A superb opportunity to acquire the freehold of this investment property with established tenant in occupation.
- Attractive town centre location
- Established tenant
- Grade II Listed period property
- Parking to the rear
The property is situated on the popular and picturesque High Street in Brackley Town Centre, Northamptonshire, approximately 10 miles west of Banbury and 20 miles east of Northampton. Brackley is an expanding town with a population of over 12,000 situated on the main A43 dual carriageway linking the M40 via junctions 10 (6 miles) and Junction 11 (8 miles) and Junction 15 of the M1. Brackley is subject to significant expansion with an additional 1,500 houses planned to the north east of the town plus a new Sainsbury's
The property is a Grade II listed double bay fronted, mid-terraced three storey (in part) building of brick construction with a further two storey extension to the rear elevation.
Ground Floor. The original stone steps with iron railing leads you to the main entrance accessed from the front elevation which opens into the entrance lobby and reception. The traditional cellular layout of rooms on the ground floor are accessed through a central corridor which also leads to the upper parts and to the rear of the building. In total there are three office rooms on the ground floor with a WC, kitchen area and access to strong room and a rear two storey barn area currently used for file storage. The is a cellar accessed from the ground floor with power and light.
First Floor. There is a stairway from the ground floor central lobby area to the first floor where the landing provides access to a further three offices / meeting rooms and a storage room. There is a door off this landing that reveals a fixed ladder to access the second floor.
Second Floor. This floor, with dormer style windows, houses two further storage rooms although these could be used as further offices if a more conventional means of access were to be installed.
External. The property opens onto the attractive Brackley town centre to the front elevation with the rear benefiting from an enclosed courtyard with stone walls and a rear gate that leads to a parking area. This area can accommodate approximately 6 cars. The area acts as an alternative access to Market Place and Waitrose supermarket