Cinque Ports Street, Rye, Sussex, TN31 7AD
Contact AgentRye Office
The Estate Office, 20 Cinque Ports Street
Tel: 01797 224000
About the Property
Rush, Witt & Wilson are delighted to present to the market this unique freehold development opportunity which has both a SHOP and a fully refurbished two bedroom MAISONETTE above.
Accommodation comprises a shop to the ground floor with direct access and frontage on the road. The shop currently comprises of two commercial areas, a toilet and sink to the rear.
Found with private access via an alleyway, there are stairs which rise to private storage and to the entrance to the first and second floor maisonette, accessed via a small outside area, access leads through to the first floor which comprises a newly decorated open plan living space with area suitable for a kitchen/diner, and to the second floor two bedrooms and a brand new shower room.
Viewings are recommended via the vendors appointed sole agents Rush, Witt & Wilson.
- Newly refurbished property
- Ground Floor Shop
- Two Bedroom First & Second Floor Duplex
- Outside Space
- Central Location
- Suitable for Main Residence/Rental Investment
The property is located in the centre of Rye where a range of daily amenities will be found including a supermarket, many specialist and general retail stores, as well as a selection of public houses and restaurants.
There is primary and secondary schooling in the town, weekly farmers’ and general markets and a sports centre with indoor swimming pool. The railway station offers regular services to the city of Brighton in the West and to Ashford where there is a high speed connection service (approx 38 minutes) to London and Continental Europe.
2.93 x 2.8 (9'7" x 9'2")
3.3 x 2.5 (10'9" x 8'2")
Open Plan Lounge/Diner/Kitchen
6.21 x 4.01 (20'4" x 13'1")
3.47 x 3.05 (11'4" x 10'0")
3.24 x 2.4 (10'7" x 7'10")
2.29 x 1.34 (7'6" x 4'4")
None of the services or appliances mentioned in these sale particulars have been tested.
It should also be noted that measurements quoted are given for guidance only and are approximate and should not be relied upon for any other purpose.
It can also be noted that the property was one residential unit and in 1960 planning permission was granted to change the ground floor to a commercial unit. It may be possible to revert this subject to the usual consents.