The property comprises a two storey mid-terraced building of traditional construction with brick walls and pitched tiled roof. Internally the ground floor comprises a sales area and the first floor comprises office space alongside a staff room and toilets.
Blyth is a port town in South East Northumberland, located around 11 miles to the north east of Newcastle upon Tyne and 6 miles to the north of Whitley Bay. The town lies to the east of the A189 which gives access to the A1, A19 and Newcastle upon Tyne. The property is situated on Market Street in a central retailing location fronting onto the Market Square. Market Street is one of the main retailing locations in the town centre. Nearby occupiers include Savers, Iceland and Heron Foods.
The property provides the below net internal area;
|Ground Floor||60.22 sq m||648 sq ft|
|First Floor||60.10 sq m||647 sq ft|
|Total||120.32 sq m||1,295 sq ft|
The premises are available by way of a new full repairing and insuring lease at a rent of £14,000 per annum (exclusive). All other terms are to be agreed by negotiation. The freehold interest in the property may be available. Details upon application.
The rating assessment currently appearing on the Valuation List is as follows: –
2017 Rateable Value: £15,750
2023 Rateable Value: £13,000
The Small Business rate multiplier for the year 2022/20223 is 49.9 pence in the pound.
Each party to bear their own legal costs incurred in the transaction.
An EPC has been commissioned and will be made available ASAP.
All figures quoted are exclusive of VAT where chargeable.
In accordance with anti-money laundering regulations, two forms of identification and confirmation of the source of funding will be required from the successful tenant.