Hilton Smythe is delighted to welcome to the market this substantial investment property in Hucknall, Nottinghamshire. The property was a former convenience store and it has been in our client's careful hands since 1988. Only now is it being offered to the market due to our clients` personal circumstances.
The property is situated within a densely populated residential area, making it an ideal retail business, should a new owner desire. The property has huge scope for growth and would benefit greatly from an owner who can invest into the property and re-build the former business, or the property would lend itself to many other opportunities.
The owner's accommodation was originally two houses with two entrances and could be converted back into two 2 bedroom flats, subject to the correct planning permission, which could be let out.
The property boasts 107 sq. metres of floor space, is very well maintained and decorated to a high standard. The ground floor consists of the former sales area, two store rooms and a kitchen. To the first floor lies two sitting rooms, a dining room, a kitchen, a family bathroom and a single bedroom. The second floor offers two single and two double bedrooms.
This is an excellent opportunity for a new owner to bring this property back to its former retail glory, early viewing must come highly recommended to avoid disappointment.
This substantial investment property is located in Hucknall, Nottinghamshire.
The property lies on the busy Portland road, which leads on to the main high street into Hucknall town centre. The town centre is a short 10-minute walk away from the property, and around the same distance to the nearest train station. The property benefits from having a pedestrian crossing directly outside, as well as a large park and school just a short walking distance away.
Hucknall is a town in Nottinghamshire in the district of Ashfield. The town has an approximate population of 30,000. Hucknall is 7 miles north-west of Nottingham on the west bank of the Leen Valley, on land which rises from the Trent Valley in the south to the hills of the county north of Kirkby-in-Ashfield. The Whyburn or 'Town Brook' flows through the town centre, and Farleys Brook marks its southern boundary.
Double fronted terraced corner premises, briefly summarising:-
The building was formally 2 houses with 2 sets of stairs and doors, it is currently opened up as one large family home but could easily be closed off again to 2 bedroom flats. The building has doubled glazed windows throughout.
The ground floor consists of the former main sales area, which is very spacious, offering the possibility of many different retail opportunities.
The area also has an open storage area to the rear of the shop and has access to an additional store room. A second rear door leads to kitchen area and stair access to accommodation with rear door access to yard area.
The first floor is made up of 1 single bedroom with access to shower room, 2 sitting rooms both with gas fire places, dining room, kitchen, family bathroom, 1 set of stairs leading down to separate external entrance for number 127, and a further 2 sets of stairs up to the 2nd floor.
The second floor is made up of 2 single bedrooms and 2 double bedrooms.
A gated yard area with vehicle access and parking area for 1 vehicle is situated to the rear to the premises, to the front of the premises is ample street parking.
The premises is alarmed and has security shutters on the windows and door.
We are advised freehold.
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