A rare opportunity to acquire effectively two, three storey buildings (the rear being particularly handsome) that are umbilically linked and benefit from some far-reaching views to the rear and comprising the prominent former town centre NatWest premises.
The property may appeal to end-users but more likely to investors and developers due to the glaring potential for substantial residential development in tandem with some commercial usage, subject to all necessary consents being obtainable. This is on account of the versatility and sheer extent of the floorspace within the two component buildings and the points of access from both Fore Street and Crockwell Street.
Local Planning Authority
Cornwall Council. Tel: 0300 1234 151. Website: cornwall.gov.uk.
Front Building (Fore Street)
Vestibule with access to extensive former banking hall. Additional side door on frontage giving access to all floors.
Landing, staff room, two offices and large kitchen.
Two store rooms.
Lobby and two interview rooms.
Storage and W.C.
Two stationery rooms, storage and W.C.
Rear Building (also accessible from Crockwell Street)
Large office and strong room.
Server room, ladies W.C. and large landing.
Bathroom, former kitchen and large room.
At the side of the back building is a passageway leading to a boiler room, then a store and onwards out to Crockwell Street. The removal of either or both as part of a re-development scheme would enhance this second point of access and in turn the rear building.
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