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9 Market Street, Ulverston, Cumbria, LA12 7AY

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  • Retail
  • To Rent £12,000 per annum exclusive
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Key Features
  • 100% prime location on Market Street
  • Close to Tesco, Betfred, Greggs, Vision Express and stong independent traders
  • Ground floor lock-up shop with attractive double frontage
The property comprises a ground floor lock-up shop with a double frontage with timber shop front and central doorway. Under current planning regulations, the property benefits from Class E consent enabling its use as retail, office, financial services or café without the need for a change of use, subject to any Landlord's consent. The rear storage area could be incorporated to increase the sales area, again, subject to Landlord's consent.
Ulverston is a market town on the edge of the Lake District National Park situated in southwest Cumbria (the Lake District National Park is due to be extended to the edge of the town) has a resident population of approximately 15,000 but draws on a much wider catchment incorporating surrounding towns and villages as Ulverston is the main agricultural centre for southwest Cumbria. The town is approximately 8 miles from Barrow-in-Furness, 26 miles from access to the M6 motorway at junction 36, 26 miles from Kendal and 16 miles from Windermere. Ulverston is increasingly popular town for residents locating to the area for work, and also an increasing number of tourists and visitors.
The property is available to let on the basis of a new 10-year lease subject to rent review at 5 years on a full repairing and insuring basis qualified by reference to a photographic schedule of condition.
Strictly by appointment through the sole agents Peill & Company, tel 01539 888 000 (Simon Adams dealing), for viewings.
Claire Bailey
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