The subject property is situated in an accessible position fronting Finkle Street close to Ripons historic Market Place. There is plentiful parking nearby.
Whilst technically a city thanks to its magnificent cathedral, Ripon is an attractive and bustling historic market town with a diverse economy with employers from the tourist, agricultural, service, engineering and public sectors.
The town has very good road links being situated on the A61 with quick access to the A1(M) thereby providing excellent links to the regional road and motorway network.
The subject property is one of a wide range of shops, services and amenities in the town. Ripon has a growing resident population with major new developments being undertaken by national housebuilders, and benefits from a year round visitor/tourist trade. At its closest point Ripon is only a mile from the Yorkshire Dales National Park and a short drive from the North York Moors National Park. With combined annual visitor days of over 10 million the town is ideally placed to benefit from its strategic location.
The subject property is situated with immediate frontage to Finkle Street close to the historic Market Place, and comprises the ground floor of a period building of traditional brick construction with stone dressings.
Internally the property is laid out to provide a recessed entrance leading to a sales area, store room, WC and kitchenette.
FLOOR AREAS (approximate NIA)
Sales - 65.08 sq m (700 sq ft)
Stores - 19.96 sq m (215 sq ft)
Kitchen - 7.70 sq m ( 83 sq ft)