- Five Storey Grade II listed building
- Offering Residential Conversion opportunity (subject to planning)
- Formerly used as a beauty salon
- Good sized secure parking for 14 vehicles to the rear
Five Storey Grade II listed building
Offering Residential Conversion opportunity (subject to planning)
Formerly used as a beauty salon
Good sized secure parking for 14 vehicles to the rear
About this property
Comprising a substantial five storey late 18th/early 19th centaury property of brick and pantile construction believed to have been originally built as a house, the property is prominently positioned and occupies a good sized plot fronting Hill Street and extending through to the Horsefair service road and the Bus Station.
No27 has formerly been used as a beauty salon and has been fitted out and finished to a high standard. Currently the property is laid to include:-
Extensive basement accommodation - which extends out behind the main property, beneath the original garden is also well fitted out and has been used for hairdressing.
Ground floor which serves as a retail sales shop with treatment rooms and cloakroom to the rear
A fine curved Georgian staircase with overhead lantern light serves the remaining floors.
The first and second floors are set out to include further treatments rooms, staff room, cloakrooms and showers with offices and server room/store to the third floor.
The property is considered to offer potential for numerous alternative uses including residential conversion/part residential conversion subject to meeting planning criteria.
The property is located on the northern side of Hill Street, opposite the Union Street junction and facing directly down to the Market Place, and is close by the Hill Street entrance to the Horsefair Shopping Centre to the east. Along with High Street, Hill Street is one of the two thoroughfares leading to the Market Place.
Hill Street is a secondary shopping area supporting a range of local traders and businesses as well as the local Conservative Club.
Wisbech is a traditional Fenland town situated on the A47, approximately 14 miles west of King's Lynn, and 22 miles east of Peterborough, the regional centre. Wisbech, with a population of 20,000 has a range of shopping facilities, primary and secondary schools and local amenities.
The property has the following (approximate) gross internal/net internal/IPMS 3 floor area.
Entrance Lobby: 3.44 sq m (37 sq ft)
Reception: 36.14 sq m (389 sq ft)
Hair Salon: 21.37 sq m (230 sq ft)
Disabled Room: 10.68 sq m (115 sq ft)
Subtotal: 71.63 sq m (771 sq ft)
Apothecary: 9.29 sq m (100 sq ft)
Store Room: 7.43 sq m (80 sq ft)
Salon: 42.27 sq m (455 sq ft)
Front Room (7 wash stations): 33.26 sq m (358 sq ft)
Further Wash Room: 4.74 sq m (51 sq ft)
Subtotal: 96.9 sq m (1,044 sq ft)
Treatment Room: 12.17 sq m (131 sq ft)
3 Treatment Rooms plus Store: 30.47 sq m (328 sq ft)
2 Treatment Rooms plus Store: 15.33 sq m (165 sq ft)
Subtotal: 67.45 sq m (728 sq ft)
Front Suite: 20.44 sq m (220 sq ft)
Twin Suite with Shower: 19.88 sq m (214 sq ft)
Staff Room: 16.16 sq m (174 sq ft)
Rear Treatment Room: 10.03 sq m (108 sq ft)
Subtotal: 66.51 sq m (716 sq ft)
Office: 9.48 sq m (102 sq ft)
Server Room: 3.90 sq m (42 sq ft)
Subtotal: 13.38 sq m (144 sq ft)
Overall: 316 sq m (3,403 sq ft)
The property is Grade II Listed.
We have not carried out tests on any of the services or appliances and interested parties should arrange their own test to ensure these are in working order.
Main water, electricity and drainage are connected.
Strictly by appointment with the Selling Agent.
It is understood that VAT is not applicable.
Each party will be responsible for their own legal costs incurred in documenting the sale.
EPC Rating C.
The property is offered for sale freehold.