Substantial commercial premises
An imposing, former banking premises recently vacated by Barclays, the property is a substantially built in attractive red brickwork with parapet, double mahogany entrance doors and double hung sash windows. The open-plan banking hall provides tall, elegant space with decorative cornice and natural ceiling lights. There is DDA access from Bridge Street.
To the side are two individual offices, side entrance with cloakrooms/staffroom beyond. To the rear of the Banking Hall is open plan office with strong room and stores to the side.
The property occupies a superb town centre location on the southern side of Bridge Street next to the Market Car Park and the main Wales Court Precinct and opposite the TSB precinct leading to the Morrisons Supermarket. There is on-street car parking outside.
Downham Market is a traditional Norfolk market town situated in the west of the county on the A10, some 10 miles south of the sub-regional centre of King's Lynn and 35 miles north of Cambridge. The town has a population of approximately 10,000 and serves a much larger catchment area covering the outlying villages and has experienced considerable new house building over recent years with further expansion planned for the future. There is a good range of public amenities including infant, middle and high schools, health facilities, swimming pool, library etc. The town benefits from a main line rail station on the King's Lynn to London line (London King's Cross 1 hour 20 minutes approximately).
Rare Freehold Opportunity in Town Centre Location
Large elegant former banking hall with DDA access
Retail, office, restaurant/bar, clinical or other use potential stp
Car parking/external seating potential
( Agency Pilot Software Ref: 425195 )