25 Fore Street, Wellington, Somerset, TA21 8AA
Auction sale - Monday 11th December 2017
Sold for £313,000
Upon the instructions of
- Retail and residential investment with 1 vacant flat
- Producing £25,740 per annum
- Part let to William Hill until 2021
- 3 flats on AST's, 1 flat vacant
Wellington is a busy town of some 14,600 located close to junction 26 of the M5, in the Vale of Taunton between the Blackdown Hills and the River Tone. Identified recently in the Times newspaper as the third best place to live in Britain, the town has a busy centre with generally local shops, and is popular with commuters to nearby Taunon, some 7 miles to the north east via the A38.
The property lies in the heart of the town centre fronting Fore Street lying adjacent to Lloyds Bank and close to WH Smith, Superdrug and a number of popular local traders.
The property comprises a traditional brick built mid terraced high street retail unit above which are two upper floors laid out as four self contained one bed flats, approached from a front door to one side of the retail frontage.
Refer to the legal documentation
Energy Performance Certificate
|Address||Accommodation||Tenant||Lease Terms||Rent £ pa|
|25 Fore Street||Ground & Basement Shop depth approx 83ft, width 17ft 7 ins||William Hill Organisation Ltd||Lease expiring 30/01/2021||£11,000|
|Flat 1 Flat 2 Flat 3 Flat 4||First -1 bed First - 1 bed Second - 1 bed Second - 1 bed||Private tenant Private tenant Private tenant Vacant possession||AST from 22/07/2017 AST from 04/08/2017 AST from 28/03/2017||£4,500 £5,040 £5,200|
0115 983 3650
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