Substantial character property located in centre of historic cathedral city
A substantial two-storey terrace property benefiting from a prominent frontage to Castle Street and courtyard access to Blue Boar Row. The original parts of the property date back to c.1594 and retain numerous character features. The property is under pitched tile roof with gated service yard to west side and customer yard to the south. Internal Description The property is configured as follows. Ground Floor Castle Street entrance leads to bar area with flagstone floor and central atrium and mezzanine level. Towards the rear of the property is a raised customer section with access to the courtyard. Ancillary space includes customer secondary kitchen, customer WCs, cold room, storage and office. First Floor There is scope to use a large former function room which benefits from a separate bar servery and customer WCs. Ancillary space includes split level trade kitchen and wash-up area, storage, staff WCs and break-out room. Further rooms are available. Accommodation The second floor comprises a good sized reception, kitchen and bathroom with lobby circulation area. The attic floor contains four bedrooms.
Please enquire via the sole letting agents. All viewings to be conducted in strict adherence with UK Government and RICS guidance.
36 Blue Boar Row is located in the historic market and cathedral city of Salisbury approximately 31 miles west of Winchester and 40 miles south west of Bath. The property occupies a central position opposite Salisbury Market and Market Walk and a short distance from the Maltings car park. Food and beverage operators in the immediate area include Giggling Squid and Zizzi. The area also comprises a wide range of retail and professional services properties. The area is administered by Wiltshire Council.
Leasehold: Rental offers are invited for the benefit of a new free of tie lease with terms to be agreed.
The property is entered in the 2017 Rating List with a Rateable Value of £42,500. The standard multiplier for 2021/21 is £0.49. Please visit gov.uk for up-to-date rating information.
Planning & Conservation
We understand the property is Grade II listed and located in the Salisbury Conservation Area. Parties should make their own enquiries as to the permitted Use Classes.
Fixtures & Fittings
The majority of loose fixtures and fittings have been removed.
The property benefits from a licence permitting the sale of alcohol at the following times: • Monday to Thursday 11.00 - 00.00 • Friday & Saturday 11.00 - 01.00 • Sunday 12.00 - 23.30
The property has an EPC Rating of C-69.
The property is currently closed. Viewings can be arranged strictly by appointment with Savills. All viewings will be organsied and conducted in line with UK Government and RICS guidance.
Salisbury (0.4 miles)
Dean (7.3 miles)