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104 Pydar Street is an extremely well located and prominent retail unit on the corner of Truro's pedestrianised prime shopping street, Pydar Street, and High Cross directly adjacent to the Cathedral. The property comprises a ground floor sales area of 881 sq ft (81.88 sq m) with ancillary space over the 1st and 2nd floors totalling1,485 sq ft (138 sq m). Nearby retailers include Next, Laura Ashley, HMV, White Company, L'Occitane en Provence, Joules and Jack Wills.r
* Extremely Prominent Retail Unit To Let
* Prime Position On Pydar Street
* 881 Sq Ft (81.88 Sq M) Ground Floor Sales
* 1,485 Sq Ft (138 Sq M) Ancillary Space
* A1 Use
* Epc Rating - Cr
The property comprises a ground floor sales area of 881 sq ft (81.88 sq m) with ancillary space over the 1st and 2nd floors totalling1
SCHEDULE OF AREAS:
Ground Floor Sales 850 sq ft (79.05 Sq m)
First Floor Ancillary 1
The premises are available by way of a new FRI lease for a term by arrangement directly from the landlord.
Each party to bear their own costs incurred in the transaction.
We understand the rateable value to be £90
Prospective owners should make their own enquiries of the appropriate statutory undertakers:
Western Power: ------
South West Water: ------
The property is elected for VAT and as such
The Energy Performance Rating for this property is within Band 'C'.
For further information
AGENTS NOTE: Miller Commercial for themselves and for the Vendor/s or lessor/s of this property give notice: [a] These particulars are for an intending purchaser or tenant and although they are believed to be correct their accuracy is not guaranteed and any error or misdescriptions shall not annul the sale or be grounds on which compensation may be claimed and neither do they constitute any part of a Contract: [b] No responsibility is taken for expenses incurred should the property be sold
104 Pydar Street is an extremely well located and prominent retail unit on the corner of Truro's pedestrianised prime shopping street