New Instruction - Former Anchor Pub in Streethay, Lichfield.
New Instruction - Former Anchor Pub in Streethay, Lichfield.

Burley Browne has been instructed to market TO LET the Former Anchor Pub in Streethay, Lichfield.

The ground floor commercial premises are being fully refurbished and modernised to provide modern gas centrally heated accommodation with parking. Anticipated Completion May 2020.

The premises form part of the Streethay House Farm development providing high quality apartments and backs onto the substantial Roman Heights housing development on the outskirts of Lichfield City Centre and with immediate access to the A38 to Burton.

Retail Director David Hemming commented, "With the substantial refurbishment nearing completion, it is clear to see that the eventual occupier of the ground floor commercial unit will enjoy truly impressive surroundings. Whilst consideration will be given to a variety of uses, the premises certainly lend themselves to a village shop or cafe use to take full advantage of its location and close proximity to the new housing developments".

Further information including the particulars can be found on our website here

To discuss this property in further detail, please contact:

David Hemming 

07841 234160

david.hemming@burleybrowne.co.uk

 

 

Published on Tuesday, 31 March 2020

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