• Size:
    Undisclosed
  • Usage:
    A1, A2, C2
  • Sale Type:
    To Let
  • Rental Income:
    N/A
  • Property Type:
    Other
    Other
  • Auction:
    No
  • Development Opportunity:
    No
  • Investment Opportunity:
    No
  • Tenanted:
    No
  • Energy Rating:
    N/A

A well located retail unit within the heart of Falmouth situated opposite Tesco and close to Market Strand, Prince of Wales Pier, and Market Street. The premises are currently being refurbished and will be available by way of a new full repairing and insuring lease; the terms of which are open to negotiation.r

* New Retail Unit To Let
* Busy Central Location
* High Footfall
* Good Frontage
* Opposite Tesco Metro
* Epc - See Overr

DESCRIPTION:
The property has recently been refurbished and is arranged on three floors and occupies a double fronted ground floor shop with raised sales area to the rear. Ancillary staff and storage space exists at first
ACCOMMODATION:
All dimensions and areas are approximate : The units will be remeasured once the division works are completed

Ground Floor
Net internal width 5.04 m
Shop depth 11.03 m
Sales area 45.36 sq m (488 sq ft)

First Floor
Staff room 17.65 sq m (190 sq ft)

Second Floor
Storage 29.45 sq m (317 sq ft)
Total 92.46 sq m (995 sq ft)
TERMS:
The unit will be available on a new lease
BUSINESS RATES:
The property currently has a combined rating assessment and will need to be reassessed once the division works are complete.
LEGAL COSTS:
The ingoing lessee to be responsible for the landlord's reasonably incurred legal costs in connection with the transaction.
VALUE ADDED TAX:
We understand that the property is not registered for VAT.
TENURE:
The unit is available on a new full repairing and insuring lease for a term to be agreed.
PLANNING:
The property is not listed but lies within the Falmouth Conservation Area. Interested parties should satisfy themselves that the proposed use complies with the existing planning consent. The properties have consent for A1 use. Planning consent has been granted for alterations to the shop front under Decision Notice PA19/05648.
SERVICES:
Prospective owners should make their own enquiries of the appropriate statutory undertakers:
Western Power: ------
South West Water: ------
Transco: ------ENERGY PERFORMANCE CERTIFICATE:
The EPC relates to the combined property forming 5 & 7 Killigrew Street and will need to be reassessed on completion of the subdivision.
CONTACT INFORMATION:
For further information or an appointment to view please contact either:-
Mike Nightingale on ------or via email msn@miller-----------.--.-- or
Tom Smith on ------or via email ts@miller-----------.--.--
Or Joint Agents Charterwood
Stuart Sly on ------or via email ------@-----------.---
PLANS: Plans and maps reproduced under Ordnance Survey Licence No LIG1179. Not to scale and for identification of the property only. They are not intended to show actual site boundaries and not guaranteed to be accurate.

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] Any intending purchaser or tenant must satisfy him/herself by inspection or other wise as to the correctness of each of the statements contained in these particulars; [c] No responsibility is taken for expenses incurred should the property be sold

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