101 Bath Street comprises a double fronted two storey building which is of traditional masonry construction with painted brickwork elevations beneath a pitched tile roof.
In terms of the condition, the property requires renovation and repair works and subject to further negation, the landlord/vendor may be open to providing a turn key development to suit the occupational needs of the purchaser/tenant.
In terms of configuration, the property currently provides a ground floor lock up shop with a separately accessed first floor which is currently arranged to provide a series of cellular rooms.
Specification and floor areas
|Ground Floor||1,076 sq.ft||100 sq.m|
|Total Floor Area
For sale: (subject to contract)
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There are no plans available to view for this property. Contact the agent for further information.
Ilkeston is a Derbyshire market town situated some ten miles to the north east of Derby and seven miles to the west of Nottingham. The area is relatively well connected with the M1 Motorway close by and the recent opening of Ilkeston Train Station further improving the towns connectivity.
The subject property is located towards the bottom end of Bath Street just outside the pedestrianised area in the towns main retail pitch and home to the likes of Lloyds Bank, William Hill, Timpson and Scrivens.