Sherborne has a wealth of period attractions including two castles and Sherborne Abbey. Sherborne’s history can be seen throughout the town in its Georgian Architecture built from ochre-coloured ham stone, particularly prominent at the two world famous independent schools; Sherborne Boys and Sherborne Girls, both of which attract pupils nationally and internationally. The town is also known for its high street, uniquely filled with independent and high-street chains alike as well some of the best eateries in Dorset. The A30 runs through the town connecting London to Penzance along with Sherborne railway station with direct routes to London sufficiently serving its population of 10,000.
The property is prominently located at the top of Cheap Street on The Green opposite Amelia Rose Beauty and The Green Restaurant. The property is next door to Save the Children. The Waitrose free car park is a short walk away.
This attractive and distinctive property is Listed Grade II and provides mainly open plan ground floor accommodation.
Historical uses include both office and retail. At the rear of the property is a singular office with French windows overlooking a private garden (not included) together with a WC.