- Retail Property (High Street)
The premises are prominently situated in an established trading position, close to the town's pedestrianised area amongst a number of local and national concerns including Domino's Pizza, India Red, The Blue Bear, etc. The property is also conveniently situated for Abbey Street Public Car Park together with all other town centre amenities including bus and railway stations. Nuneaton is the largest town in the Nuneaton and Bedworth Borough Council Area with a borough population of 125,252 (2011 Census).
These freehold premises are constructed principally of brick with accommodation arranged over three floors and comprise a ground floor shop (until recently trading as a take-away) with outside wc, and a separate ground floor studio flat at the rear (accessed via a passageway from Abbey Street). Please note that the two flats on the upper floors (known as 107a and 107b Abbey Street) have been sold on 999 year leases with effect from 1 November 1981, each paying a peppercorn rent (£1.00)). Prospective purchasers/occupiers should rely on their own enquiries with the Local Authority as to whether planning permission, any licences, etc, are required for their proposed use. Please note that the shop has an Energy Performance Asset Rating within Band D; the ground floor studio flat at the rear has a rating within Band G.
Ground Floor Shop: 556.00
Ground Floor Flat: 353.00