Property Type: Retail
Size Options: 2000-5000 sq ft
2a Market Street is a large retail property with extensive living accommodation above. Grade II Listed, the property boasts many period features and is well presented throughout. The retail areas front both Long Street and Market Street and are in a prominent business location situated at the very heart of this thriving Cotswold market town.
The excellent retail premises are c.100m.sq comprising a large shop front with two further rooms at the back, one of which with a separate entrance to Long Street. There is also a kitchen and separate WC.
The Townhouse has its own entrance alley and a reception room and utility room at ground level. The vast accommodation extends in all to over 2,100 sq.ft. Upstairs and on the first floor, there is a kitchen, separate dining room and a large characterful sitting room featuring beautiful, exposed timber beams. There are two good sized bedrooms and a family bathroom. On the top floor, there is a further bedroom off a spacious landing plus a large attic. Accessed via alleyway, there is a vibrant well-stocked garden close by.
Wotton-under-Edge is a typical Cotswold market town made prosperous from the former woollen industry and today provides good local amenities for everyday needs, including schools for all ages and the highly regarded Katherine Lady Berkeley secondary school, local shops, pubs, restaurants and services including doctors’ and dental surgeries. There are popular sports and social clubs, a local swimming pool and the Wotton Electric Picture House. The M5 Motorway is just 5 miles away, putting Bristol (20 miles) and Gloucester (19 miles) within easy reach. The nearest railway station is Cam and Dursley (7 miles), which is on the Bristol to Birmingham line, offering services to Bristol Parkway whilst Kemble station provides a regular service to London Paddington.
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