About this property
The Grade II listed period property comprises a C18 house converted to offices, shop and separate garden flat, being of painted brick elevations, under a pantile roof
The property is of two storeys with attic and basement to the marketplace and three storeys with small, enclosed south facing garden to the rear off Back Street.
The picturesque town of Reepham has a population of 2,709 (2011 Census) and is situated in the Broadland district of Norfolk, approximately 12 miles northwest of Norwich, and 13 miles south of Holt.
The property is situated on the south-western side of Market Place, with additional access to the rear off Back Street. Reepham has a good range of local shops and amenities, to include the Dial House restaurant and hotel, pubs, coffee shops, butchers, pharmacy and Spar shop.
The accommodation is as follows:
m2 / ft2
Sales 23.78 / 256
Kitchen 4.37 / 47
Rough Storage 27.50 / 296
Total 55.65 / 599
Offices 40.51 / 436
Store 6.60 / 71
Lobby 4.55 / 49
Offices 67.63 / 728
Rough Storage 41.5 / 447
Total 160.82 / 1,731
Shower Room and WC
29.54 / 318
246.0 / 2,648
Business rates will be the responsibility of the occupier. The premises have the following assessment:-
Shop & premises
Offices & premises
Due to the low RV figures, an occupier may be eligible for Small Business Space relief, and effectively pay zero business rates.
Council Tax Band
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.
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.
The freehold of the property, subject to and with the benefit of the two leases, is available at a price of £375,000