- Prominently Located Two Storey Retail Premises
- Close to Chorley Market and Town Hall
- Competitively price/rental
- Would suit alternative use, subject to planning consent
The property is prominently situated in the centre of Chorley, close to the Town Hall and Market.
Other occupiers in the vicinity include a number of banks, restaurants, public houses and established local, regional and national retailers.
The property comprises a substantial two storey retail premises extending to 7,908 sq.ft.
The ground floor provides predominantly open plan sales area with a small store and office to the rear, with the first floor providing additional sales area with staff/amenity facilities, stores with loading capacity to the rear and a further office/meeting room.
Externally there is a small yard to the rear allowing loading to the upper ground floor/first floor.
We have calculated the net internal area of the property to be as follows:
The property is either available to purchase or lease
To be confirmed
£40,000 per annum.
The property is available to lease for a minimum period of 5 years on full repairing and insuring terms.
The rent to be paid quarterly in advance and exclusive of the costs of occupation, which include business and water rates, electricity and gas.
Each party to be responsible for their own legal costs
The property will have Rateable Value of £42,000 with effect from 1st April 2023.
An EPC is available on request
The figures quoted within these particulars are subject to VAT at the prevailing rate.
Money Laundering Regulations
Please note we are now required to carry out customer due diligence on all purchasers once an offer is accepted, whereby we are required to obtain proof of identity and proof of address of the prospective purchaser
It is understood that all mains services are available to the property.
It is the responsibility of the ingoing buyer/tenant to ensure the services are tested and they adequate for their proposed use
Interested parties are recommended to contact the Planning Department of Chorley Borough Council to discuss their proposed uses in greater detail.
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