The property is located in a busy central location within Ipswich town centre opposite Greggs & Trespass Outdoors and in the vicinity of numerous national multiple retailers include Primark, Marks and Spencer, Card Factory and Moss Bros.
The property provides well configured accommodation on ground and first floors – approximate areas below. Also included is a compact, detached rear building which could be refurbished and used for a variety of interesting uses STPP.
|Sales||1,238 sq ft||115.0 sq m|
|Ancillary||157 sq ft||14.5 sq m|
|Store||661 sq ft||61.4 sq m|
|First Floor||315 sq ft||29.2 sq m|
|Second Floor||350 sq ft||32.5 sq m|
The property has a rear yard accessed from Crown Street with parking for 2 cars or vans.
The property is offered for sale, freehold with vacant possession, seeking offers in excess of £300,000.
The property is not elected for VAT. The sale will not be subject to VAT.
We understand from the Valuation Office Agency website that the property has a current rating assessment of £18,500 with effect from 1 April 2023. Interested parties are advised to make their own enquiries.
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ANTI MONEY LAUNDERING
In accordance with Anti Money Laundering Legislation, the purchaser will be required to provide proof of identity and address to the selling agents prior to solicitors being instructed.
Each party to be responsible for their own legal costs incurred in the transaction.
Francis Darrah for themselves and as Agents for the proposed Vendor(s) or Lessor(s) give notice: 1. That they do not make or give either in these particulars or in negotiations or otherwise any warranty or representation whatever in relation to the property. 2. Any plan attached to these particulars is for identification purposes only and all measurements are given as a guide and no liability can be accepted for errors arising therefrom. 3. The property being open to inspection any intended purchaser must satisfy himself as to the accuracy of these particulars and he will be deemed to have full knowledge thereof. 4. No liability can be accepted for any misstatement, omission or errors in these particulars. 5. These particulars do not constitute an offer or Contract or any part thereof.