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  1. Former Countrywide Store Bourton on the Water, CHELTENHAM GL54 2EP

    Leisure for sale

    • £1,500,000
    • 13,048 sq ft
    • Business park
    • Exposed bricks
    • Storage
    • Telephone system

    An attached Countrywide store including garden centre with covered display area. The building is of steel frame construction with brickwork and profiled sheet elevations. The front elevation is fitted with entrance canopy together with customer entrances and loading door. The internal areas have been used for retail and storage purposes and include staff facilities and offices. Located on the approach to the centre of Bourton on the Water. Retail store with external compound.

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  2. Phase 4 Unit 1, Newent Business Park, Newent, GL18 1DZ

    Industrial for sale

    • £1,500,000
    • 35,017 sq ft
    • Business park
    • Car park
    • Meeting room
    • Modern
    • Open plan

    The property benefits from a prominent position situated at the entrance of Newent Business Park. Newent Business Park is located to the east of the town of Newent, which is an attractive town. The city of Gloucester is located approximately 10 miles distant, Ledbury approximately 9 miles distant, and Hereford approximately 20 miles distant. The property is located approximately 4 miles east of Junction 3 of the M50 motorway, which conveniently links with the M5 providing access to the wider motorway network. Newent Business Park has benefited from Cargill PLC taking additional space, and MKM Building Supplies have taken a large modern purpose built unit situated to the front of Newent Business Park.

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  3. Former Trade Plas Buildings Stroud Road Nailsworth GL6 0BE

    Retail for sale

    • £1,500,000
    • 15,043.77 sq ft
    • Air conditioning
    • Car park
    • Climate control
    • Exposed bricks
    • Telephone system

    Mixed use investment with a potential total income of £110,820 per annum exclusive.
    • Prominent property finished to a high standard and of contemporary design.
    • Generous parking allocation adjacent to the property and in an overflow car park.
    • The quoting price of £1,500,000 reflects a gross initial yield of approximately 7.39% or net initial yield of 6.96% after purchaser’s costs of 6.10% assuming full occupancy.

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  4. Huxleys Restaurant, High Street, Chipping Campden

    Leisure for sale

    • £1,750,000
    • 800 sq m
    • Cafe
    • Grade II
    • Restaurant

    A successful business occupying a dominant position on Chipping Campden High Street., The Cotswolds is a world renowned destination, for local people within striking distance for a day visit, but also nationally for weekend and holiday stays, as well as internationally as part of a must-see UK itinerary., Covering around 800 square miles, its golden stone architecture and rolling countryside, combined with picture-perfect towns and villages lend it an aura that attracts visitors in substantial, and growing, numbers., Tourism is worth £1 billion a year to the Cotswolds economy, 38 million day visits are made in the area per year, 1.75 million tourist nights a year, Just over half of domestic holiday makers have taken a trip to the Cotswolds, The Cotswolds has levels of satisfaction comparable to other countryside destinations, but enjoys a very low level of rejecters, This destination is perceived more positively than other countryside destinations, over indexing for quality of environment, food and drink and also history and heritage, Well established business with strong trading track record. Trading information can be supplied to genuine applicants., Available individually or in conjunction with the Cotswold Collection, including Island House, The Dial House and The Old Bank., Grade II* Listed, 17th Century building, Thriving cafe, bar & restaurant, 100 covers in total, Opened in 2012, with continuous enhancements, Private dining opportunities, Far-reaching reputation for quality across all aspects of its offering, The building has recently had high specification refurbishment, which is resulting in even stronger revenue and profit. The current owners have developed a loyal and supportive customer base, leading Huxleys to be described as the heart of Chipping Campden. “Once you’ve worked up an appetite for pudding, amble over to Huxleys, a lovely Italian cafe in a 500-year-old building.” 17 May 2018 New York Times

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  5. Goodridge Ave, Gloucester GL2 5EA

    Industrial for sale

    • £1,780,000
    • 1,000 sq ft
    • Business park
    • Modern
    • Train transport

    Strong industrial location, within 2 miles of junction 12 of the M5 Freehold Single let industrial unit totalling 18,923 sq ft Passing rent of £113,500 per annum, reflecting a low base rent of £4.72 per sq ft New ten year lease with five year tenant break option Site area of 1.95 acres. Very low site cover of circa 22% Offers in excess of £1,780,000 (One Million Seven Hundred and Eighty Thousand Pounds) reflecting a NIY of 6% assuming purchasers costs of 6.21%.

