Open-plan Commercial Space, including a spacious Reception Area and two Separate Office Sections, Enclosed Meeting Room, Filing/Storage Area, Kitchen, Cloakroom with WC, Cellar
- COMMERCIAL PREMISES
- PRIME VILLAGE LOCATION
- OPEN-PLAN SPACE
- PRIVATE MEETING ROOM
- SEPARATE KITCHEN
- PERIOD FEATURES
- OVER 1000 SQ FT OF SPACE
3 New Street offers the rare opportunity to purchase commercial premises in a prime location in the heart of Painswick. Offering light-filled open-plan commercial space, the premises are accessed via New Street, the main street running through the heart of this idyllic Cotswold village. A spacious reception area with ample room for seating and a reception desk, provides an ideal welcome space, with two spacious and bright open-plan rooms leading off either side. An enclosed meeting/interview room is located to the rear of the building, providing the perfect space for confidential meetings or a quiet work space. The property benefits from lovely period features including historic mullion windows, a throw-back to the cottage once housed in half of the building. A kitchen plus separate storage space, cloakroom with WC and filing/storage area, are housed to the rear of the property. There is a spacious cellar with good head height, ideal for overflow storage.
The property offers a multitude of possibilities including office space, a shop or to convert to residential use (subject to the necessary consent). NB: half of the building was formerly Candleman's Cottage.
The property is located within minutes of our Painswick office, several doors along, heading towards the traffic lights, on the right hand side.
Painswick is an idyllic village located in the heart of the Cotswolds. Popular with tourists and with a thriving local community, the area has attracted several new and thriving businesses in the last few years. Well placed for transport links with trains into London Paddington from nearby Stroud Station, with a travel time of circa 90 minutes, the village is also well placed for ease of access to both the M4 and M5 motorways. The village benefits from a thriving boutique hotel, The Painswick, two popular pubs, several cafes and a village shop, as well as its own designer fabric shop and chemist. One of the key draws to the area, is the excellent choice of schools in both the private and state sector, with a popular village school and several selective grammar schools in nearby Stroud, Gloucester and Cheltenham.
For sporting enthusiasts, there is a golf course on Painswick Beacon and wonderful countryside for riding, cycling and walking.
The spa town of Cheltenham is within 20 minutes drive, with excellent shopping facilities and well known for its National Hunt racecourse and annual music, arts, science and literature festivals. Stroud is less than ten minutes drive with three major supermarkets and an award winning Saturday Farmer's Market.