A substantial high street premises with the main accommodation arranged over four floors, with additional cellarage, store rooms and ladies and gents cloakrooms below. The property currently comprises of a vacant ground floor licensed public bar having access to the attractive enclosed paved courtyard area with servery and additional gated pedestrian access to the side of the property, a first floor restaurant with bar, wc and commercial kitchen, along with a second and third floor four bedroom apartment providing owners/staff accommodation, with private sitting room, kitchen/diner, bathroom and separate wc, along with two further useful attic/through rooms, one being dual aspect and the other having natural light. This versatile property would lend itself for continued use as is, particularly with the public areas being very well presented and ready for the coming holiday season, as a multi-faceted floor by floor investment opportunity, subject to any requisite consents, with some small internal tweaks the internal staircase could be accessed from the rear courtyard thereby giving the potential for a three bed apartment on the first floor, a four bed apartment on the second floor, and a commercial element to the ground floor. Thus providing three potential income streams, or for change of use to a sizeable retail high street premises with accommodation above again subject to any requisite consents.
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2 Cotton Street
t. 01395 275 691
2 Cotton Street
Tel: 01395 275 691
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