Town centre Grade II-listed thatched property going under the hammer
- Credit: Auction House East Anglia
A Grade II-listed thatched property made up of two businesses and two flats in the middle of Whittlesey town centre has hit the market.
The stunning cottage on Market Street is going to auction with Auction House East Anglia on Wednesday, March 24 and has a guide price of £250,000.
Situated in “prime position”, the cottage’s two flats are already occupied and the commercial units are home to Whittlesey Osteopaths and Blinds in Harmony.
The two shops and two flats provide an annual income of £27,180 at the seventeenth century property going under the hammer at 11am via live stream.
“The current owners have invested in the units to provide up to date accommodation,” said auctioneers Auction House East Anglia.
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“No 14 is let to Whittlesey Osteopaths and No 15 is let to Blinds in Harmony, the two first floor flats offer fitted kitchens with oven, hob and shower rooms.”
For more information, visit: www.auctionhouse.co.uk/eastanglia/auction/lot/107541
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