Offers Around £275,000

Queen Street, Horbury

  • Probably the oldest commercial property in Horbury
  • Prominent location opposite St Peters Church
  • Unique retail / office premises suitable for a variety of uses
  • Grade II Listed and situated within the conservation area
  • Upgraded and improved by the current owners
  • Spacious open plan retail space over 2 floors
  • Attached 2 storey wing offering further workspace

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This is a unique opportunity to purchase one of Horbury's oldest commercial properties with parts of the building dating back to the 16th century. The Grade II listed building occupies a prominent position on Queen Street directly opposite St Peters Church and has been sympathetically improved and upgraded by the current owner to preserve the appearance and overall useability of the building. The premises include the double fronted building located on Queen Street with spacious open plan plan retail space on both ground and first floors, an atached 2 storey wing backing onto Ring O'Bells Yard, a separate 2 storey storage building and enclosed yard with parking having vehicle access from Tithe Barn Street.

The property is located on Queen Street in Horbury which has a wonderfully diverse selection of unique, independent shops and businesses giving a genuine traditional ‘village’ shopping experience. This affluent and vibrant large village on the outskirts of Wakefield is easilly accessible and provides a large catchment area for any business located here.

Freehold under title number YY142359 with vacant possession on completion.

Planning consent was granted in June 2021 under application number 20/02764/FUL to undertake a number of improvements and upgrades to the property. The majority of this work has now been completed by the current owner and includes complete rewiring of the building, installation of a WC and associated drainage works, replacement of three 1st floors windows, removal of redundant internal partitions and removal of a decorative chimney breast including installation of a structural supporting beam. As part of the upgrades, the orignal shop signage was removed and front facade repainted, the rendering to the rear of the building has been removed to expose the original stone walling and the roof has been repaired / replaced together with installation of replacement gutters and downpipes. The planning consent still allows for the construction of a single storey rear extension for storage which any new owner may wish to complete.

No 39 Queen Street is a Grade II listed timber framed building infilled with brick and stone walling, situated within the Horbury Conservation Area. Parts of the orignal 16th century timber frame and roof trusses are still visible and feature throughout the building. A Heritage Statement produced November 2020 as part of the recent planning application is available upon request by any potential purchaser

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