This end terraced building between the High Street and the churchyard currently trades as an estate agent but is
suitable for a variety of other retail uses, benefiting from a return frontage in a prominent location. The ground
floor provides over 550 sq ft of retail accommodation with further rough storage available in the basement of a
similar size. There is the possibility of taking further office accommodation on the first floor by way of a
separate lease if so required of a little over 300 sq ft. EPC rating E101.
Specification and floor areas
- Use: A1
- Net Internal Floor Area
|Basement||582 sq.ft||54 sq.m|
|Ground Floor||554 sq.ft||52 sq.m|
|First Floor||307 sq.ft||29 sq.m|
|Total Floor Area
To let: (subject to contract)
- Rent £23,000 pax.
- The premises are available by way of a new FRI lease the terms of which are negotiable, however rent in the
order of Â£23,000 per annum is being sought. The ingoing tenant is to be responsible for both partiesâ€™ reasonable
- Rateable Value of this property: £20,500.
Rates Payable 2021/2022: £10,230
These property particulars are believed to be a fair description of the property, but are provided as a guide only and are not intended to
form part of a contract. All measurements and dimensions are approximate. Any reference to service installations or appliances is
intended to be descriptive only and no tests have been carried out by us.
There are no plans available to view for this property. Contact the agent for further information.
57 High Street is located on the junction of the High Street and churchyard passage in the heart of Ashford town
centre â€œbehindâ€ Middle Row. This is a central location in the heart of a pedestrianised area, benefiting from a
return frontage and a high footfall. Ashford, one of Kentâ€™s designated growth centres, is centrally located within
the County and benefits from a fine communications network via the A20/M20 and five mainline railways. It has
a population of 54,000 inhabitants and following the completion of the High Speed Rail Link London is now only
some 37 minutes distant via HS1. The International Passenger Station gives direct access to Northern Continental
Europe in the other direction.