In one of the most prominent locations in Cardigan Town Centre the building is on High Street looking out over Pendre. It is an end of terrace 3 story building with a basement, most recently used as offices but would suit retail or similar uses, subject to any planning consents needed. The total floorspace is approximately 713 sq ft (66.2 sq m) of which the ground floor is 251 sq ft (23.3 sq m).
Cardigan is located close to the coast on the boundary between Ceredigion and North Pembrokeshire. It is the largest settlement in the area with its town centre having a good mix of national and local traders, making it the focal point for office and retail use in the area.
It serves not only the local population but is also a focal point for the holiday trade, especially in the summer months and around school holidays.
The town is easily accessible as the main A487 Fishguard to Aberystwyth road acts as its bypass, as well as there being easy road access to Tenby and Narberth to the south, and Carmarthen to the south west.
The approximate floorspaces within the building are as follows:
Basement - 136 sq ft (12.6 sq m)
Ground Floor - 251 sq ft (23.3 sq m)
First Floor - 174 sq ft (16.2 sq m)
Second Floor - 152 sq ft (14.1 sq m)
Total Floorspace - 713 sq ft (66.2 sq m)
The premises are available on a new full repairing and insuring lease, the length to be subject to negotiation.
£10,000 per annum.
We are informed that the rateable value of the premises is £5,400.
Immediately upon completion/legal formalities.
Viewings can be arranged either by contacting David Cochlin of our Commercial Department or ) or by contacting our joint agents Nick Founds of rj Chartered Surveyors or .
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