An attractive, versatile and substantial three storey Victorian town centre property, offering light and spacious accommodation of circa 297 square metres, retaining many original features and exposed beams, situated just off the main thoroughfare and in proximity of the main car parks, shopping and leisure facilities of St Austell town centre. Originally a former printing press, the property has been utilised for a variety of commercial, recreational and retail opportunities in recent years. In 2006 the property had the benefit of a Grant of Conditional Planning Permission, under application number C2/06/00294, for a very modest scheme, for conversion into three x one bedroom apartments which has since lapsed. Copies and plans are available to view via Miller Countrywide. Interested parties perhaps considering residential conversion of the whole, or part of the premises, change of use etc must make and rely upon their own planning enquiries of Cornwall Council planning department on 0300 1234 151.
St Austell town centre is situated within easy reach of the A30/A38 road network and offers a wide range of shopping, educational and recreational facilities. There is a mainline railway station and leisure centre together with primary and secondary schools and supermarkets. The picturesque port of Charlestown and the award- winning Eden Project are both within a short drive.
Accessed via steps down from Biddicks Court, self- contained room one with second doorway leading to the toilet block, room two with staircase rising to the first floor.
Landing, room three with double doors opening on to BiddickS Court and staircase rising to the second floor, room four with staircase rising to the second floor.
Room five with exposed beams, room six.
Non Domestic Energy Efficiency Rating - G
Strictly by appointment only.
Please contact Countrywide Property Auctions (Monday- Friday) 0151 734 7509
Miller Countrywide St. Austell (Weekends) 01726 66435
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