Floor Area: Type:
– Attractive small lock up shop
– Centrally located in Cullompton
– A great opportunity to start a small business
– Frontage of 3.6 metres and internal width 2.94 metres and a depth of 6.55 metres
SITUATION AND AMENITIES: (please note that distances are approximate):-
Occupying an important prime retail position close to the centre of the country town of Cullompton (population approximately 8,000) which is within an area identified for major growth. The town centre also serves the large and expanding village of Willand which is within 2.5 miles and has a wide rural catchment area stretching up the Culm Valley.
Extensive residential and commercial development is taking place in Cullompton and with more planned and therefore growing retail demand is expected.
The City of Exeter is 13 miles and Tiverton 6 miles.
LOCK UP SHOP
With a frontage of 3.6metres (11’10”) to Fore Street, an internal width of 2.94m (9’8”) and a depth of 6.55m (21’6”), attractive bow window, new carpet laid.
Rear/Ante room/Store Room 2.44m (8’) x 3.66m (12’) including WC with lobby.
Main water, electricity and drainage are connected.
Rateable value – £4950. Full rates payable would be £2,371 for the year but most businesses will qualify for small business relief which will result in no rates being payable, at least up until March 2019.
The premises are available on an internal repairing and insuring basis of a rent of £3,900 per annum (£75.00 per week) for a medium to long term. The tenant will be responsible for the maintenance of the shop front.
The tenant will be responsible for the costs of drawing up the lease (£330.00).
By arrangement with Thorne & Carter.
CONDITION OF PROPERTY:
Kindly note that for letting purposes neither the lessee nor Thorne & Carter have had a survey carried out. Consequently no warranty can be either given or implied as to the condition thereof nor of any of the appliances, equipment, fixtures or fittings. Should assurance on condition be required, a prospective tenant is advised to obtain verification from their own independent research and enquiry.