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Shop To Let at 2 Market Hall Street, Cannock, WS11 1EB

  • Type:Shop to Let
  • Size:Approx 1,715 Square Feet
  • Rent:£20,000 Per Annum (Excluding service charge)
  • Rateable Value:£22,750 (Please verify with local authority)
  • Our Reference:6171

Information:

The property comprises ground floor retail sales extending to approximately 753 Sq Ft, and ancillary first floor storage and office space amounting to 962 Sq Ft.

Loading access is available to the rear of the property on the ground and first floor, and there is a goods lift installed.

The property benefits from 3-phase electricity, water, and drainage. Interested parties should verify this for themselves.

Ground Floor Sales Area - 753 Sq Ft.
First floor - 494 Sq Ft.
Canteen - 159 Sq Ft.
Managers Office - 77 Sq Ft.
Cold Store - 119 Sq Ft.
Rear Store - 113 Sq Ft.

The subject premises are situated within the prime retailing position of Market Hall Street and occupies a prominent position on the corner of Market Hall Street and Market Place adjacent to Vodafone and other retailers in the form of Card Factory, H Samuel, 3 Mobile, New Look, JD Sports, Greggs, Shoe Zone, Dorothy Perkins & Costa Coffee.

  • Good Natural Light
  • Good Passing Trade
  • A1 Use
  • 3 Phase Electricity
  • Dry Storage
  • Ancillary Offices
  • WC's

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