NORTH STREET, WAREHAM

£400,000

Guide price

These spacious premises, currently a Church, stand in a prominent position in the commercial centre of the picturesque market town of Wareham. The building is considered to be of traditional cavity construction under a conventional pitched roof. Measuring approx 287 sq.meters (3097 sq.feet).

We consider that the site is eminently suitable for redevelopment, subject to planning consent, and applicants are requested to satisfy themselves concerning this issue before submitting offers.

Wareham lies at the heart of countryside designated as of Outstanding Natural Beauty and is fictionalised as Anglebury in Thomas Hardy's Wessex novels. It is also one of the best locations for access to the Jurassic Coast, a renowned UNESCO World Heritage Site. The town is pleasantly situated between the Rivers Piddle and Frome; the massive earth walls built around the perimeter in King Alfred's reign still survive in many places. Wareham offers an excellent range of amenities including supermarkets, small shops, restaurants, public houses, library, churches and the Rex cinema.

Legal Costs

Each party is to be responsible for their own legal costs incurred in the transaction.

Business Rates

To be assessed.

EPC

Not Applicable.

Services

Mains water, drainage and electricity.

Viewing

Strictly by appointment through the Agents, Corbens, 01929 422284.

NB Please note that the property will remain on the open market until such time as exchange of contracts have taken place.

Arrange viewing 01929 288149

Corbens Estate Agents

41 Station Road, Swanage, Dorset

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