The property is Grade II* listed and is one of Newark’s most important historical buildings.
The property currently comprises a ground floor shop with a double front comprising a retail sales area, two offices off, a kitchen and toilet. The ground floor area is quite easily capable of refurbishment (subject to the necessary consents) to reconfigure the existing layout which will increase the retail area.
With separate access off White Hart Yard at the rear is a staircase which provides access to the adjoining offices. These comprise at ground floor level, stores and a kitchen, and first/second floor offices and toilets. The offices retain original beams and are electric heated.
The premises is Grade 2* Listed and we understand that the property has Planning Consent for its existing use.
For further information please contact Newark & Sherwood District Council on 01636 650000.
Address: 35 Market Place, Newark
Description: Bank and Premises
Address: 34 Market Place, Newark, Description: Offices and Premises
The premises are offered for sale at a guide price of £250,000 (STC).
The premises are available Freehold with Vacant Possession.
Please note that Value Added Tax (VAT) is exempt from the purchase price.
Each party will be responsible for their own legal costs incurred in this transaction.
Energy Efficiency Rating
The property has an EPC rating of: G-204
An Energy Performance Certificate is available on request from the agent.
We understand that mains electricity, water and drainage are connected to the premises, however, we recommend that interested parties contact the relevant service providers to confirm this.
Strictly by prior appointment through the selling agents, Musson Liggins and FHP.
The property is prominently located within the corner of Market Place and White Hart Yard fronting bustling Market Place in Newark.
Close-by occupiers include Boots Opticians, Tui, WH Smith, The Works, Bonmarché, amongst many other national and local retailers.
Newark is a traditional market town with a resident population of approximately 36,600, 22 miles north-east of Nottingham and 14 miles south of Lincoln.