The premises form part a very attractive Grade II Listed property and comprises of ground floor, first floor and basement accommodation, which have until recently been in use as a restaurant, but would lend themselves to a variety of alternative uses, subject to receipt of any statutory consents.
The property forms part of a timber framed three storey structure and has significant glazed frontage onto one of the main arterial roads into Shrewsbury town centre, and is adjacent to the historic Welsh Bridge.
The basement level of the property provides toilet facilities whilst the upper first floor level provides a kitchen area.
The property is situated fronting onto Frankwell adjacent to the Welsh Bridge in the historic town centre of Shrewsbury.
Shrewsbury is the county town of Shropshire with a population in excess of 100,000. It is an administrative centre and an established tourist and market town with a wealth of historic buildings.
Shrewsbury benefits from an excellent road network with access via the A5 (M54 Trunk Road) leading to the M54, 8 miles to the east , which leads to Junctions 10 and 11 of the M6 motorway and the rest of the national motorway network. Shrewsbury Railway Station provides direct services to Telford, Wolverhampton, Birmingham and London.
The property enjoys a prominent roadside position fronting onto one of the main access roads into Shrewsbury. Frankwell is home to the town’s theatre, a number of restaurants and unique boutiques, and the new university.