391 Kings Road, London, Greater London, SW10 0LR

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A purpose-built retail unit on ground and lower ground with a rear enclosed yard off Ann Lane.

The unit will require fitting out.

There is full width front window with central entrance and the ground floor also has high level windows at the rear.

The lower level has 2 WC’s and a kitchenette area and is mostly to open plan.

There are pavement lights to the front.

35 High Causeway, Whittlesey, Peterborough, PE7 1AN

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Self-contained lock up shop with prominent road frontage within Whittlesey Town centre. Arranged over ground and part first floor, the property is being refurbished and will provide an open plan sales area, rear storage, WC and small kitchenette, and additional storage area at first floor. The property is suitable for retail uses within Class E. 100% Small Business Rates relief applies. Available from end of May 2023.

4 Old Hall Street, Liverpool, Merseyside, L3 9RQ

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The property comprises part of the lower ground floor of 1 Tithebarn a multi storey office building on the corner of Tithebarn Street and Chapel Street in Liverpool City Centre.

The property has a prominent ground floor entrance and display window with stairs leading down to the accommodation.

The property comprises a former William Hill Bookmakers and is currently fitted out accordingly offering front of house counter and customer toilets.

50 Ipswich Street, Stowmarket, Suffolk, IP14 1AD

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Prominent town centre ground floor retail unit with glazed frontage. The property is of brick-built construction predominantly open plan retail space with a small kitchenette and WC located to the rear. There is access for loading to the rear of the property. The property is undergoing refurbishment and will be finished to a good standard, further details to be provided.

35-37 Otley Road, Shipley, West Yorkshire, BD18 3QA

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Prominent former bank with redevelopment potential.
Prominent corner position.
Central location opposite the Shipley train station.
Suitable for a variety of uses (STP).

Bridge Street, Peterborough, PE1 1HA

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Self contained lock up shop premises in a busy pedestrianised location within Peterborough City Centre. Ground floor sales area with basement storage/potential additional sales area, WC’s and small kitchenette facility. Rear loading from St Peters Road. Other occupiers in the area include WHSMith, B&M, Waterstones, Oodles, Specsavers and Yours Clothing, amongst others.

St. Marys Street, Stamford, Lincolnshire, PE9 2DS

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The premises comprise a large ground floor shop unit with a further four rooms at first floor level and basement and second floor storage. The first floor is considered suitable for retail and has been used for this in the past. The premises has exposed beams and stonework and a number of other attractive features in the main retailing areas.
There is a WC and small kitchen area in the basement.

Ground Floor, Market Square, St. Neots, Cambridgeshire, PE19 2AA

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58 Market Square comprises a town centre corner building located within the main Market Square. The ground floor has been comprehensively refurbished to provide a double aspect retail unit with full height display windows.

The property has most recently been used as a wine bar and café with 50 covers, kitchen and a bar and benefiting from separate male and female WCs, but would be suitable for a range of alternative uses including both license and leisure premises, financial services as well as retail use.

To the rear of the main restaurant is a courtyard and garden providing up to a further 30 covers.

Located off the courtyard garden is a separate building prodviding cellar storage rooms with flexible accommodation above, which could provide further seating or private function room but has most recently been used as a bakery.

Longmoor Lane Methodist Church, Walton Vale, Liverpool, Merseyside, L9 2BU

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The property comprises a church and separate detached church hall occupying an irregular shaped site.

The church is detached and predominately single storey and dates from approximately 1881 of traditional red brick construction with sandstone window sills with the main building having a pitched slate roof and lower height areas also with slate covering.

Internally the church comprises the main hall and ancillary rooms and in addition a first floor balcony area and small rear basement.

The separate church hall is a detached single storey building with brick elevations under a pitched roof. Internally in comprises sports hall, stores, kitchen and ancillary toilets benefitting from a gas central heating system.