The property comprises a tower constructed in 1899 as purpose built premises for Wrights Crown Brewery Company Limited who were relocating from nearby Queen Street. The building has most recently been used as a mill and is Grade II listed. Constructed of red brick and arranged over ground and five upper floors, the property is one of the towns most striking buildings and benefits from a number of period features.
The property occupies a prominent town centre location at the junction of Cheshire Street and Maer Lane in a mixed commercial/residential location. The property is a short walk from the town centre and uses in the immediate location include residential, a car dealership and Morrisons supermarket.
Market Drayton is a medium sized town situated in the North of Shropshire with a population of about 10,000. Shrewsbury is about 20 miles to the South and Telford and the M54 and motorway network is 22 miles to the South.
The property has planning consent for conversion to 6 apartments , the boundary of the property is shown edged red on the plan. The area shaded blue comprises the ground floor of the main tower (currently occupied by Bodytech), which is in separate ownership and does not form part of the sale.Total area 434 sq m (4,677 sq ft)The property is available freehold with vacant possession upon completion.
All prices and rents mentioned in the sales particulars are exclusive of VAT.The property is to be reassessed.