This impressive period property is situated in the prime office location within Crediton and overlooks one of the most attractive parts of the town, Parliament Square. Market Street is characterised by a mix of Period and contemporary buildings with other occupiers including Veitch Penny Solicitors, J T Stapleton Accountants and Mid Devon District Council. The area has recently been enhanced by the creation of a new Town Square (known as Parliament Square), and the development of additional retail units and two good quality coffee shops around it. Haines Watts chartered accountants have recently opened an office on Parliament Square.
7 Market Street is an attractive and substantial three storey mid-terraced property of traditional brick construction beneath a pitched roof. The main Post Office has been located here for many years and forms an important hub for the local community. The Post Office counter premises have recently undergone a major refurbishment and modernisation and provide an exceptionally well-presented ground floor unit. The ground floor is self-contained and has its own metered supply of gas, water and electricity. Central heating is provided by a gas boiler located at the rear of the premises.
The upper floors are separately accessed with their own dedicated entrance and stairwell from Market Street.
The first floor provides five individual rooms, comprising one storage room and four offices which are let on annual business leases to the occupiers whose details are provided below under the Tenancy Schedule.
Guide Price: £395,000 is sought for the freehold interest with the benefit of the current tenancies within the commercial elements of the property and vacant possession of the flats.