Commercial Property for saleCullompton, Devon
Sold STC 2,000 sq. ft. | £200,000
- 2,000 sq ft (185 sq m)
- Purpose built premises offering 2064 square feet of space
- Over two floors plus basement store
- 40' x 24' Banking hall incorporating two internal offices
- 12' x 8' Vault
- Almost 500 square feet of first floor space
- Brand new heating boiler has just been installed
- For Sale Freehold or To Let
Purpose-built former commercial bank premises prominently situated in the centre of the town offering potential for a variety of uses (subject to the necessary consents).
Cullompton is a growing former market town with a current population of around 8,500. Conveniently located just off junction 28 of the M5 the town lies within 13 miles of the Cathedral City of Exeter, 19 miles Taunton and just 6 miles from Tiverton.
From Exeter take the M5 northbound to Cullompton and exit at Junction 28. Follow this road (Station Road) to the traffic lights at the end and then turn left onto the High Street. As you drive through Cullompton you will see the property on the right hand side just before Tiverton Road. It is the old HSBC bank building.
12.22m x 7.54m
Ramp from main door for disabled access. Five large wooden sash windows arranged along front, side and rear. Six radiators. High ceiling with decorative beams, cornicing and architraves. Boxed neon lighting. Door to back office.
3.48m x 3.01m
Two large wooden sash windows to front and side. Two doors opening into banking hall. Neon lighting.
3.94m x 2.38m
Door made by Chatwood-Milner. Striplighting.
Steps to basement and first floor. Emergency exit opening onto High Street.
Doors off to kitchen, utility room and wash room. Cupboard. Barred sash window to front.
3.59m x 2.44m
Cupboard and shelving. Floor mounted cabinets with roll edge worktops and sink. Single point gas boiler. Air hand dryer.
Low level WC. Window to rear.
3.63m x 2.69m
Wall and floor mounted cabinets with roll edge worktops. Circuit board. Window to rear. Radiator. Door to ....
3.63m x 1.62m
Don't trust the Bankers? Why not buy your own bank?
With interest rates low and bankers apparently more keen to get their bonuses than to lend money maybe its time to buy (or rent) your own bank and make some money! According to the agents, these former bank premises, in the Mid Devon town of Cullompton, could be changed to a variety of uses (subject to the necessary planning permission , of course) that may prove far more profitable. Prominently situated in the centre of the town which lies just off the M5 only half an hours drive from the Cathedral City of Exeter the building was until recently the home of HSBC bank until along came the recession and the banks realised that they werent making any money! Bad news for the bank staff but a great opportunity for investors or local businesses to turn the attractive but currently redundant building to better use. Possible uses might be a restaurant, coffee shop or café, or maybe offices or specialist retailer. Who knows? It might even end up as estate ag (truncated)
3.49m x 2.85m
Two windows to side. One window to front. Wash hand basin. Single point gas boiler. Air hand dryer. Separate WC cubicle with low level WC.
BOILER / STORE ROOM
4.9m x 2.52m
Condensing boiler. Heating controls. Low level wall separating boiler room from storage area.
Please note that the vendor of this property is connected to Wilkinson Grant & Co.
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