A double-fronted, multi-storey, c. 18th century, retail/office building established in Use Class A2 Financial & Professional Services but with A1 Shops use permitted, with two front entrances (one unused) and a pedestrian side access to the rear.
The historic market town of Wantage, a formally designated and rapidly enlarging ‘Growth Town’ along with nearby Grove, located in affluent southern Oxfordshire approximately 15 miles southwest of Oxford.
The building is prominently located in the town’s main shopping area amidst good quality anchor occupiers including Boots, Holland and Barrett, NatWest, Subway, Domino Pizza, Card Factory and Fat Face.
Unconditional offers in the region of £300,000 are invited for the freehold interest.
We are awaiting confirmation as to whether the premises are elected in for VAT purposes and therefore whether VAT is payable in addition to the purchase price.
Rateable Value (April 2017) - £20,750. Small Business Rate Relief Multiplier 2017/18 is x 0.466 = £9,669.50 payable.
Mains water, electricity and drainage are connected. Telephone/broadband by subscription.
Local planning and rating authority
Vale of White Horse District Council
135 Eastern Avenue, Milton Park, Abingdon OX14 4SB. Tel: 01235 520202
By prior appointment with the sole agent Green & Co, during usual business hours Monday to Friday. Tel. 01235 763561 ref. RH or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
There is a free/short term shoppers’ car park to the front of the building.
Wantage is situated at the junction of the A338 (A420 to M4) and the A417 (A420 to A34) in southern Oxfordshire, approximately 6 miles west of the A34 Milton interchange near Didcot.
The building is in the town centre on the corner of Market Place and Newbury Street, immediately left of Nationwide BS. Post code OX12 8AB.
1. The building is Grade 2 Listed and lies within the town’s designated conservation area.
2. Viewing of the attic space must be conducted with all due care and attention please.
3. Vacant possession can be given on completion.