Retail Investment Sales Tell A Different Town Centre Tale

The recent sale to two retail properties on Huntingdon High Street reinforces the position that town centre bricks and mortar still retains appeal to property investors.



That’s the view of the Huntingdon office of Eddisons incorporating Barker Storey Matthews who, as the sole selling agent on each property, has confirmed the completion of the sales of 34 and 87/88 High Street to new owners while tenants in situ and trading on current lease terms.

The restaurant premises of 1,580 sq ft (146.8 sq m) at 34 High Street were offered for sale with a published guide price of £245,000.

The retail element of the 1,461 sq ft (135.73 sq m) premises sold at 87 and 88 High Street is occupied by a florist and has three single bedroom flats too.  It was marketed for sale at £425,000.


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