The four storey building provides retail accommodation at ground floor and first floors, whilst the 2nd and 3rd floors provide basic storage space.
A significant part of the ground floor is single storey beneath a flat roof, which provides potential for additional development.
The building benefits from vehicular access to the rear, off Malthouse Place.
The building is located in Broad Street, a pedestrianised shopping street in Worcester City Centre, adjacent to the Crowngate Shopping Centre.
Broad Street is home to a number of national and local retailers, banks, and coffee shops, including Laura Ashley, HSBC, Caffe Nero, Boston Tea Party, New Look and Mountain Warehouse.
Worcester is a Cathedral City with a population of just over 100,000 on the banks of the River Severn.
Worcester is readily accessible by road, rail and air. Junctions 6 and 7 of the M5 provide easy access to the motorway network and Birmingham airport whilst the City has 2 railway stations, Foregate Street and Shrub Hill. A new Station, Worcestershire Parkway has been constructed close to J7 of the motorway, which will provide sustainable access to regional and national destinations including the south-west, north-east, London and the Thames Valley.
The City has a thriving and expanding University, first class rugby and cricket teams, a picturesque racecourse adjacent to the River Severn and an active arts scene.
It has an excellent retail, restaurant and cafe offering with the CrownGate Shopping Centre and the recently developed Cathedral Square as the focal destinations although there are a number of historic streets in the City providing a wide range of independent boutiques and restaurants. ( Agency Pilot Software ref: 104159 )