The Property is located in the centre of the village of Christchurch close to other facilities and residential property.
A semi-detached mixed-use property comprising a Ground Floor Retail Unit with ample storage space, extending to approximately 41.7m2 (GIA) and a 3 Bedroom Residential Property extending to approximately 81.2m2 (GIA) with a garage.
Zone A retail space 33.3m2
Storage space 8.4m2
Utility Room 5.8m2
Dining Area 10.4m2
Master Bedroom 13.6m2
Bedroom 2 (with En-Suite) 10.7m2
Bedroom 3 8.3m2
It is understood that the property is connected to mains drainage, water and electricity. The whole property including the Ground Floor Retail Unit, benefits from oil fired central heating. Interested parties are advised to make their own enquiries of the relevant drainage authority and utility companies.
The Retail Unit is subject to Business Rates.
Rateable Value (2017 List): £2,500
Uniform Business Rates 2019/20: £1,227.50
The property may be eligible for Small Business Rates Relief. Interested Parties are advised to check Council, Fenland Hall, County Road, March, Cambridgeshire PE15 8NQ 01354 654321 as to the current rates liability.
It is understood that the property is not elected for VAT.
Each party will be responsible for their own Legal costs.
The current use of the commercial part to the Ground Floor falls within Use Class A1 (Shops), with the remainder of the property falling under Use Class C3 (Dwellinghouse) as defined by the Town & Country Planning (Use Classes) Order 1987 (As Amended).
The garden area to the side of the property is not included in the sale and currently has permission for a two-story three bedroom dwelling to be built.
Planning was granted for change of use from mixed use (A1 and C3) to residential (C3) to form additional living accommodation. F/YR19/0615/F - registered 11th July 2019.
The property will be sold with the benefit of a right of way over the adjoining property, as shown shaded brown in the attached plan
Strictly by appointment with the selling agent, Maxey Grounds.
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