The property is of traditional brick construction built on basement, ground first and second floors having rendered and painted upper elevations under a pitched slate roof. The property has a modern wooden shop front with two separate entrance doors to the ground floor and upper floors with wooden single glazed windows above. The upper floors are accessed via the existing retail area or from a separate pedestrian access from Bridge Street. The first floor accommodation provides a large meeting room/ office overlooking Bridge Street. A kitchen is situated to the rear having base and wall units with a work surface and single drain steel sink unit. Ladies and Gents w/c accommodation is situated off the stairs. Further offices of similar construction are situated on the second floor. The basement is accessed from the main sales area via concrete steps providing storage area with a w/c having concrete floors and plastered walls and ceiling.
The subject premises were formerly the Residence of the Bishop of Monmouth and are a Grade II listed building of architectural and historical importance. An extensive drive exists from Stow Hill and there is pedestrian access to Keynsham Avenue.
The subject premises were formerly the Residence of the Bishop of Monmouth and are a Grade II listed building of architectural and historical importance. An extensive drive exists from Stow Hill and there is pedestrian access to Keynsham Avenue. The premises are surrounded by numerous mature trees and the site extends to approximately 2-acres.
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