Substantial five storey Grade II Listed commercial building offering development potential.
24 High Street is a five storey Grade II Listed Building and has been owned by the Vendor's family for four generations, they first commenced trading within the building in 1901. It is an imposing Grade II Listed Building and subject to consent offers huge potential in our opinion for redevelopment. The rear of the property provides an open outlook over the car park towards the Castle and its grounds. For many years it was the premises of County Clothes. In recent years, the Ground Floor and Lower Ground Floor have been utilised as a Café/Restaurant and the Upper Floors as Offices. However, whilst the front section of the Ground Floor may have to remain commercial (perhaps a Shop or Office), the remainder of the spacious building could perhaps be converted into flats, offices, studios or clinics subject to the necessary consents as stated above. The property benefits from its own parking area is accessed from the public car park at the rear. We understand that the the tenants of the café will vacate upon completion, however, negotiations may be possible prior to the sale with regard to creating a new lease if that is of interest to a purchaser. Dimensions below have supplied by our partner agent, please note that we would recommend that any interested party take their own measurements and not rely on what is provided.
Cafe/Shop - 33'3" x 21'1" (10.13m x 6.43m overall) plus recesses and cupboards, double fronted with large display windows, exposed “beams” and timber floor, counter. Lobby Area - Attractive turning staircases up and down. Cloakroom/WC Kitchen - 13'3" x 9'6" (4.04m x 2.90m) side window, double drainer stainless steel sink, work surfaces etc.. Cafe/Shop - 23'4" x 15'0" (7.11m x 4.57m) window to rear, ornamental coving and rose, counter, spiral staircase down to Lower Ground Floor.
Lower Ground Floor
Hall - Flagstone floor. Cloakroom/WC Kitchen - 11'7" x 6'5" (3.53m x 1.96m) stainless steel sink etc.. Cafe/Office - 35'4" x 12'4" (10.77m x 3.76m) windows and outside door to rear, split level, exposed stone and timber, feature arch, access to... Vaulted Cellar - 14'11" x 10'6" (4.55m x 3.20m). Storeroom - 20'9" x 17'0" (6.32m x 5.18m) flagstone flooring, access to... Vaulted Cellar - Situated under pavement to front.
Landing - Turning staircase to Second Floor. Hall/Office - 12'5" x 12'1" (3.78m x 3.68m) plus recess, side window, two accesses to... Drawing Room/Office - 24'3" x 17'2" (7.39m x 5.23m) plus recess, a beautiful room with three windows to front, ornamental coving and rose. Bedroom(s)/Office - 36'6" x 14'8" (11.13m x 4.47m) side windows plus picture window to rear having outlooks towards the Castle plus French doors to the Balcony, fire escape to rear.
Landing - skylight. Inner Hall(s) Cloakroom/WC Bedroom/Office - 17'0" x 11'10" (5.18m x 3.61m) window to front. Bedroom/Office/Kitchen - 17'1" x 11'9" (5.21m x 3.58m) window to front, stainless steel sink. Bedroom/Office - 21'0" x 13'11" (6.40m x 4.24m) double aspect to rear incorporating Castle views. Bedroom/Office - 15'11" x 9'9" (4.85m x 2.97m) side window.
Access via narrow turning staircase. Tank Room. Studio/Bedroom - 22'10" x 16'6" (6.96m x 5.03m) a character room with sloping ceilings incorporating exposed A frames and skylight etc..
Access from the Castle Lake Car Park behind. Tarmacadam Parking suitable for say three cars but potential to enlarge.
Please contact Guy Thomas Estate Agents on 01646 682342.
Pembrokeshire County Council
Howells Solicitors, Fitzalan House, Ref: Howells Solicitors
Administration Charge - 1.2% inc VAT of the purchase price, subject to a minimum of £1200 inc VAT, payable on exchange of contracts.
Disbursements - Please see the legal pack for any disbursements listed that may become payable by the purchaser on completion.