01480 213811


Barford + Co, the St Neots based firm of Chartered Surveyors and Planning Consultants has been instructed to market town centre retail premises at 40 High Street, Huntingdon. The property which comprises a shop with a self-contained flat above has traded as the Parsley Pot selling gifts, homeware and ladies clothes and accessories for many years.

The property is arranged over three floors including a flat at second floor which is currently let and income producing. With a sales are of circa 952 sq ft, ancillary storage to the rear and first floor storage totalling 580 sq ft,  the property has potential for uses falling within Class A1 (General Retail), Class A2 (Offices for Financial Services, Estate Agent, Recruitment Consultants, etc) or Classes A3 to A5 (Restaurant/Café or Bar).

Commenting on behalf of Barford + Co, Felicity Paddick said “This property is located on the south side of the High Street adjacent to Costa and Boots and close to various other national multiples. This is an excellent opportunity for an occupier or investor to acquire prime freehold property within the improving town centre of Huntingdon”.

The agents are quoting a guide rent of £36,000 per annum to include the second floor flat which produces a rental income of £475 pcm. Alternatively the ground floor shop and first floor storage is available separately at a quoting rent of £30,000 per annum. The freehold of the whole building is being quoted at a guide price of £495,000. Interested parties should contact either Felicity Paddick or Phil Halmshaw at Barfords on 01480 213811.


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