Exciting redevelopment opportunity.
The property faces Park Street, with access to the shop and integral garage directly from the Park Street public footpath. The shop and bedrooms directly above form part of the original building, with ground and first floor living and storage areas to the rear being part of a large extension to the property. There is an alleyway to the left of the property, accessed directly from Park Street and gives access to a side entrance to the building. Parking for 4No cars is available to the rear of the property, accessed from Back Walls via Lower Park Street. A hardstanding remains in the back garden where a garage once stood. There is a hatched bay to the front, on Park Street, to prevent on-street parking in front of the garage and shop entrance. The property is predominantly built from Cotswold stone with red brick chimney breasts, although some of the rear elevations are built from a slimmer profile stone laid with rubble coursing', or have a concrete render that has had an ashlar effect pattern poorly scratched into the top coat. There is a Cotswold slate pitched tiled roof to all areas, the rear areas of which have a number of rooflights installed - none of which are visible from a public highway or clearly visible from adjacent properties. Windows are painted timber single glazed casements and rainwater goods are modern plastic half round sections which drain both onto the existing ground (allowing drainage into the natural watercourse), and directly to below ground drains which then lead into the public sewer.
Planning Information: The Local Authority is Cotswold District Council Telephone 01285 623000. Most recent use of the building was as an antique showroom. Change of use of ground floor retail unit with living accommodation over to 4 no. apartments and associated works permitted 20 March 2020 under reference 20/00219/FUL.
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An exciting redevelopment opportunity in this sought after town.David Henderson