The property is located with frontage to Blackfriars Road and rear access via Trinity Place. This location is approximately 0.5 miles south of Great Yarmouth town centre, 0.16 miles east from the River Yare and 0.2miles west of Marine Parade and the famous Golden Mile tourist area. The immediate surrounding area is predominately residential in nature. There are also a variety of commercial operations nearby including the Time & Tide Museum, various shops and pubs.
The property comprises an extensive complex of historic buildings centred around a 300 year old fish smoke house of red brick construction with a pantile roof, and other buildings of a similar construction. Part of the Medievel town wall is incorporated into the structure. The whole complex oozes real character with the incorporation of many different types of structural timber - much of this collected with materials and artefacts from the maritime shipwrecks of the east coast. The building is itself a work of art.
The principle public access to the site is from Blackfriars Road where there is an impressive entrance leading to a gallery which is opened all the way up to the top of the 3 storey building. The historic nature of the property has an instant impact.
The entrance then leads into the former museum and shop area which fully incorporates the 300 year old smoke house and the atmosphere provided by it. There is also a 700 year old fresh water well which is a lovely feature. Further to the rear of the ground floor there are craft rooms, workshops and toilet.
The first floor is accessed via stairs and provides further craft areas and galleries. Toilets and kitchen facilities also provided. Stairs then lead to The Gally which is a mezzanine area at 3rd floor level.
Externally there is a fully enclosed courtyard, south west facing providing a lovely environment to sit and relax. Gates lead from this area to Trinity Place where vehicular access is provided with on street car parking.
We have measured the property in accordance with RICS Code of Measuring Practice and we have adopted the following gross internal floor areas.
Ground Floor 191.48 sq m (2,061 sq ft)
First Floor 151.72 sq m (1,633 sq ft)
Gally 18.60 sq m (200 sq ft)
Total 361.80 sq m (3895 sq ft)
We believe that mains water; drainage and 3 phase electricity are connected to the property. We have not carried out any tests on any of the fixtures and fittings or appliances. Any purchaser should arrange their own inspections as part of their due diligence.
The Freehold interest in the property only is available at a Guide Price of £225,000. VAT will not be payable on the purchase price.
The property is assessed as workshop and premises with a Rateable Value of £6,300 pa therefore no rates will be payable to qualifying business.
The premises are currently used as a pottery workshop and gallery. The owners have investigated the potential for converting the site to residential. The artist impression shows a potential 5 dwelling scheme with courtyard parking accessed from Trinity Place.
The immediate surrounding area is predominately residential in nature and neighbouring properties have been converted to residential dwellings. Therefore it is likely that the site could be converted to residential dwellings or other commercial uses such as café/restaurant and retail. Please contact Great Yarmouth Borough Council Planning Department 01493 856100.
Strictly by appointment with Bycroft Commercial 01493 844489 / email@example.com.