- Forming part of this iconic landmark building the available premises range in size from 190 sqft to 8,450 sqft
- Occupying a prominent elevated position adjacent to the railway station and within a short walking distance of the central retail area of Newtown.
- Flexible open plan accommodation suitable for a range of uses (subject to planning).
- Onsite car parking available
- Available to let on flexible lease and rental terms.
The Royal Welsh Warehouse is a iconic landmark building dating from 1879, originally Built For Pryce Jones, founder of the worlds first mail order business in 1859. The premises extends to circa 80,500 Sqft, with high ceilings and traditional features throughout.
The property has since been adapted and converted to provide flexible open plan commercial business space arranged 6 Floors with onsite car parking. The property is currently let to a variety of tenants, with the accommodation currently available being located on the Ground and Second floor.
The accommodation is considered suitable for a variety of uses subject to planning.
The property occupies a prominent, elevated position adjacent to the Newtown railway station and within a convenient walking distant of the main retail centre of Newtown and other amenities. The property is well located just off Old Kerry Road, and close to the main A489 Trunk Road, which in turn links to the Newtown bypass.
Newtown is centrally located in Mid Wales and is the principal economic and administrative centre for the area being situated approximately 30 miles west of Shrewsbury and the M54 and 40 miles east of Aberystwyth and serves a wide catchment area.
The town has a large and developing commercial/industrial base and has also benefitted from the recent opening of the Newtown Bypass. The town also has a mainline rail station on the Cambrian Line from Shrewsbury to Aberystwyth and Machynlleth to Pwllheli.