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Retail Property (high street) for sale

41-43 High Street, Criccieth, Gwynedd, LL52


Property Description

Key features

  • Recently converted into 3 Shops
  • Prominent High Street Location
  • 754 sq.ft (approx.) Combined Retail Floor Area
  • Detached Garage available by separate negotiation
  • 999 year lease term with 986 years remaining

Full description

Tenure: Leasehold

Sheffield House occupies three prime trading positions on the busy High Street in the popular seaside town of Criccieth and is approximately 200 meters from the promenade and seafront.
The historic castle and seaside town of Criccieth is situated on the southern side of the Lleyn Peninsula. The Castle dominates the town standing high on its rocky perch above the beach. The town has a variety of shops, primary school, restaurants, public houses, golf course, bus and rail links and health centre. The popular harbour town of Porthmadog and the market town of Pwllheli are approximately 3 and 8 miles distance respectively

The ACCOMMODATION comprises: - [all measurements are approximate]

Ground Floor Retail Shops:

Shop 1 41 High Street (Corner Shop) 4.87m x 6.40m (16' x 21') (360 sq ft) and
Basement 7.01m x 3.65m (23' x 12') (270 sq. ft)
This shop is on the corner in a prime position and has one large display window to the
front of the High Street and two large side windows west facing, has high ceilings with
a double door corner ramped entrance. W.C. and small sink. Fitted with new Electric
2 or 1 coin meter. This shop is currently under a three year rental agreement
expires February 2020.

Shop 2 43 High Street 4.5m x 6.4m (15' x 21') (345 sq ft)
This shop has a newly refurbished main area with one large display window to the
front of the High Street and front door with two steps. There is also one overhead
heater/air conditioning unit.

The main shop has a kitchenette area with stainless steel sink unit and electric water heater, small wash hand basin, electric water heater, base unit with worktop. In addition there is a Rear Room 5.63m x 3.83m (18'6" x 12'7") (235 sq.f.t) with a security barred window at the rear. This room leads through to a Lean-to-Workshop/Room 3.09m x 3.45m (10'2" x 11'4") with security barred window,corner 'Belfast' sink. Shop fitted with a new electric 2 or 1 coin meter.

Small rear enclosed yard - currently part of Shop 2.

Shop 3 (Barber Shop) 4.26m x 3.83m (14' x 12'7") (180 sq ft)
Currently run as a Barber Shop which would come with a long lease as part of the sale.

It is positioned at the rear of the Shop 1 around the corner on the hill and with its own side pedestrian access with a good sized window display. Recently refurbished and turned into a Barber shop.

Detached Garage / Parking 9' wide at front and 15'6" wide at rear x 19' long
At the rear of the premises there is a detached garage with rear access also. The sale of the garage can be negotiated with the Vendor if of interest to the purchaser (currently sold separately)

Services: Mains water, electricity and drainage

Tenure: Leasehold (999 years) with an unexpired term of 988 years

Detached Garage available by separate negotiation

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