The property is located on the south side of Castle Street, which serves as one of the main thoroughfares in the town centre of Shrewsbury and a secondary trading location in the town's retail hierachy. The property benefits from a prominent position fronting onto Castle Street and being within close proximity to the prime retail pitch of Pride Hill. The property is located at the junction of Castle Street with School Gardens. The nearby occupiers consist of Barclays Bank, St Nicholas Bar and Grill, Marks and Spencer and H and M.
Shrewsbury is the County Town of Shropshire and is an established tourist and market town and the town centre benefits from numerous listed buildings. The town had a population of 71,715 at the 2011 Census. The town is located 9 miles east of the Welsh Border and serves as a commercial centre for Shropshire and mid- Wales with a retail output of over £299 million per year. The town is located approximately 48 miles west of the City of Birmingham, approximately 44 miles south of the City of Chester and approximately 53 miles north of the City of Hereford.
The town benefits from proximity to the A5/M54 and this provides access to the national road network.
The property comprises of a well let commercial investment property consisting of a ground floor lock up shop with basement which is currently trading as Dough and Oil.
The property was converted by the vendors in 2017 to a high quality which can only be appreciated upon undertaking an internal inspection of the property. The premises are well fitted out by the tenant occupier.
The property comprises of part of a part four, part two and part storey end terraced property with basement area.
The entire ground floor and part of the basement area is currently occupied and trades as Dough and Oil Restaurant who have undertaken a high quality extensive tenant fit out that can only be appreciated by undertaking an internal inspection of the shop unit.
The commercial premises benefits from a full glazed shop front onto Castle Street and benefits from a limited outside seating area via a street licence.
An inspection has to be carried out to have a full understanding and appreciation of the size and quality of the subject property.