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A former bank has come to the market in Fordingbridge

A former bank has come to the market in Fordingbridge

A former bank with self-contained first floor flat has come to the market in Fordingbridge through agents Woolley & Wallis. 

16 and 16A Salisbury Street, which was formerly occupied by Barclays, comprises a traditional end of terrace property with ground floor retail sales of 625 sq ft and rear ancillary offices of 545 sq ft.  From the shop there is access to the basement which, owing to the sloping site, is at ground level at the rear of the property.  The first floor flat, which is accessed via a side accessway and the rear garden, backs on the river Avon. 

The accommodation is spacious and in need of complete modernisation.  It currently provides 2 bedrooms at first floor level as well as further attic rooms which have potential to provide further bedrooms. 

Subject to obtaining the necessary consents, there is scope to convert the rear offices of the shop in combination with the basement to create a two storey residential unit at the rear with views over the river. 

The property, which is offered freehold at a price of £250,000, has excellent investment/ development potential. 

For further information or to arrange a viewing contact Woolley & Wallis’s commercial office on 01722 330 333.

 
Ron Horton
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Ron Horton

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