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For Sale£675,000.00
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For RentROA

61 High Street, Odiham, RG29 1LF

Land, General Retail, Retail - High Street, Retail - Out of Town, Commercial Land, Retail , 2552 Sq Ft
Property type: Land, General Retail, Retail - High Street, Retail - Out of Town, Commercial Land, Retail
Tenure: To Let, For Sale Freehold, For Sale Leasehold
Size: 2552 Sq Ft
Price: £675,000.00
Rent: ROA
Location: 61 High Street, , Odiham, RG29 1LF

Attractive Grade II Listed property with development potential (STP)



Location

The historic town of Odiham is located in North East Hampshire approximately 8 miles south east of Farnham. Junction 5 of the M3 motorway is easily accessible 1.5 miles to the north. The property is situated on the south side of the High Street which forms the main retail thoroughfare within Odiham. Occupiers close by include The Co-operative, Strutt & Parker, Kings Restaurant, El Castello, McCarthy Holden Estate Agents, The Bell & Dragon Restaurant, McCalls and Peregrine travel.



Description

The property comprises an attractive and imposing Grade II Listed building with column fronted entrance. Internally the ground floor comprises mainly open plan accommodation with a small amount of office space and staff facilities housed in a single storey extension that wraps around the side and rear of the premises. At first floor level there is a large self contained two bedroom flat accessed via a small shared garden. The building also benefits from 1 allocated parking space in the communal car park to the rear.

Potential

Of interest to an officer occupier, restaurant operator, estate agents, D1 user or a retailer. The building will also appeal to residential developers/investors looking to create a single dwelling or convert the ground floor into flats subject to planning permission.

Terms

The building is available for sale freehold or alternatively our client may consider letting. Further details on application.
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