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6 Bath Street, Barrow-In-Furness, Cumbria, LA14 1LZ

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  • Retail
  • To Rent £8,000 - £14,500 per annum
  • Size 63.72 sq m (685.88 sq ft)
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Key Features
  • Prominent Position
  • Well presented ground floor unit
  • 3-Bed flat available
The property comprises a well-presented ground floor lock-up shop ready for more or less immediate occupation and laid out as a ground floor sales/restaurant area with rear kitchen and staff wc facilities, together with customer ladies'/gents' and accessible wc facilities. At first floor level is a self-contained 3-bedroomed flat with self-contained access from Bath Street.
Barrow in Furness is a sub-regional centre in south-west Cumbria with a resident population of approximately 65,000 but which draws on a much wider catchment incorporating surrounding towns and villages. The 30-minute drive time population is widely regarded as being in excess of 120,000 and significant local employers include BAE Systems, Kimberly Clark, Barrow Borough Council, Orsted and Siemens and Glaxo SmithKline in nearby Ulverston. Barrow in Furness lies on the A590 approximately 34 miles from access to the M6 motorway at junction 36, 34 miles from Kendal, 8 miles from Ulverston and 23 miles from Windermere.
The ground floor shop is available to let on the basis of a new 5-year lease or longer, subject to 5-yearly rent reviews on a full repairing and insuring basis at a rental of £8,000 per annum. Alternatively, our clients would be prepared to grant an overriding lease of the whole building (subject to the ability to sub-let the flat if required).
Strictly by appointment through the sole agents Peill & Company, tel 01539 888 000 (Simon Adams dealing), for viewings.
Clare Browne
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