7, High Street CO10
1,144 sq ft (106.3 sq m)
The Crooked House is a delightful Grade II listed property, believed to date back to 1395. The property is currently run as a popular tea room with residential accommodation on the first floor, however, the building has previously been used as a gallery, photographic studio and purely as a home. In order to return the property to residential only, an incoming purchaser would need to secure the necessary consents, however the layout of the rooms lend themselves well for either commercial or residential use.
- Guide price: £525,000
- Life Style Tea Room Business Opportunity
- Previously Used As a Gallery
- Possible to Convert to Residential STP
- The property has consent to be used as a Cafe. Interested parties are advised to contact the local authority to disusse their use of the preropety.
- Available on request
Lavenham is famed as the best-preserved medieval village in England with about 340 listed buildings, all of which are centred around a delightful village square which features The Guildhall. The village offers an excellent selection of amenities including a post office, butchers, bakery, grocery stores, pharmacy, popular and award winning restaurants, pubs, galleries and The Swan Hotel which has a spa.