This distinctive substantial corner commercial premises extends to 2,462 sq ft or thereabouts, set on four floors with sales area on the first two levels plus a basement and 2 bedroom flat on the top floor. Commanding a prime trading position fronting onto the High Street and Penlan Street, suitable for several ventures, set close to hsbc Bank, Pollecoffs, Alton Murphy, Euronics etc.
croeso | welcome This distinctive substantial commercial premises is located in the centre of Pwllheli, a busy coastal market town with a population of some 4,000 people that draws from a wide rural catchment area which swells during the holiday season.
The subject premises occupy a prominent position on the High Street, sitting opposite to hsbc Bank, whilst other occupiers in the immediate vicinity include Pollecoffs, Alton Murphy and Euronics.
Set over 4 floors, the accommodation comprises of ground and first floor sales, basement, staff area, storage areas and a 2 bedroomed flat on the third floor, in all extending to 2,462 sq. Ft. Or thereabouts.
gwasanaethau | services We believe that mains water, gas, electric and drainage are connected.
cyfraddau | rates Enquiries via the voa website confirms the property is assessed as follows:-
Rateable Value - £8,400
Small business rates may be available and interested parties are advised to make their own enquiries to Gwynedd County Council on or VAT
taw | VAT Prices, outgoings and rentals are exclusive of, but may be liable to, VAT.
costau cyfreithiol | legal costs Each party is to be responsible for their own legal costs incurred in the transaction.
nodiadau parcio | parking notes Restricted on street parking and pay and display car park nearby in Penlan.
tystysgrif perfformiad ynni | energy performance certificate Energy Performance Certificate - The property has an EPC rating of C, 57. The flat has an EPC rating of E, 46. A copy of the certificate is available by request to the agent.
Deliadaeth | tenure Freehold with vacant possession.
gweld yr eiddo | arrange viewing Strictly by appointment through Susan Jones