The Victorian Spa Town of Llandrindod Wells stands within the historic boundaries of Radnorshire on the England/Wales Border. The town is the home of Powys County Council Offices and has its own Railway Station and a population of in excess of 5,000.
The subject property is one of many stunning Victorian buildings which adorn the town centre. Whilst the ground floor is currently operating as a restaurant/café bar known as “Worth Your Salt” the building has historically been known as Temple Chambers. In the past having been both solicitors offices and a bank. It is a prominent corner site in an elevated position standing four stories tall and having a feature rotunda end. Its stands at the junction of South Crescent which overlooks the towns main park and Middleton Street which is the towns main “High Street” in which all the banks and principal businesses are located. The property is not listed but it is located in a conservation area.
At ground floor is a restaurant/café bar and across first, second and third floors are extensive accommodation offering 14/15 bedrooms which are currently unfurnished. There is excellent external trading area.
Is accommodation included?:
New free of tie lease with first years annual rent of £18,000