Located on the edge of the town centre, a mid terrace listed building which in recent years has been used as a massage/injury specialists as well as for pilates classes. The building has been extensively refurbished and is laid out with reception area, 3 treatment rooms and staff facilities on the ground floor and with a pilates studio and additional treatment room on the first floor.
It is therefore well suited for a continuation of the existing or a similar therapy/beauty use. Alternatively, it could be easily adapted for use as offices, retail, salon, treatment etc subject to any planning consent needed.
The county town of Carmarthen acts as the main retail and administrative centre for the majority of South-West Wales, including specialist therapy and similar uses. It accommodates not only a full range of local, many high quality, traders, but also many national names including Marks & Spencer, Boots and W H Smith along with a modern shopping precinct which includes a Cinema and variety of restaurants. The town also accommodates part of the Trinity St David University, Dyfed Powys Police Headquarters and a general hospital as well as County Council offices with County Hall being a few minutes walk from the building.
The ground floor has direct access off Queens Street into the main reception area which also accommodates the first of the treatment rooms. To the rear are 2 further treatment rooms along with a modern fitted kitchen and WC. The approximate floorspace of the ground floor is 791 sq ft (73.51 sq m). On the first floor is a further 564 sq ft (52.41 sq m) with the main area taken up by the pilates studio which is also suitable for use by other activities such as dance or yoga. To the rear of this is a further treatment room.
The sale is to include all fixtures and fittings such as heating, lighting and kitchen units associated with running the building along with any cupboards or other fittings that are fixed to the building.
It is out clients intention to remove the furniture, reception desk and other equipment used for running the current business, although some of this may be available to a purchaser by way of separate negotiation.
Our clients confirm that the premises are available freehold with vacant possession.
Offers are invited in the region of £169,500.
Immediately upon completion of legal formalities.
Please contact David Cochlin in our Commercial Department on or via email on .
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