Weaver House, 126 Hospital Street, Nantwich
Former Clinic in sought after location, suitable for alternative uses or residential conversion subject to planning.
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This well appointed Grade II property sits on the fringe of the town centre around 500 meters from the main train station.
Nantwich is a market town and sought after civil parish in Cheshire known for having among the highest concentrations of listed buildings in England, with particularly good examples of Tudor and Georgian architecture.
Formerly a clinic, the accommodation is well presented offering accommodation over two floors plus parking at the rear.
It is felt that the property has a range of potential uses subject to planning consents.
The property is arranged over two floors:
Ground floor: 1,476.5 sq. Ft (137.17 sq.m)
First floor: 682.3 sq. Ft (63.38 sq.m)
TOTAL: 2,158.8 sq. Ft (200.55 sq.m)
VAT will be payable in addition to the purchase price unless it is the intention of the purchaser to convert this building to a dwelling, in which case they must complete, prior to exchange of contracts, the HMRC form: Certificate to disapply the option to tax: Buildings to be converted into dwellings etc. Use form VAT1614D to disapply the option to tax buildings for conversion into dwellings. The HMRC suggests all parties completing this certificate read: Notice 742A Opting to tax land and buildings. A copy can be found at www.hmrc.gov.uk. EPC exempt as Grade II listed
Vacant on completion.
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