The building is the former premises of Lloyds Bank and extends to around 600 square metres over two main floors and a basement, all set behind a superb stone neo-classical façade. Suitable for a wide variety of retail, A2 or A3 uses (subject to any necessary consents) the building has also been a bistro in its recent past. The property also offers the benefit of a parking area at the rear, accessed from Trevarthian Road.
High Cross Street is the principal route between the St Austell town centre and the main bus/rail station. As such the location offers good footfall. The town and its catchment have a population approaching 30,000 and recent planning announcements including the new ‘Garden Village’ proposed for the edge of the town. Contrary to national trends, St Austell has seen an increase in retail spend and footfall over the past two years.
Strictly by prior appointment with the vendor's sole agents Lewis & Company, 01726 66442.