Bush Street, Pembroke Dock, Pembrokeshire

Offers in the region of £149,500

  • Close To Town Centre
  • Ground Floor Retail Area
  • Two Upper Floor Flats
  • Located In Densely Populated Area

Pembroke Dock is one of the larger settlements in the south west of the County Of Pembrokeshire. It was formerly the home of the Royal Naval Dockyard and is currently well known for its ferry port serving Ireland. Also nearby are the power station, oil terminal and LNG plants. The premises are situated in the densely populated area of the town fronting one of its main roads.

The premises are available freehold with vacant possession apart from the first floor flat which is currently occupied on a standard AST Agreement.

Offers are invited in the region of £149,500.

Rates/Council Tax
According to the gov.uk website, the rateable value of the ground floor is £3,500. This would make the rates payable for the whole of the 2017/2018 financial year approximately £1,747. However, there are a number of schemes for which an occupier can apply which should mean that there will be relief from rates payable.

Energy Performance Certificate (EPC)
Copies of the EPCs for the different areas of the building are available from the John Francis Commercial Department. They show that the rating for the ground floor is E(109) for Flat 1 it is D(62) and for Flat 2 it is C(70).

Immediately upon completion of legal formalities.

Viewing Arrangements
Please contact David Cochlin in our Commercial Department on 01834 861810 or via email to dc@johnfrancis.co.uk

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