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Castle Street, Hay-On-Wye, HR3

A commercial Freehold property on the approach to the town centre of Hay on Wye with large display window. Comprising ground floor Zone A Retail area of 32.3sq.m (347sq.ft) and first and second floor storage. Currently run as a gallery.

13A Castle Street is a well-established commercial building in the market town of Hay on Wye. The property enjoys a prominent location, close to the junction of two main streets that lead to the town centre and benefit from high footfall from the residential district of the town and being close to the main public car park. It has the benefit of a large display windowA Grade II listed property, it was once the original town Fire Station and an early fireman's helmet still hangs over the threshold as a reminder.Hay-on-Wye is a pretty market town on the banks of the river Wye, just within the Brecon Beacons National Park. It is an area of high scenic value with a strong year round tourist visitor footfall including the now famous Hay Festival. Originally reknown for its many bookshops, the town now offers a host of retail outlets including antiques, boutiques, and cafes as well as the still popular books.

Ground Floor
8.40m x 5.60m (27'7" x 18'4")
A spacious and light room with full glazed retail frontage of 3 meters.

Four steps down to
3.50m x 1.86m (11'6" x 6'1")
Open plan rear area providing an office, kitchenette space. With sink unit and window. Door to Cloakroom and glazed door to exterior.

1.80m x 1.10m (5'11" x 3'7")
With low flush WC, hand basin, window to north.

First Floor
8.90m x 5.60m (29'2" x 18'4")
Stairs to first floor, again a light and open plan area with large double glazed window to the high street and two single glazed windows to the rear elevation. Cupboard.

Second Floor
5.10m x 3.40m (16'9" x 11'2")
Stairs to second floor roof room area with ample light from two large Velux windows. A sizable and separate room with a window. A small room with hot water cylinder and tank.

Pavement to front elevation. To the rear is shared pedestrian access and there is also room to unload vehicles, as long as these do not obstruct the adjoining property owners. There is no right to park.

Business rates
£7,100 payable to Powys Council

It has an established use for A1 retailing and is within the protected retail core. This means that it currently cannot be used for other uses (food sales, offices, cafe, etc.) without a formal change of use from the Brecon Beacons National Park.

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