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  6. 171 Westgate Street, Gloucester, Gloucestershire, GL1 2RN

    Retail for sale

    • £2,000,000
    • 28,676 sq ft
    • Car park
    • Open plan
    • Storage

    The property is located in Gloucester approximately 0.5 miles west of the city centre. The property fronts Westgate Street (A4301) and it situated in a highly prominent location with excellent road frontage.The property comprises a retail warehouse with ancillary office accommodation and large secure yard / car park.

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  7. St Margaret's Road, Cheltenham GL50 4EQ

    Residential for sale

    • £2,000,000
    • 20,872 sq ft
    • Business park
    • Car park
    • Storage
    • Terrace

    Landmark Central Area Residential Development Opportunity. Planning consent for a high quality refurbishment and new build - 28 apartments. The property comprises a substantial two storey period building which was extended during the 1960's.

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  8. Quarhouse Farm Quarhouse Stroud, Gloucestershire GL5 2RS

    Land for sale

    • £2,250,000
    • 26.04 hectares
    • Kitchen
    • Modern
    • Storage

    Photo Photo 1 Photo 2 Photo 3 Photo 4 Photo 5 Photo 6 Photo 7 Photo 8 Photo 9 Photo 10 Photo 11 Photo 12 Photo 13 Photo 14 Photo 15 Photo 16 Photo 17 Photo 18 Photo Quarhouse Farm compromises a detached Cotswold Stone farmhouse, traditional and modern outbuildings, pasture and woodland extending in all to approximately 64.03 acres. This detached Cotswold Stone period farmhouse occupies a hilltop location with the most picturesque far-reaching views across to Minchinhampton Common. Although in need of some updating, the property retains an array of character features, including exposed oak beams. The ground floor briefly comprises; kitchen, sitting room with woodburner, dining room, snug with wood burner stove, rear porch and stairs to the first floor. The first floor includes two generous double bedrooms and a bathroom with WC, basin and bath. The attic space is utilised for a further double bedroom and storage room. Adjoining the main dwelling is an additional 310sqft Cotswold Stone two storey workshop with the potential to be converted into further living space subject to obtaining the necessary consents.

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  9. High Street, Bourton-on-the-Water, Cheltenham, GL54 2AN

    Leisure for sale

    • £2,500,000
    • 0.78 acres
    • Cafe
    • Car park
    • Grade II
    • Lounge
    • Reception

    A hugely characterful boutique hotel, located in a village that is known as one of the jewels within the Cotswolds., Considered one of the prettiest villages in England, Bourton on the Water is home to a range of independent shops, restaurants and cafes, on the banks of the River Windrush. The village is known locally as ‘The Venice of the Cotswolds’. The oldest bridge in the village, Mill Bridge, was constructed in 1645 and is located in the village centre., The church dates back to 1110 AD and was the first stone church of Norman design. In 1784, the church was redesigned to reflect a neo-classical style, still standing today., In addition to the stunning country walks, Bourton on the Water also offers countryside attractions such as Birdland, The Cotswold Motor Museum, the Model Village and The Cotswold Perfumery and Brewing Companies., The Cotswolds are set in the heart of England, offering golden stone architecture, rolling countryside and tranquil historic villages covering in total 800 square miles. There are a wealth of historic monuments, houses, parks and gardens such as Blenheim Palace, Batsford Arboretum and Bourton House. The region attracts over 1.75 million over night stays per year with tourism being the principle industry, generating over £335 million in visitor spend each year. Over 6.7 million day visits accounted for £191.04 million spend in 2016, bringing total tourist spend in the Cotswolds to over £546 million. ( South West Research Company, 2018)., 15 en suite bedrooms in a superb location, Significant potential to expand, Space for a 120 capacity marquee STPP, Further development to the rear of the Property STPP, Ample on site car parking, The Grade II Listed Hotel has a prime location at the centre of the highly popular located village, giving the Property huge footfall, but which is currently not exploited. With the current food offering being limited (no lunch or dinner service), new owners have the chance to generate substantial turnover in the near future. With its attractive gardens and parking, it also lends itself to becoming a venue for weddings. The main part of the Hotel was constructed in 1698 by a local architect, Andrew Paxford. Subsequently, the Coach House has been converted to provide further accommodation. The Hotel features honey coloured stone walls, original fireplaces and character features throughout. On the ground floor of the hotel is the reception hall, leading to 2 recently renovated dining areas and a cosy bar lounge. To the front of the property is the gravelled access and lawn area, providing an attractive approach. To the rear of the hotel is a terrace for al fresco dining and beyond is a spacious lawn which can accommodate a marquee hosting up to 120 guests. This area may be suitable to extend the hotel, subject to obtaining the necessary consents. Alongside is a gravelled car park, which is particularly important as parking in the village is at a premium. In total the site extends to circa 0.781 acres. Guest accommodation is provided in 15 en suite bedrooms with river or village views, located in the main house and the coach house. The High Street runs directly past the entrance to the hotel, connecting the Hotel to the A429 (Fosseway) around 0.6 miles away. The Fosseway is the main route from Cirencester to Warwick and is an ancient Roman road. Moreton in Marsh train station is located 8.4 miles away. The nearest airport is Birmingham around 48.6 miles away, offering services to the rest of the UK and some European destinations.

