These premises were formerly the National Westminster Bank located in the upper part of High Street in the town centre of Bromyard and indeed, in one of the busiest parts of the central area. The building itself is a substantial early 19th Century property of some distinction and has for very many years been the Bromyard branch of the National Westminster Bank (and of course National Provincial Bank in former times). The town itself has a population of around 4,000 people and is located approximately equidistant between Hereford and Worcester being 14 miles from the former and 16 miles from the latter and is also within easy reach of the surrounding towns of similar distance of Ledbury, Leominster, Tenbury Wells and Ludlow. The town has been known as a centre for good quality foods.The premises consists of the ground floor of this substantial 3 storey building. It consists of a former banking hall with adjacent room to which 2 archways previously provided access with a number of ancillary rooms including a substantial kitchen, ladies and gents toilets facilities.Main Former Banking Hall - 667 sq ft (61.99 sq m) Adjacent Front Main Room - 321 sq ft (29.82 sq m) Other Ancillary Rooms - 811 sq ft (75.33 sq m) Separate Ladies & Gents WCs Extensive Cellars TOTAL - 1,799 sq ft (167.14 sq m) £15,000 per annum exclusiveRateable Value: £7,900 Rates Payable: £3,792 2015/2016 Rates payable 48p in the £.