• Prime trading location
• Prominent high street display frontage
• Suit a variety of uses
• Available from April 2020
• Flexible lease terms
The ground floor of this property, which historically traded as a successful butcher’s shop, is suited to a variety of uses and is available for occupation from April 2020.
Accommodation – Ground Floor
Maximum depth: 14m comprising
Retail frontage 4.28m x 4.01m
Prep area 1 - 1.99m x 3.61m
Prep area 2 - 3.20m x 3.68m
3 x cold stores (1 internal, 2 external)
Store room and separate WC
Matlock is a historic spa and county town of Derbyshire, situated on the south eastern edge of the Peak District and within the Derbyshire Dales.
The town, intersected by the River Derwent, is overlooked by Derbyshire countryside and the famous Riber Castle. The centre contains a broad range of retail outlets serving the resident population and tourist visitors and is subject to ongoing investment, most recently M & S Food Hall. The town also hosts the Derbyshire County Council headquarters.
Located south west of Chesterfield, the town has good road & rail links to the cities of Derby (19 miles), Sheffield (20 miles) and is broadly 30 miles equidistant from Nottingham & Manchester.
The Valuation Office lists the property as retail premises with a Rateable Value of £7,400 effective 1st April 2017.
Energy Performance Certificate (EPC’s)
An EPC is be available upon request.
Lease Terms & Asking Rent
Flexible lease terms to be agreed.
£14,000 per annum
In accordance with Anti-Money Laundering Regulations, two forms of ID and confirmation of the source of funding will be required from the successful purchaser / tenant.
Each party is to bear their own costs.
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