High Street, Builth Wells - £299,950

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A wonderful opportunity to purchase a stunning, character filled 17th Century Grade II Listed building in the heart of Builth Wells, with endless possibilities for living and working from home, providing the perfect 'escape to the countryside' property!

Key Features

  • Impressive and imposing 17th century building
  • Excellent change of lifestyle opportunity
  • Fantastic five bedroom owner's accommodation
  • Reluctant sale due to retirement
  • Wonderfully maintained character filled property
  • Private courtyard serving area and rooftop sun terrace
  • Premises ideal for a number of different purposes
  • Currently run as a successful tearooms business

This fantastic freehold opportunity is positioned in a prime, prominent and much sought after location. Builth Wells is a unique, picturesque and historically fascinating small Welsh town and benefits from a vibrant, active and diverse community with many activities, clubs and social opportunities in the area.

This impressive and imposing 17th Century Grade II Listed building boasts original character features throughout. It really has been a labour of love for the current owners who have put their heart and soul into the property. The black and White timber framed building has been sympathetically restored and re-fitted in recent years and the level of investment is obvious on viewing. In its current guise, as a renowned and successful tearooms, there is a lovely restaurant area as well as tea room and pleasant sitting room to the front of the building - currently 'The Little Bookshop'! To the rear is a good-sized courtyard with tables and seating, in total around 85 covers. These are catered for superbly by the preparation and serving commercial kitchens. The building is in a perfect position to take advantage of foot traffic, as well as repeat business and visitors to the area, as references by its current 4.4/5 star Google rating, and 4.5 star rating on TripAdvisor. There are plenty of storage rooms to the rear of the property, allowing ample space for white goods and food, as well as ladies and gents toilet and wash hand basin facilities conveniently located off the central hallway. A handy workshop is situated to the rear of the property as well.

Setting this opportunity aside from many other buildings available is the quality and size of the private residential accommodation located on the first floor of this wonderful building. With five bedrooms featuring an en-suite to the master, two bathrooms (one shower) and two reception rooms, this could offer generous family accommodation or extra income potential if the new owner's wished to branch out into bed and breakfast. Lovingly maintained and improved over the current owner's tenure, these rooms offer a wealth of character as you would expect, and need to be viewed to be appreciated in full. Externally, a sun terrace offers a low maintenance garden, offering a private retreat away from the hustle and bustle of running the business.

With Builth Wells being a bustling market town in Mid-Wales, there are many differing opportunities available to the new owners, subject to the necessary permissions, and this reluctant sale will provide superb character premises to start from. If the new owners wanted to continue the property as a tea room, then the fixtures and fittings are available by separate negotiation, including the contents of the commercial kitchens, both fully fitted with an array of quality stainless steel catering equipment, induction hob and separate electric oven to allow the incoming purchaser to trade immediately.

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Builth Wells has a range of amenities and facilities including Primary and Secondary Schools, a cinema, leisure centre, cricket, rugby, football and golf clubs. It is also home to the internationally famous Royal Welsh Show which is the largest agricultural show in Europe. The town has good transport links, is on a bus route between Cardiff and North Wales and is also served by Builth Road Railway Station on the Heart of Wales Line. Situated within the Wye Valley, an area of natural beauty and close to the Elan Valley at Rhayader, it is well-known as a walker’s paradise whilst the Red Kite feeding centre at Gigrin Farm offers a truly unique experience to see the rare and magnificent birds on a daily basis.


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