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1st October 2019

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By Elliott Halliwell

Surveyor

Hadlands

GIVEN the significant level of demand for investment properties, it is hardly surprising that there has already been a great deal of interest in a period town centre retail unit in Daventry.

The property at 15 Sheaf Street comprises a three-storey traditional brick-built Victorian building with a large single-storey extension to the rear, with a total size over three floors of 750 square feet plus basement accommodation.

Planning permission has been granted for the conversion of the upper floors to residential accommodation.

Externally, the property has an ornate Victorian shop front with timber window frames, fascia and doors in keeping with the conservation area in which is it located, where some properties back as far as the 17th century. The interior has period features including exposed timber joists and floorboards and a large, traditional fireplace. Offers in excess of £120,000 are invited.

Available to let is a retail unit/shop front office on the ground floor of Vine Cottage in Squirrel Lane, Duston. Situated in a sought-after location, the unit, within an attractive stone-built character building, offers 400 square feet of space and is available to let on a new lease at an asking rent of £10,000 per annum.

Also available are retail premises in a prominent corner position Kingsley Park Terrace in Northampton. Currently used as a beauty studio, the 890 square foot unit enjoys a large residential and commercial catchment area. . The property is suitable for a variety of uses subject to planning and is available on a new lease at £15,000 per annum.

Two town centre properties, with the potential to be combined into one larger unit, are available in Northampton. Both 75 and 75A Abington Street offer ground floor retail space with offices/storage above and would be suitable to a variety of uses subject to planning.

The ground floor of each unit offers between 1,600 and 1,700 square feet. There is potential for the units to be combined to provide a substantial 3,000 square foot ground floor retail unit. Ancillary office or staff facilities are provided on the first floor, and there are loading doors to the rear.

Flexible terms and incentives can be provided and the property may be suited to a variety of uses subject to planning.

The units are situated on Northampton town centre's busiest main shopping street, close to Tesco, Burger King, BBC Radio Northampton and Sports Direct.

Find out more about these and other properties available through Hadland Chartered Surveyors by calling 01604 639657, or visit the website www.hadlands.co.uk

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