Delightful historic building located in the heart off Hay-on-Wye with a large retail area plus a flat.Description
Charming and historic building found in the heart of Hay-on-Wye offering versatile accommodation currently serving as an antiques shop however has the potential for a wide range of uses. In February 2019 the property was granted planning permission to provide the option of conversion to residential use.
The property is currently used as an antiques shop and gallery, over two floors, with a flat and living area on the first and second floor.
Tredegar House is a Grade II listed building and of great historical importance to this market town and has an attached retail area. The property is set back from the main road with a railed forecourt and is in close proximity to the clock tower and was formerly the Kings Head public house.
The exterior of the property dates from approximately 1770 with a gable end onto the street and a timber frame structure on the ground floor which was later built up with stone. It is likely that there is a much older structure beneath. The building has been meticulously maintained and the current owner has carried out significant improvements.Location
Found in a superb position, central to Hay-on-Wye. Hay-on-Wye is found on the Herefordshire/Welsh border. It is a popular and vibrant market town, also known as The Town of Books for its variety of second-hand bookshops as well as antique shops, boutiques and individual gift shops.
Hay-on-Wye offers a wonderful opportunity for someone seeking a change of pace with delightful surroundings being found in the Wye Valley and within The Brecon Beacons National Park.
The property is entered via the front glazed double doors into the main retail area measuring approximately 5.72m x 7.40m with a fireplace and sash window to the front and access to the rear yard through a set of sliding doors at the rear of the property. A stone staircase leads down into two cellars, which are also used for retail with the cellars tapering out towards the street level. In the second cellar there is a set of double doors which leads to a set of steps up to street level.
Overall the ground floor and basement offer exceptional characterful areas and especially on the ground floor a wide range of exposed timbers and beams. A doorway leads to the first-floor staircase and landing which has wide oak floorboards and gives access to the sitting room with two sash windows to the front, exposed beams and wooden floor boards. To one end there is a fireplace. In the living area there is a kitchen with built-in units, a four- ring gas hob and an electric oven.
Next to the kitchen is a bathroom with a panel bath, w.c., wash hand basin, a window to the rear, a storage cupboard and the gas-fired boiler.
On the second floor there is a store room with some restricted head height and a skylight. A doorway leads into the second room, currently used as a bedroom with a window to the front, exposed beams and some restricted head area.
The front sales area measures approximately 5.25m x 3.7m with exposed floor boards and a high level vaulted ceiling with an opening leading to the rear sales area measuring approximately 5m x 3m again with a high level vaulted ceiling and part of this area is partitioned and there is a window and a door leading out into the back yard which is also accessible from Tredegar House.
Overall this property offers a wonderful opportunity in a prominent location for further uses, subject to the necessary planning consents.
The room measurements are as follows:-Main room 5.72m x 7.40m (18'9" x 24'3")Cellar 2.88m x 2.78m (9'5" x 9'1")Cellar 5.51m x 2.95m (18'1" x 9'8")First Floor LandingSitting Room 4.04m x 6.40m (13'3" x 21'0")Kitchen 2.42m x 1.86m (7'11" x 6'1")Second FloorFirst Room 3.25m x 3.57m (10'8" x 11'9")Second Room 3.92m x 3.69m (12'10" x 12'1")Tenure
Freehold with vacant possession upon completion. Please note that the cellar is subject to a 999 year lease.Council Tax
Powys County Council Band CRateable Value
Current Use: Rateable Value Tredegar House £3732Services
We are advised that the property is connected to mains water, mains electricity and drainage. Gas-fired central heating upstairs, electric heating on ground floor. Please note the services or service installations have not been tested.Directions
From our office turn right and walk down The Pavement towards the Clock Tower and the property will be found on the left hand side.Viewing and Contact Details
All viewings must be arranged through the selling agents Sunderlands.
Contact tel: 01497 822522 Office opening hours: Mon-Fri 9.00-5.00pm. Sat 9.00-1.00pm. Out of hours contact
Harry Aldrich-Blake 07717 410757
None of these statements contained in these particulars are to be relied upon as statements or representations of fact. These particulars are not an offer or contract or part of one. Floor plans are provided for guidance as to the layout of the property only. Room sizes and measurements are approximate only. Please note we have not tested the equipment, appliances and services in the property and interested parties are advised to commission appropriate investigation before formulating their offer.
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