8 Market Square, St Neots, PE19 2AW

1,998 Sq Ft
Under Offer


  • Ref: 6685 / MAJB
  • Type: Investment/Development
  • Availability: Under Offer
  • Property Type: Investment

Property Features

  • Well-established dental care investment opportunity
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Property Summary

Well-Established Dental Care Investment Opportunity Occupying a well-known and prominent position at the centre of St. Neots

Currently Let at a Passing Rental of £19,500 Per Annum Exclusive

Full Details

St. Neots is a town in the county of Cambridgeshire, approximately 50-miles north of Central London and straddles the River Great Ouse. The town is served by a railway station on the East Coast Main Line and is situated 14-miles west of Cambridge, approximately 20-miles south east of Kettering, 25-miles east of Northampton, 20-miles south of Peterborough and 15-miles north-east of Bedford.

The town is immediately adjacent to the A1, close to its junction with the A428 (Cambridge Road) and has access to both major arterial routes at various points.

The property occupies a central location fronting onto Market Square, in an established commercial position surrounded by a mixture of estate agents and other office, retail and similar occupiers. Nearby are Thomas Morris Estate Agents, Harry Robinson Estate Agents, Lovett Estate Agents, Connells and Peter Lane & Partners. Other occupiers also include Shepherd Stubbs Recruitment, Betty Bumbles Vintage Tea Rooms, Café Nero, Greggs, Lloyds Bank, Nationwide Building Society, M & Co., Scope and Iceland.

The Market Place, apart from providing space for the open market, also provides excellent short-term car parking and, directly to the front of the property are a number of bus stops which add to the pedestrian flow and activity in the centre.

The property is adjacent to Jubilee Gardens and St. Neots Bridge. At the other side of the bridge is a large surface car park, providing excellent pedestrian access.

The property comprises a Grade II listed 2-storey dental surgery, with ancillary attic level accommodation. The building was constructed in around the 17th Century/early 18th Century but was re-fronted in the 19th Century with a Georgian brick façade.

The property provides dental surgeries, waiting rooms, reception and staff areas at ground floor level, together with further waiting area, dental surgeries and clinical rooms at first floor level. To the rear is a garden area with direct access from the adjoining Jubilee Gardens