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  10. Hanley House, Hams Road, Lydney, Chepstow, GL15 5PE

    Retail for sale

    • £2,520,000
    • 14,670 sq ft
    • Car park
    • Train transport
    • Transport

    Prominent town centre supermarket investment.
    □ The property totals 1,362.9 sq m (14,670 sq ft).
    □ Let for a further 15.8 years (no breaks) to the excellent covenant of Co-operative Group Limited.
    □ Total Effective rent of £189,261 per annum.
    □ Annual rental uplifts linked to RPI every 7th September (2%-4% collar and cap), with the next review on 7th September 2019.
    □ Freehold.
    □ Car parking with c. 100 spaces.

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    Painswick, Stroud, Gloucestershire, GL6 6SQ

    Office for sale

    • £2,995,000
    • 3,337 sq ft 31 people
    • Car park
    • Grade II
    • Kitchen
    • Modern
    • Reception

    Dell Farm House was built in 1611 with a major refurbishment and extension added in 1995. The house is full of charm with wonderful views and has at its heart the ultimate family kitchen. This includes an Aga and an inglenook fireplace, with a stable door leading out onto the landscaped gardens with outstanding westerly views across the valley.

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    Bisley, Stroud, Gloucestershire, GL6 7DD

    Office for sale

    • £3,250,000
    • 164 acres
    • Kitchen
    • Modern
    • Open plan
    • Shower
    • Storage

    The Dillay is nestled within the Dillay Valley with the Dillay Brook at its core. The area was famously the home of the author Laurie Lee and the setting for his book Cider with Rosie. Hidden away down a long private drive The Dillay offers a secluded and peaceful spot which is within easy reach of local amenities. It provides a rare opportunity to acquire a sort after compact sporting estate within the Cotswolds that is very hard to find. The Dillay as a whole extends to approximately 164 acres with about 39 acres of undulating pastureland and 118 acres of mixed woodland.

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  13. DW Sports Store, The Round House, 19 Gloucester Road, Cheltenham, GL51 8NE

    Residential for sale

    • £3,500,000
    • 0.47 hectares
    • Cafe
    • Car park
    • Carpeted floor
    • Grade C
    • Gym

    Securely let retail investment in the affluent town of Cheltenham.
    □ Located in a prominent position on the busy Gloucester Road adjacent to a Tesco Superstore.
    □ Let to Dave Whelan Sports Ltd on a 15-year lease from 10th March 2017 (exp. March 2032 – 12.7 years unexpired).
    □ Current passing rent of £250,846 pa with a guaranteed rental uplifts to £284,782 pa in March 2022 and £322,204 pa in March 2027 (based on a forecast RPI uplifts of 2.5%).
    □ Freehold.
    □ Benefits from on-site car parking for approximately 75 cars.
    □ Site area of 0.465 hectares (1.149 acres).
    □ Longer term development potential for residential, care home or assisted living etc (STP).
    □ Offers in excess of £3,500,000 subject to contract and exclusive of VAT.  Based on this level of pricing, the Net Initial Yield reflects 6.73%, assuming purchaser’s costs of 6.50%.

