The property is located in a very attractive location on Bridge Street in Evesham, providing excellent access to the local amenities including shops, banks, buses, and a railway station. Evesham is a small market town located on the bank of the River Avon. There are good road connections in place using the Evesham bypass A46, giving quick access to some of the major motorways including M5 and M40. Some larger towns such as Stratford-upon Avon, Worcester, and Cheltenham are some 15 miles away from the town. There are trains every 45–55 minutes to London Paddington that take approximately 1 hour 45 minutes and trains to Birmingham take around 90 minutes (changing at Worcester).
The nearest major airport is Birmingham International about 40 minutes away by trunk roads and the M42 motorway
DESCRIPTION AND ACCOMMODATION
The attractive period property is brick construction. It was formerly a restaurant, although the accommodation is suitable for a variety of commercial uses such as financial advisory services offices, subject to planning. It is a Grade II Listed Building that was built in the sixteen century. It consists of two stories.
The property is offered vacant with various uses and is located to the first floor
In detail, the accommodation comprises:
The first floor extends to 56m²(602.779ft²)
Mains Electricity, water, and foul water drainage are connected to the property. BT is connected to the premises, all interested parties are advised to make their own enquiries and confirm the continuity of the supply.
The property may benefit from rates exemption / reductions dependent on individual circumstances. Prospective tenants are encouraged to contact the Rating Authority to verify all rating information.
TENURE AND LEASE
The expected term of 3-5 years.
To be assessed.
The property is not VAT elected and as such VAT will not be payable on the rent.
Each party to pay their own legal costs.
Car parking spaces are available in public car parks nearby.
The agent understands that the property has A2 use with permitted development for a variety of uses as defined by 1987 Use Classes Order.