Located in the centre of the historic market town of Sherborne
Former Bank Premises
Permission for conversion to two apartments and café/
Freehold for Sale
87-89 Cheap Street comprises two buildings which adjoin one another. 87 Cheap Street relates to the former Midland Bank Building located on the corner of Cheap Street
and Long Street. 89 Cheap Street is a former shop unit. Both are Grade II listed buildings.
The property currently provides a banking hall, offices kitchen and stores at ground floor level and WC facilities and store rooms at first floor level.
Planning permission was granted in December 2019 for change of use of the building from bank (A2 use) to restaurant/cafe (A3 use) & 2no. residential flats (C3 use).
The proposal is to convert the ground floor of the corner building into a restaurant/café, the first floor of the building into a 1no. residential flat with roof terrace and the
ground floor shop unit at no.89 into a 1no. residential flat.
Plans of the proposed conversion are attached and further details are available from the sale agent
Planning permission was granted in December 2019 (Reference Application No:WD/D/19/000555)
Full Information is available on the Planning Website for West Dorset and further information is available from the Sale Agents
Mains Water, Electricity Gas and drainage are understood to be provided to the property.
The property as shown for identification purposes on the attached plans is available to purchase freehold with vacant possession.
The property is available at a sale guide of £200,000
VAT will not be charged on the purchase price
2017 Rateable Value £19,500
The property has an EPC rating of “D” Further details available from Sale Agent