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  14. Buildings 2-5, GLOUCESTER GL2 4DH

    Mixed use for sale

    • £3,565,000
    • 28,298 to 28,677 sq ft
    • Business park
    • Car park
    • Carpeted floor
    • Concrete floors
    • Courtyard

    Three detached office buildings totalling circa 28,298 sq ft. Located on Olympus Park Business Centre, an established commercial area of circa 35 acres. Located two miles south west of Gloucester city centre. Freehold. Total rental income of £332,324 Seeking offers in excess of £3,565,000 (Three Million, Five Hundred and Sixty Five Thousand Pounds) reflecting a net initial yield of 8.75% assuming purchasers costs of 6.5%. This reflects a capital value of £125 per sq ft.

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  15. Stonehouse Park, Sperry Way, Stonehouse GL10 3UT

    Industrial for sale

    • 11 acres
    • Business park
    • Train transport

    New buildings to be developed and available on a freehold or leasehold basis for a variety of commercial uses subject to planning. Cyrus Park extends to approx 11 acres and benefits from direct access and prominence from the A419 down to the Stroudwater Canal and views beyond to the Cotswold escarpment. Approx 1.5 miles from J13 of M5 Motorway

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  16. Myrtles and Northcot, Como Road, Malvern

    Office for sale

    • P.O.A.
    • 0.41 acres
    • Semi-detached office
    • Train transport

    Town centre development opportunity with full planning permission for erection of Seven apartments and One 4 bedroom townhouse., Summary, The site extends to approximately 0.16 hectares (0.41 acres) and is desirably located close to Great Malvern town centre. Planning has been granted for the demolition of existing dwellings and erection of 7 apartments and 1 townhouse (17/00693/FUL).Great Malvern, which lies at the foot of the Malvern Hills, is located with the county of Worcestershire positioned approximately 14.6 km (9.1 miles) south west of Worcester., Location, Great Malvern, which lies at the foot of the Malvern Hills, is located with the county of Worcestershire positioned approximately 14.6 km (9.1 miles) south west of Worcester., Malvern offers a comprehensive variety of amenities, including The Malvern Theatres, Waitrose, and Malvern Library, all of which are within walking distance to the subject site. Malvern has a range of schools including Malvern College (ISI Excellent), Malvern Saint James (ISI Excellent), and The Chase (OFSTEAD Good)., Great Malvern railway station is located circa. 850m to the south east of the site, which provides regular direct services to London Paddington (2.5 Hours), Birmingham New Street (1 Hour), and Worcester (10 Minutes)., Description, The site is situated within the Great Malvern Conservation Area, and is well located within the town centre itself. Affluently positioned, in a prominent position on Como Road, within close proximity to a number of large attractive period dwellings, the schemes design and scale provides the opportunity to add value into the area., The property is irregular in shape and currently comprises Northcot and Myrtles, two poor quality semi-detached houses, which are due to be demolished. Existing highway access is granted from Como Road to the north., Tenure - The freehold of the site is available with vacant possession granted upon completion., Planning - A full planning application has been granted for demolition of existing buildings and erection of 7 apartments and 1 town houses which was approved on the 29th of January 2019. Application Number 17/00693/FUL. Interested parties should satisfy themselves with all planning information available on Malvern Hills District Council’s website., Services - We have been informed that mains services are connected to the property however we advise that prospective purchasers should investigate these matters to their own satisfaction., Viewings - It is possible to walk the part of the site boundary along Como Road. If access is required this can be arranged strictly by appointment only and arranged through the sole selling agents, Savills., Offers - This opportunity is available via informal tender. Please provide the following information when submitting an offer: Solicitors details; Proof of funds; Timescales for delivery; Board approval (if appropriate); Payment terms. Offers to be submitted to Savills at the following address or via email by Noon on Thursday 31st October 2019. A bid pro forma is available on request., Full Planning Permission for erection of Seven Apartments & One Townhouse, Total Site Area: Approximatley 0.16 Hectares (0.41 Acres), Desirably Located in Central Great Malvern Close to a Range of Amenities, Offers Invited by noon on Thursday 31st October 2019 by way of Informal Tender, This development opportunity offers the unique selling point to build a bespoke residential scheme within the centre of Great Malvern, through the provision of six 3 bedroom, one 1 bedroom apartments and a single 4 bedroom detached house in the town centre. From research undertaken (August 2019) we understand that the current new build housing stock offered to the market in the town centre comprises mainly of 1 & 2 bedroom apartments.

