The premises comprise a Grade II listed retail unit at ground floor that was most recently occupied by Boots the Chemist who also occupied the adjoining (No.8). The residential accommodation over the shop is not available and will be separately occupied.
There is also a basement and lower ground floor room.
The property has toilets and kitchen facilities
Refurbished ground floor retail unit
Formerly part of Boots the Chemist
Cellar and lower ground floor storage
Prominent Market Town centre location
Would suit a variety of occupiers
The property is situated on the corner of Market Place and Abbey Water, opposite the Lord Palmerston statue which forms a roundabout with The Hundred and Bell Street within the town centre of the historic Market Town of Romsey.
The local area is made up of a number of retail units, bars and restaurants including a Costa Coffee, Fat Face, Waitrose, local department store (Bradbeers) and Mole Valley Country Store. There are also residential properties.
In addition, Romsey has an important tourist function with numerous historic buildings including Romsey Abbey, National Trust properties and Broadlands Estate.
Romsey has relatively good road communications with the M27 motorway being accessed to the south providing links to Southampton and Winchester.
Terms & Conditions
A new full repairing and insuring lease is available on terms to be negotiated.