The property is prominently located in the centre the village of Parson Drove close to other local amenities including a public house, primary school and doctor's surgery.
Parson Drove lies approximately 7 miles west of Wisbech, approximately 8.5 miles north of March and approximately 16 miles east of Peterborough.
A former Petrol Filling Station with Vehicle Repair Garage and Shop on a plot of approximately 0.3 Acre. The building is of brick construction with a fibre cement sheet roof with a concrete forecourt to the front and side.
The Petrol Filling Station has been fully decommissioned and the fuel tanks have been filled with concrete.
The neighbouring residential property, Lemon Tree House, is also offered For Sale by the same Vendor.
Shop (13.6m x 4.5m) Ground floor retail unit with double glass shop front with timber front entrance door. Additional entrance to the side. Opening through to Storage Area. Doors through to Workshop.
Storage Area (9.3m x 2.1m)
Workshop (13.6m x 11.8m maximum measurements) Concrete floor with installed inspection chamber and brake rollers. Four-post electric car ramp. Stairs to timber mezzanine providing storage. Timber bi-folding doors measuring 3.1m high to side to allow vehicular access. Door to Secondary Workshop.
Secondary Workshop (6.3m x 4.9m) Concrete floor. Timber double doors to side to allow vehicular access. Door to Storage Area.
Storage Area (4.9m x 2.0m)
The property is accessed directly from Main Road. There is a concrete forecourt to the front and side providing ample Off-Road Parking
Mains water and electricity (3-phase) are understood to be connected. Non Mains Drainage.
The property is offered For Sale Freehold at a Guide Price of £150,000 with Vacant Possession upon completion of the Sale.
Rateable Value (2017 List): £7,200
Small Business Multiplier (2018/19): 48.0p in the £
Estimated Business Rates (2018/19): £3,456 per annum
The property may be eligible for the Small Business Rates Relief, interested parties are advised to make their own enquiries of Fenland District Council.
It is understood that the property has not been elected for VAT.
Each party will be responsible for their own legal costs incurred in the Sale.
The site was previously used as a Petrol Filling Station which is a Sui Generis use, with part used as a Vehicle Repair Garage (B1) and part used as a Shop (A1) as defined by the Town & Country Planning (Use Classes) Order 1987 (As Amended).
Interested parties are advised to make their own enquiries of Fenland District Council Planning Department as to their intended use of the property.
It is the responsibility of the purchasers of Lemon Tree House to erect a fence along the boundary between the two properties within 2 months of completion of their purchase. The boundary from the highway to in line with the front of Lemon Tree House is to be close boarded timber fencing and no more than 0.75 metres high. From in line with the front of the house to the rear existing fence is to be close boarded timber and 1.8 metres high.
Viewing strictly by appointment only with the Agent.
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