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Lot 7Sold: £360,000

75 High Street, Ashford, Kent TN24 8SF

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Lot 7 details

6 Week completion


Occupying a prominent position on the pedestrianised High Street in the heart of the town centre, opposite Ernest Jones and surrounded by a number of Banks and Estate Agents together with such multiples as Boots, WH Smith, Marks & Spencer, Tesco Express, Starbucks and many others.
Ashford is a market town lying approx. 14 miles north-west of Folkestone and approx. 17 miles south-east of Maidstone with excellent communications to central London via the M20 (Junction 9) and Ashford International Railway Station with services to London's Charing Cross (85 minutes) and Paris (114 minutes).


An attractive Grade II Listed period terraced building comprising a Ground Floor former Banking Hall with Basement Storage plus internal and external side access to First Floor Offices (see Note 1) as well as an Attic. The front archway is excluded from the title at ground floor only.


(Plans available from Auctioneers)
Ground Floor Banking Hall
Gross Frontage 31'4" (at 1st. Floor)
Gross Frontage 22'11" (at Grd. Floor)
Internal Width 20'8"
Bank Depth 35'11"
Built Depth 74'9"
Area Approx. 1,275 sq ft plus WC
Area Approx. 235 sq ft
First Floor Offices
6 Offices, Kitchen/Staff Room
Area Approx. 925 sq ft plus 2 WCs
Attic Floor
4 Rooms Area Approx. 355 sq ft

Total Area Approx. 2,790 sq ft

VAT is NOT applicable to this Lot


Note 1: The first and attic floors may be suitable for residential conversion, subject to obtaining the necessary consents.

Note 2: The property was previously let for £47,500 p.a.

Note 3:As the property is Grade II Listed empty rates will not be applicable.

Enquire about this lot:


John Barnett
020 8492 9449


Steven Grossman
020 8492 9449

*Please note:


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