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Shop To Let at 11 Market Place, Boston, PE21 6EH

  • Type:Shop to Let
  • Size:Approx 9,831 Square Feet
  • Rent:£85,000 Per Annum (Excluding service charge)
  • Rateable Value:£53,500 (Please verify with local authority)
  • Our Reference:10364

Information:

A substantial mid terrace retail premises laid out over ground, first, second and third floor levels with its frontage on Market Place.

This is based on a letting for a term of 5 years or multiples thereof subject to 5 yearly reviews.

Ground Floor Sales & Storage 6,611 Sq Ft

Upper Floors 3,220 Sq Ft

The property is situated in a prominent location on Market Place, Boston.

The Pescod Square Shopping Scheme is located close by and there are also a number of national multiple retailers located in Market Place including M&S, Boots, Savers, NatWest Bank and Nationwide Building Society.

Boston is an affluent East Lincolnshire Market Town providing the main retail and commercial facilities for both the town residents and surrounding extensive agricultural based catchment. It has a resident population of circa 60,000 and a catchment population of approximately 125,000.

  • Good Natural Light
  • Attractive Period Property
  • Space Available on Multiple Floors
  • Good Passing Trade
  • A1 Use

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