Whitegates recommend an early viewing to fully appreciate this substantial village property formed as a result of combining two separate houses together with a large private rear garden and a detached double garage with an integral storeroom integrated at the rear.
The premises occupy an unopposed position in the centre of the attractive village of Wybunbury, renowned for its leaning St Chads church tower, some 3.5 miles from the nearby larger South Cheshire towns of Nantwich and Crewe.
Situated amidst delightful countryside Wybunbury enjoys excellent connections with the rest of the UK with four major motorways across Cheshire ensuring fast access to major cities and national commercial centres. Manchester International airport is comfortably with an hours drive, the high speed London Euston train service is available locally from Crewe whilst Manchester Liverpool and Stoke on Trent offer big city entertainment including internationally famous football teams, theatres and concert halls.
In more particular detail the property comprises;
Retail Sales Area 9.6m x 7.2m (31'6" x 23'6") having corner shop front with two display windows and approached through a central entrance door the retail sales area has an integrated preparation area and was completely refurbished in 2014, it is well appointed with modern wall shelving, a double sided central gondola display, two delicatessen counters a new open chiller, an upright drinks fridge, a new four door chiller, an upright freezer, various other racks and display stands, a new Post Office combi-counter with a single person station and a full high definition surveillance system.
Study/Office 3.5m x 3.0m (11'7" x 9'10") having a double glazed patio door leading out to the rear garden.
Breakfast Kitchen 3.7m x 3.6m (12'0" x 11'9") appointed with a range of honey oak faced floor and drawer units with preparation surfaces over, an inset sink with a mixer tap, plumbing and space beneath for appliances, matching suspended wall storage and display cupboards a central heating radiator and double glazed front and rear aspect windows.
Lounge 4.7m x 3.6m (15'4" x 11'9") having a marble effect fireplace focal point with an inset coal effect gas fire and an Adam style surround and a double glazed front aspect window.
Bedroom No 2 3.7m x 3.4m (12'2" x 11') having a central heating radiator and double glazed front and side aspect windows.
Inner Landing having a deep built-in linen cupboard with a British Gas boiler providing central heating and hot water.
Bathroom 2.2m x 1.9m (7'3" x 6'3") appointed with a white suite with complementary ceramic tiled splash areas comprising a corner bath with a Mira mains water pressure shower over, a pedestal hand basin and a pedestal toilet, a central heating radiator with a thermostat and an obscure double glazed window.
Bedroom No 1 3.4m x 3.3m (11' x 10'10") having a fitted wardrobe, a central heating radiator and a double glazed rear aspect window.
Bedroom No 3 or Dining Room 3.7m x 3.0m (12'0" x 9'9") having a central heating radiator with a thermostat and double glazed front and rear aspect windows.
Double Garage 5.5m x 5.3m (18'0" x 17'6") a detached brick built double garage with roof space storage, power and light points and two double opening front doors.
Storeroom 5.5m x 0.2m (18'0" x 0'6") forming an integral part of the garage having power and light points and double side entrance doors.
Rear Garden a large enclosed lawned rear garden with an extensive flagged patio and a garden toilet facility.
THE BUSINESS This profitable business is available for sale due to retirement and enjoys a current Post Office income in the region of £18000 per annum, (the appointment of sub postmaster is at the direction of the Post Office Ltd)), the retail trade is taking in the region of £4400 per week derived from the sale of counter news and magazines, convenience grocery items, frozen foods, soft drinks, confectionary, greeting cards, stationery, tobacco products, deli products and off licence, sandwiches, pies & cakes, coffee tea and soup.Fixtures. Fittings and Stock in Trade will be taken a valuation.Business Hours.The current trading times are Monday to Friday 7.30am to 7.30pm, Saturday 7,30am to 5.30pm and Sunday 9.00am to 12.00 noon.Staffing.The day to day running of the business is done by one of the vendors together with one full time staff member and two part time staff members.The staff will transfer with the business and prospective purchasers should seek independent legal advice in respect of TUPE (Transfer of Undertakings Protection of Employment) regulations.
INVESTMENT OPPORTUNITY the business could trade from the premises on the basis of a Lock-Up and would attract a Rent in the region of £10000 per annum exclusive with the separated living accommodation attracting a rent of £6600 exclusive.
REDEVELOPMENT OPTION there is a potential residential redevelopment option, subject to obtaining any necessary planning consents, to convert the main building into two houses and possibly a single storey new build on the garden.