57-58 High Street, Banbury, OX16 5JJ
Banbury is situated at Junction 11 of the London to Birmingham M40. The town has a population of 42,000, a catchment of approximately 290,000 and is an expanding town with considerable new housing and commercial development taking place. The property, Banbury’s ex Post Office is located in a central position on the High Street close to the pedestrianised area of the town and Tesco Express.
The property currently comprises a Grade II Listed three storey building fronting the high street with ground floor retail/office accommodation. Upper floors are separately accessed and used for offices/storage together with a number of single storey offices and stores to the rear including an enclosed yard area. The existing on site accommodation comprises some 4,985 sq ft (462.9 sq m) all situated on a site of approximately 526 sq m.
Our client is willing to discuss the potential sale of the whole of the building; an appropriate part or consider a joint venture of the development of the site. Offers from prospective parties are invited accordingly.
The property provides an opportunity for conversion/redevelopment likely to incorporate a conversion of the existing 3 storey building and new development of the rear site to provide up to 9 flats totalling some 6,952 sq ft (645.85 sq m). Full plans are available of the existing accommodation and the development proposal. Our client is making a pre-planning application enquiry on this basis.
- Size (sq ft)
- 57-58 High Street, Banbury, Oxfordshire, OX16 5JJ
- Offers invited
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