Arrow House is a mid-terrace Grade II Listed former Georgian town house thought to date from the mid-18th Century. It has been converted to offices, although the second floor has been used as bedsits for staff accommodation. The property benefits from a vehicular access over a shared right of way adjacent to No. 10 Church Street giving a gravelled parking area capable of accommodating up to four cars parked in tandem.
The building benefits from two internal staircases and a gas fired central heating system. There is mixture of surface mounted and recessed lighting, together with perimeter trunking and the property is carpeted throughout.
The property is being sold with vacant possession and will appeal to owner-occupiers as well as investors. It has the potential for alternative uses, subject to obtaining the necessary planning and Listed Building consents.
The attractive market town of Alcester is situated approximately nine miles north-west of Stratford upon Avon and is conveniently located for access to the regional road networks from either the A46 north via Stratford upon Avon to the M40 motorway at Warwick (15 miles) or Redditch via the M42 and M5 motorways. No. 9 fronts Church Street, which is at the northern end of the High Street within the town centre, directly opposite the Parish Church.
The main building has all mains services with gas central heating to the offices.
REAR RIGHT OF WAY
The courtyard is subject to pedestrian and vehicular rights of access for the adjacent property, Arrow Cottage, which is in separate ownership. There is a vehicular right of way in favour of Arrow House to the rear parking area.
The property is offered for sale freehold with vacant possession.
Agents Note: The adjoining properties, Nos. 9 and 10 Church Street, are being offered for sale separately but may be purchased as a whole.
Strictly by appointment with the Sole Selling Agents:
Peter Clarke & Co
The rateable value is understood to be £14,750.
All prices and rents are quoted exclusive of VAT, which may be payable in addition.
These particulars have been prepared in good faith to give a fair overall view of the property; they do not constitute an offer and will not form part of any contract. We make no representation about the conditions of the property nor that any services or appliances are in good working order; this should be checked by your surveyor. Furthermore, you should not assume that any items or features referred to in these particulars or shown in the photographs are included in the sale price. Your solicitor should check this as part of the normal conveyancing process.