4a Bath Lane, Hixon, Stafford
- Now Sold
- Offers in region of £55,000
865 sq.ft. (80.36 sq.m.)
- Previously used for retailing purposes
- Suitable for non-retail/general business use subject to planning consent
- Early availability
- Central village location
- Rates free subject to occupier qualifying criteria
- Possibility of letting
The property is situated on the west side of Bath Lane close to its junction with Church Lane and in the centre of Hixon, a large village located approximately seven miles north-east from Stafford and Junction 14 of the M6 Motorway. The A51 trunk road links Hixon with Rugeley six miles to the south-east and with Stone, which is about seven miles to the north-west. Uttoxeter is approximately nine miles distant to the north-east.
The property comprises a single-storey building forming part of a block of two and is of brick and blockwork construction with a pitched roof in cement sheeting and a timber-framed glazed shop front.
The premises were previously used for the sale of pet supplies and for dog grooming but would be suitable for a wide variety of alternative retail purposes or for another commercial use subject to any planning consent considered appropriate by the relevant local authority.
The building might be of interest to prospective purchasers who require a retail, office or storage facility in an area that has a substantial manufacturing and warehousing base and enjoys excellent communications links with a number of major Mid-Staffordshire towns.