Was more previously used as a tea room and was historically used as a café and hairdressers. However, the premises could be easily converted to alternate use, subject to the relevant permissions. The double fronted premises is situated in a prominent location just before the high street. The accommodation comprises an open plan restaurant/café area with bar, access to kitchen, rear store and staff wc.
N.B. Fixtures and fittings are included in the sale.
Much Wenlock is a most attractive and interesting historic, small country town in the heart of the unspoilt Shropshire countryside. It has a wealth of period properties and architecture and there are very adequate modern everyday amenities including the William Brookes Secondary School and Sixth Form College which also incorporates a swimming pool and leisure centre. The World Heritage Site at Ironbridge is some 6 miles distant and Telford town centre with its wide range of amenities is some 9 miles to the north-east. There is also easy access to Shrewsbury and Bridgnorth.
How to get there – from Ironbridge proceed along the Wharfage; continue straight over the mini island to the T junction and turn left onto the A4169 road to Much Wenlock – when entering Much Wenlock proceed along and turn left onto Sheinton Street where the premises is on the right hand side.
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