Located in the centre of Trowbridge, Wiltshire's county town, this imposing freehold building originally formed part of the Samuel Pitman factory.
The right-hand half of the property, which is number nine, is currently let, whilst the left-hand half, being number ten, was last in use as a restaurant but is currently vacant. Purchasers may look to let number ten to supplement the already healthy income from number nine, or there is planning consent for the upper parts of the whole building to be converted to form three flats whilst retaining the commercial elements on the ground floor.
9 Pitman Street
The ground floor shop and first floor offices are currently let under the terms of a Tenancy at Will at an annual rent of £22,000. A copy of the Tenancy Agreement will be available in the legal pack.
10 Pitman Street
Main dining area, commercial kitchen, store rooms, walk in fridge and customer toilets.
Additional dining area, customer toilets, store rooms and ancillary accommodation.
Planning Permission has been granted by Wiltshire Council under reference 19/10846/FUL, dated 31st January 2020, for the change of use and alterations to first floor to provide three flats, subject to conditions.
A copy of the Planning Permission and accompanying documents may be downloaded from the Local Planning Authority website, Wiltshire Council, Website: wiltshire.gov.uk. Tel: 0300 456 0114.
Local Planning Authority
Wiltshire Council. Tel: 0300 456 0114. Website: wiltshire.gov.uk.