14, Fore Street is at the heart of the historic former market town of Callington, well located within East Cornwall, around 12 miles north from Saltash, A38 and the Tamar Bridge, 12 miles south of Launceston and A30 and at the junction of A388 with the A390, Tavistock to Truro road.
The town is growing rapidly with recent housing and further new housing planned, current population approximately 6000, and well known as 'home' to Ginsters, the largest pasty bakery in the UK, together with a wide employment base.
Callington is also enjoying a revival of real interest in the area's mining potential, with the prospect of reopening the Redmoor mine within the coming 2 years for rich reserves of tungsten and tin.
Nearby occupiers include Lloyds Bank, Bradleys estate agents, a large Spar with butchery and Subway, local traders and the Bull's Head public house .
14 Fore Street Callington, for many years trading as retailer Pridhams Electrical, is a distinguished, part 3 storey and part single storey historic building. The premises offer a wide double retail frontage and display window, with a clear retail area, and useful store to the rear. The store has direct access from a public car park. The access from the car park onto Fore Street is a useful and busy path, being a permissive way, but within the title of this property.
At first and second floors are a number of rooms, used as offices and stores but having possibilities for residential conversion, subject to usual consents.
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