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6 Church Street, Diss, Norfolk
Letting information:Furnishing: Not Specified
Diss is a thriving market town in the Waveney Valley with a population of approximately 7,500 and a catchment area of 50,000. It has a wide range of services and amenities including a mainline railway station serving Norwich, Ipswich and London Liverpool Street. There are also excellent road links to Norwich and Ipswich via the A140, and Bury St Edmunds/A14 via the A143.
Market Place is the prime retail area in the town and hosts a weekly market every Friday. Dolphin House is located adjacent to the Post Office and nearby occupiers include Boots the Chemist, Halifax Building Society and Holland & Barrett.
Dolphin House is a heavily timbered Grade II listed building dated from the 16th century. It comprises a number of occupiers including an Indian restaurant, a jewellers and a hair salon. 6 Church Street is a ground floor lock-up shop measuring 18sqm / 198sqft.
For a term to be agreed.
One quarter's rent.
Repairs and Insurance
Internal repairing and insuring terms plus service charge for maintenance of the building.
Mains water, electricity, gas and foul drainage are connected, Shared WC with Indian restaurant.
The Lessee is to be responsible for all outgoings including Business Rates.
To be confirmed
South Norfolk Council
Applicants will be required to complete a credit check at a cost of £25 plus VAT per applicant.
The Lessee will be responsible for the Lessor's reasonable legal costs in the preparation of the lease.
Strictly by arrangement with the sole letting agents T W Gaze LLP, 10 Market Hill, Diss, Norfolk IP22 4WJ
Contact: Oliver Chapman MRICS
Telephone: 01379 650468
Contact: Will Wright
Telephone: 01379 650468
The building is subject to a forty year old restrictive covenant preventing alcohol sales from the premises. The landlord has taken out an indemnity policy to protect occupiers who wish to use the premises for these purposes.
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