The property is prominently located on the eastern side of High Street in the Georgian market town of Wisbech. Locally known as the Capital of the Fens, Wisbech has a population of around 30,000 and is a market town of great character and historical importance.
Wisbech lies approximately 23 miles from Peterborough, 39 miles from Cambridge and 55 miles from Norwich. The A47 Trunk Road between Norwich and Leicester passes around the southern and eastern side of Wisbech.
The property comprises a two storey retail premises with a wide frontage onto High Street extending to approximately 249.4m² Net Internal Area (92.0m² ITZA). The Ground floor comprises of a large Retail Area, Storage space and WCs. The First Floor comprises a Large Storage Area.
Ground Floor Retail Space: 130m²
Ground Floor Storage/Ancillary: 10.6m²
First Floor Storage: 108.8m²
Mains drainage, electricity and water are understood to be connected. Interested parties are advised to make their own enquiries of the relevant drainage authority and utility companies.
The property is offered To Let on a new Lease, for a period to be agreed, on a Full Repairing and Insuring Basis and contracted out of the Security of Tenure provisions of the Landlord and Tenant Act 1954 Part II.
The Tenant will be responsible for all outgoings in addition to the rent and will be required to reimburse the Landlord for the cost of insuring the premises.
Rateable Value (2017 List): £19,250
Small Business Rates Multiplier 2021/22: 49.9p
Estimated Business Rates: £9,451.75
It is understood that the property has not been elected for VAT. Should the rent become subject to VAT this will be payable in addition to the rent.
Each party will be responsible for their own legal costs.
The property is currently in use as a retail unit under Use Class E (Commercial, Business and Service) as defined by the Town and Country Planning (Use Classes) (Amendment) (England) Regulations 2020.
Strictly by appointment with the agent Maxey Grounds.
For further information please contact Alan Faulkner or Tom Jupp.
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