• Prominent Grade II listed town centre property
• Ground floor corner shop and separate self contained flat
• Potential for a range of uses
• Good position within the town centre
• Traditional and bustling edge of Lake District market town
Penrith is a market town located on the north east edge of the Lake District with a population of around 16,000 and catchment population of around 45,000. Major retailers in the town include Burtons, Argos, Morrison’s, B & Q, Booths, Sainsbury’s, Aldi, W H Smith, Boots and Sports Direct. The property is prominently situated on one of the main arterial routes into Penrith town centre at the corner of King Street and Crown Square.
The property comprises a Grade II listed end terrace building with the accommodation including a ground floor corner shop and upper floor flat on two levels accessed via a separate side door.
Shop sales area 31.7sqm (341sq ft)
(Including partitioned storage area)
Flat - First Floor
Stairs from Ground floor Entrance door to
Living Room (3.53m x 4.58m)
Kitchen (4.54m x 1.81m) with base units, stainless steel sink unit and gas cooker point.
Landing with Airing Cupboard (including gas fired boiler and tank) and access to attic
Bedroom 1 (5.52m x 2.77m)
Bedroom 2 (2.56m x 3.56m)
Bathroom with bath, WC and wash hand basin
All references to areas and dimensions are deemed to be approximate.
We are advised that mains water, electricity, gas and drainage are connected to the property. The flat has gas fired central heating. No warranty is given regarding the working order of any appliances or services referred to in these particulars.
We are advised the property is freehold.
The flat is let on an AST at £495 pcm.
Description in list: Shop & Premises
Rateable Value: £3,750
Council Tax (flat): Band A
The property qualifies for 100% small business relief.
Fixtures and Fittings
Any items in the nature of fixtures and fittings not referred to in these particulars are excluded.
Prospective purchasers or tenants should satisfy themselves that their proposed use complies with all planning regulations by making inquiries with the local planning authority.