Retail Unit at The Bank House, Salter Street, Stafford
- To Let
- £7,500 per annum
300 sq.ft. (27.87 sq.m.)
- Currently part of a well-established café bar/restaurant
- Attractive building
- Busy secondary location
- Would suit artisan and small scale retail operations
- Low cost inclusive rental opportunity
The property is situated in Stafford town centre directly opposite The Vine Hotel and on the south side of Salter Street between its junctions with Bank Passage, Maltmill Lane and Market Street. Salter Street, which is just off the town's main retailing thoroughfare, is an attractive shopping destination with a wide variety of specialist retailers represented in the immediate vicinity. The redeveloped Kingsmead car park where Aldi and B&M are represented is nearby.
The premises comprise part of the ground floor of an attractive two-storey brick and tile building with self-contained residential apartments on the upper floor. Built in 1862 to accommodate the Staffordshire Savings Bank, sold to Thomas Salt in 1866, then a school and thereafter a doctor's surgery, the property was refurbished and converted in 1998, winning a Conservation Award in 2000, and now provides a coffee bar/restaurant with approximately sixty covers.
The unit now available for separate letting comprises an area previously used for dining but is now surplus to operational requirements and is likely to be particularly appealing to artisan and small scale traders looking to establish a retail operation in an attractive setting with an ongoing complementary adjoining use.