A rare opportunity to purchase a commercial premises in a prime trading location offering potential to convert the
first floor retail space to a residential studio apartment.
The property has been running as a successful Antiques business for over 25 years and can be stepped straight into but would also be suitable for many other retail purposes. The shop would rent easily if you didn’t want to run one yourself and upstairs could be put back to a rental flat if living accommodation was needed. There would also be the option if wanted to turn it back into a full residence subject to permissions.
The town is popular year-round, lots of independent shops
specialising in Antiques, Interiors and Vintage but alongside these
you’ll find wonderful homeware, clothing, jewellery, food and drink
businesses. There are many events for both locals and visitors to attend, Gin Festivals, Sing Along the River, Regattas, Lostfest,
Ciderfest and Dickensian Evening to name a few. It has a great
community, easy to make new friends with many varied groups to
get involved with.
The River Fowey offers lots of possibilities, wild swimming, paddle
boarding, canoes, kayaks, boating, running through St Winnow and
Golant before reaching Fowey and the open sea, you can also divert
to Lerryn and many other tributaries. The book Wind in the Willows
was based on the authors love and experiences of the river Fowey. The countryside surrounding Lostwithiel offers beautiful circular
walks in all directions and Lanhydrock House is an easy walk. The
coast, clifftop walks and beaches are just a short distance away.