The subject premises is situated at the top end of Cricklade's High Street. Cricklade is an attractive and thriving market town well located just off the A419 dual carriageway between Cirencester and Swindon.
This substantial and attractive Grade II period building was previously occupied by a bank from 1903 until October 2018 and benefits from a 2 car garage and 3 car parking spaces at the rear of the property (Listed Building Consent 19/03568/LBC) in addition to free on street / customer car parking in the high street.
There is also a c.0.1 hectare (0.25 acre) dry stone walled garden, with extensive views to the East.
The ground floor provides ex retail banking space, with ancillary offices. The first floor provides office space across 5 separate rooms. There are 4 interconnecting attics with a floor area of c.88.3 m2 (950 ft2).
The property has Listed Building Consent (19/03568/LBC) to be altered to a 4 bedroom residential dwelling.
An appeal to the Planning Inspectorate (APP/Y3940/W/19/3232059) against the refusal by Wiltshire Council to grant planning permission to change the use from A2 use to C3 (a) residential use is pending.
2,358 sq ft
Energy Performance Rating
Attractive Grade II listed property with A2 use. Listed building consent to convert to 4 bedroom house.