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A prominent retail premises with extensive frontage with subdivision and redevelopment potential available on a freehold or leasehold basis. The premises front the popular Moor area of Falmouth which includes a good mix of national and independent retailers, restaurants and bars.r
* For Sale/To Let
* Prominent Retail/Office Unit
* Possible Subdivision/Development Potential
* Epc Rating - C (66)r
The University of Exeter Cornwall Campus has benefited from over £100 million of funding. It was recently (March 2017) granted consent to lift the cap on student numbers from 5
The property is located within a busy part of Falmouth on Killigrew Street fronting the Moor. This is a popular secondary retailing location and includes a mix of local and national retail and restaurant occupiers including:- Lloyds Bank
A large retail unit with ground and first floor showroom and second floor storage of traditional construction. The premises are capable of subdivision on vertical or horizontal basis (subject to consents and works). The unit has an extensive frontage and dominates this part of Killigrew Street making it an attractive proposition to any prospective occupant. The premises are well located adjoining the short stay Moor Car Park (37 spaces) and within a 5 minute walk of Town Quarry Long Stay Car Park (281 spaces). Falmouth Bus Terminal and Taxi Rank are situated immediately opposite the premises.
21 Killigrew Street
Ground 39.3 sq m (423sq ft)
First 57.6 sq m (620 sq ft)
22-24 Killigrew Street
Ground 217.8 sq m (2344 sq ft)
First 227.9 sq m (2453 sq ft)
Second 124.3 sq m (1338 sq ft)
TOTAL 666.7 sq m (7178 sq.ft)
It is considered that
Freehold - Asking Price £500
Each party to bear their own legal costs in respect of this transaction.
All the above rentals/prices are quoted exclusive of VAT where applicable .
The premises has a current Rateable Value of £44
ENERGY PERFORMANCE CERTIFICATE:
The Energy Performance Rating for this property is within band C (66).
For further information or an appointment to view please contact either:-
Mike Nightingale on ------or via email [email protected] or
Tom Smith on ------or via email [email protected]
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Falmouth sits at the head of the river Fal and has excellent communication links being the terminus of the A39 which in turn links to the A30 and M5. Falmouth benefits from 3 railway stations and a number of ferries operating out of the harbour.
The town benefits from the third largest natural deep water harbour in the world which supports its maritime traditions as well as being a focus for the tourism which enjoys access to lovely beaches at Gyllyngvase and Swanpool.
The town is synonymous with the sea which has shaped its history but in more recent times it has become well known for its artistic and creative excellence including the establishment of Falmouth School of Art which is now the UK's number 1 university for the creative industries. The universities have helped to make Falmouth one of the most vibrant