Flexible shop premises in a very prime location for footfall adjacent to the High Street in the bustling seaside resort of Barmouth.
Internally, the property comprises of a large sales area to the front, with kitchenette and WC to the rear.
This large single storey unit is approximately 37.66 sqm/123 sq feet.
There is a piece of land to the side included which has space for bin storage and deliveries through the side door (currently door blocked closed).
There is power, lighting and heating throughout. It is currently fitted out for food takeaway with small dining in area and the fixtures and fittings are available by negotiation.
Located adjacent to the High Street with wide pavement outside and access to an easy loading area to the side this is an exciting opportunity to purchase a highly adaptable commercial premise suitable for a multitude of business ventures.
7.99 x 3.85 (26'2" x 12'7")
With vinyl flooring, door the front and large single glazed windows with metal shutters. There are additional double glazed windows to the side. There is also a door to the side which is currently blocked off but could be reinstated. Currently fitted out with counter, double sink with cupboard underneath, kitchen equipment and tables and chairs. All fixtures, fittings and contents are available by negotiation.
2.28 x 2.33 (7'5" x 7'7")
Vinyl floor and single sink unit with cupboard under.
2.10 x 0.75 (6'10" x 2'5")
With vinyl floor, low level WC, sink and water heater.
There is a piece of paved land to the side, spanning approximately 8' (2.4 m) in width which runs to the far side of the blocked up side doorway (see pictures). The 4' (1.2 m) width adjacent to the property is free for bins, storage etc. The other 4' (1.2 m) width has to be kept clear for access at all times, vehicle parking is not permitted in this area.
Barmouth is known as the town where 'the Mountains meet the Sea' but offers much more than that. It is a thriving seaside town with breathtaking views on the north west coast of Wales looking out onto Cardigan Bay on the edge of the Snowdonia National Park. There is a a bustling town centre with a range of shops and supermarkets and great places to eat and relax.
For lovers of the outdoors it offers walking, cycling, paddle-boarding, kayaking, and of course swimming in the sea from the beautiful golden sand beach. The train station in the middle of the town provides easy links up and down the coastal line or regular trains directly through to Birmingham and beyond.