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  17. Off The A4135 A4135 Cam, Gloucestershire GL11 5DN

    Land for sale

    • P.O.A.
    • 4.22 hectares
    • Open plan
    • Storage
    • Train transport

    The site comprises a parcel of predominantly agricultural land together with areas of hardstanding with storage buildings. The land borders the A4135 which provides access from the A38 to the north to Cam and Dursley. Directly opposite the land is a newly completed 71 unit Taylor Wimpey scheme.

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  18. Bristol Road, Cam

    Land for sale

    • P.O.A.
    • 2.8 acres
    • Car park
    • Kitchen
    • Shower
    • Storage
    • Train transport

    An opportunity to purchase a commercial development site with potential for new build commercial units on a site adjacent to the A38 between junctions 13 & 14 of the M5. FOR SALE BY PRIVATE TREATY AS A WHOLE OR IN TWO LOTS.

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    Townsend Farm Stinchcombe Dursley, Gloucestershire GL11 6AP

    Land for sale

    • P.O.A.
    • 7.99 hectares

    Photo The land comprises approximately 19.75 acres of mainly Grade 3 level area of arable land together with a shelter belt of deciduous trees and a small area of permanent pasture land. The sale of the land provides an ideal opportunity for prospective purchasers to acquire a well located parcel of agricultural land ideally suited for arable cropping or grazing of livestock.

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  20. Whiteshoots Hill, Bourton-on-the-Water, Cheltenham GL54

    Serviced office for sale

    • P.O.A.
    • 2.07 hectares

    The site has no previous planning history and lies within the administrative boundary of Cotswold District Council. The site sits outside of the Bourton-On-The-Waters development boundary but is within the Cotswold Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Bourton-On The-Water is listed as a principal settlement with the Cotswold District Local Plan 2011-2031., Greenfield development opportunity to the South West of Bourton-On-The-Water, Site extending to circa 5.11 acres (2.07 Ha), Offers invited on an option, promotion agreement or subject to planning basis, The site comprises an irregularly shaped parcel equating to approximately 5.11 acres (2.07 Hectares) or thereabouts of grass land. A site plan is attached showing the site boundary, the land highlighted in blue is retained by the wider family. The site is currently accessed from both Old Gloucester Road and Whiteshoots Hill Road (A429). The site slopes gently from the southern corner to the northern corner. Site is bordered by trees and the A429 on its eastern boundary, with its southern boundary enclosed by a livestock fence. The western boundary is partly bordered by trees, garden fences and part by the Old Gloucester Road. The northern boundary is bordered by trees and housing. The site is currently used for grazing. The nearest site postcode is GL54 3BH.

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  21. The Corner Plot, CIRENCESTER GL7 6BA

    Industrial for sale

    • 1,000 to 5,470 sq ft
    • Business park
    • Car park
    • Kitchen
    • Restaurant
    • Storage

    Well established mixed use business park and active commercial airfield. Planning permission has been granted to construct 4 interlinking 2 storey office/light industrial buildings proposed to be of steel frame construction incorporating extensive glazing and profile panels. Each unit will have its own w.c and kitchenette. Dedicated car parking.

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  22. Kingshill, CIRENCESTER GL7 1GH

    Retail for sale

    • 1,000 to 6,000 sq ft
    • Business park
    • Car park

    The retail development plot fronts London Road and forms part of the Kingshill 2 residential development scheme. The indicative layout provides for three retail units comprising a 4,000 sq ft unit and two units of 1,000 sq ft. It is to be noted that overhead electricity power lines pass close to the retail plot in a north south direction.

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  23. Triangle Park, Triangle Way, Gloucester GL1 1AH

    Leisure for sale

    • 1.88 acres
    • Restaurant

    Triangle Park, Metz Way is a new development which includes new Morrisons supermarket and a soon to be constructed Mercedes commercial vehicle dealership. The showroom plot extends to 1.88 acres and is prominently positioned adjoining the supermarket and the to be developed restaurant zone which will include a Costa Coffee Drive-Thru.

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