FORMER BANK UP FOR AUCTION FREEHOLD WITH VACANT POSSESSION

The former NatWest bank in Market Street comes up for auction on Thursday October 31st at a guide price between £150,000 – £200,000 plus fees. The three storey building which has remained empty since the Crewkerne branch of NatWest closed in June 2018, is being auctioned by Clive Emson Land & Property Auctioneers in their West Country sale at the St Mellion International Resort hotel complex in Saltash, Cornwall.

Catalogued as Lot 103, the Grade 2* listed building of Georgian architecture, with a banking history spanning 180 years in the town, is a fine historic example of one of the first purpose built banks in England and is being sold Freehold with vacant possession. It is being promoted by the auctioneers as having good sized accommodation over four floors, which includes the basement where a number of rooms with vaulted ceilings are located and having residential and commercial development potential. Viewings are by appointment only and are being conducted on specific weekdays from October 11th until October 28th. For more information and to arrange a viewing, please contact Graham Barton or Dave Henwood on 01392 366555.

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