The village of Newnham is set on the River Severn, the character High Street provides a good range of shops which include a Post Office, doctors surgery and local stores. The village also offers a primary school, chemist and public house.
A wider range of facilities are also available throughout the Forest of Dean including an abundance of woodland and river walks. The Severn crossings and M4 towards London, Bristol and Cardiff are easily reached from this area along with the cities of Gloucester and Cheltenham for access onto the M5 and the Midlands.
The building is prominently situated adjacent to the Clock Tower at the junction of High Street, Mornington Terrace and Station Road.
The property comprises a prominent and substantial two storey building (former public house) extensively refurbished to provide a good standard of accommodation for cafe, exhibition, craft/book sales, meeting room and office uses.
The ground floor provides a main seating area with up to 30 covers, function room, fully fitted kitchen and cloakroom.
The first floor provides a large gallery/exhibition area, private hire room, two offices and a cloakroom.
The attic/second floor level provides office and storage facilities.
Externally there is an enclosed walled garden/paved courtyard which has a gated entrance off Station Road.
Ground - Cafe, fitted kitchen and seating /function areas: 1,378 Sq ft / 128.03 Sq m
First - Exhibition space/gallery, private hire room and offices: 1,092 Sq ft / 101.47 Sq m
Attic/second floor - office and store: 240 Sq ft / 22.33 Sq m
All measurements are approximate. net internal areas.
In addition the basement/cellar area provides an approximate gross internal floor area of 618 Sq ft / 57.46 Sq m
we are advised that all main services are connected to the premises and confirm that we have not tested any of the service installations and any occupier must satisfy themselves independently as to the state and condition of such items.
we understand the property has planning approval for uses including cafe, domestic craft, book shop and meeting room.
All interested parties should make their own enquiries regarding the existing and potential uses to the Planning Department of Forest of Dean District Council (Tel: 01594 810000).
The property is situated within the Conservation area.
Freehold (Title No. GR106247) with vacant possession upon completion.
the remaining fixtures and fittings are available by separate negotiation.
each party is to be responsible for their own legal costs incurred in the transaction.
The Valuation Office Agency website describes the property as 'Office and Premises' with a rateable value of £8,100
Interested parties should make their own enquiries to Forest of Dean District Council to ascertain the exact rates payable as a change in occupation may trigger an adjustment of the rating assessment. www.vod.gov.uk
under the Finance Acts 1989 and 1997, VAT may be levied on the price. We recommend that the prospective purchaser establish the implications before entering into any agreement.
STRICTLY BY APPOINTMENT WITH THE OWNERS AGENTS.