The property comprises an attractive Grade II Listed period building, which dates from the late 18th century. The main three-storey structure is of part rendered solid brickwork beneath a pitched tiled roof and retains a number of period character features to the front elevation, including glazed bar sash windows with painted stone sills and lintels, shell segmental heads and moulded stucco eaves. There is a two-storey section to the rear of similar construction, with a more modern flat roof extension beyond.
Internally, the ground floor accommodation has been split to provide two self- contained retail units known as 38A and 38B, each having a glazed shop frontage onto St Mary's Street.
To the rear is a larger commercial premises, which is currently arranged over three floors and has latterly been utilised as a day care centre and nursery. There are WC and kitchen facilities on each floor. Externally, there is an enclosed garden area to the rear of the building and a vehicular access via Water Lane And a generously sized car park.
The property itself occupies a mid-terraced position on St Mary's Street, situated just off the end of the High Street. The building falls within Newport Conservation Area and overlooks St Nicholas Church.
Newport is an attractive market town situated on the Shropshire/Staffordshire Border. The town is located approximately 6 miles north of the town of Telford, 12 miles west of the town of Stafford and 25 miles north east of the County Town of Shropshire. The town had a population of 11,387 at the 2011 census. The town lies approximately 9 miles from the M54, which provides access to the national road network.
Mixed use investment opportunity
Substantial Grade II listed building extending to 3,969 sq ft (369 sq m)
Accommodation over three floors with garden area and large car park
Popular town centre location overlooking St Nicholas Church
Significant redevelopment potential as residential subject to planning permission
( Agency Pilot Software ref: 48963 )