Ancient House is a Grade I listed building dating from the 15th Century. The building sports detailed pargeting, and also elaborate wood carvings around the front of the house. Four panels of pargeting show a Tudor impression of the world. The front of the building also bears the Royal Arms of King Charles II.
The accommodation is over basement, ground, first and second floors and has a total area of approximately 7,846 sq .ft. The main entrance is off Butter Market though a single door. This also provides disabled access. To the rear of the property is a small court yard and metal stairs for means of escape. The windows at the front of the property are encased in detailed wood carvings.
Rent: £50,000 per annum exclusive
External and Internal Courtyards
Grade I Listed Building
Use Class E
Suitable for Restaurant Use Subject to Planning
The property has Class A. However, there have been changes to the planning system which states that, from 1 September 2020, amendments to the use class order were made which, enables A1/2/3 & B1 to be treated as class E.
Interested parties are advised to contact the local authority to check their use is acceptable under class E.
Ipswich is the administrative and county town of Suffolk with a resident population of 130,000 and a retail catchment population of approximately 300,000.
Located on the main thoroughfare between the town centre and the Buttermarket Shopping centre (Empire Cinema & Restaurants). Nearby occupiers are Joules, Waterstones, White Stuff, Super Dry, New Look, Swarovski, Toni&Guy Patisserie Valley and Costa.
Terms & Conditions
The property is available by way of a new effective full repairing and insuring lease on terms to be agreed.