Southwold shop could fetch more than �800,000 at auction
A shop at the heart of a north Suffolk town is expected to draw 'considerable investor interest' when it goes up for auction this week.
The property at 10 Market Place, Southwold, has been given a guide price of �875,000 by London-based auctioneers Acuitus Ltd.
At present, the lease to the property is held by WH Smith who rent the space for �60,195 per year. The retail-chain holds a 10-year, three month, lease until 2022.
The grade II listed building will go under the hammer on Thursday at the Millennium Hotel in Grovesnor Square, London.
Acuitus auctioneer, Richard Auterac, said: 'This is an excellent property in a great location and has just been let on a new 10-year lease to a household name retailer. We're expecting considerable investor interest when it comes up for auction.'
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The 2,467 sq ft space includes a double-fronted retail unit on the ground floor, basement ancillary accommodation and self-contained residential accommodation over first and second floors. It comprises of 11 rooms, a kitchen, two bathrooms and a parking space at the back of the property.
The auctioneers claim it will show a buyer an initial return on their investment of nearly 7pc.
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The property will form part of 30 lots which have a collected value of about �27m.