AN INTERESTING AND VERSATILE MIXED COMMERCIAL/RESIDENTIAL PROPERTY WITHIN THE BUSY HEART OF THE HISTORIC TOWN (reference: CB8750)
This Property is situated on the north side of Main Street and enjoys an excellent trading position. It is within walking distance of Pembroke's main amenities including the well known Norman Castle which is visited by thousands of tourists each year.
Although not large, the commercial and residential accommodation provided is "flexible". The Garden requires clearing but it extends down to the attractive walkway alongside the Lower Mill Pond. in recent years the Property has been used as a Photographic Studio but it was previously utilised as an Estate Agents, Restaurant and an Ironmongers etc.
Presently 11'5" x 9'4" (3.48m x 2.84m) with display window and glazed door to front, timber flooring, window and door to:-
19'6" x 7'1" (5.94m x 2.16m) window and part-glazed door to rear stainless steel sink, plumbing for washing machine, tiled floor,
19'7" x 9'11" (5.97m x 3.02m) overall including stairwell plus south-facing bay window to front, laminate flooring, "firplace2 incorporating feature pebble-effect electric fire.
8'9" x 8'3" (2.67m x 2.51m) plus built-in shelved storage cupboards, skylight, white suite comprising large tiled shower cubicle, wash hand basin and WC..
Steps down to timber decking (accessed from Utility Room) which leads to the overgrown Garden. Apparently there is a gate in the medieval town wall which provides access to the Mill Pond walk.
All mains connected. Gas fired central heating from a Worcester boiler.
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