APP Surveyors

New Instruction – 45a Church Street,

One of the Align Chartered Surveyors’ standout listing is an edge -of-town centre F&B property that’s ripe for transformation into a restaurant or pub.

Located in a courtyard packed with gourmet establishments, the two-floor premises offer an unmatched opportunity.

The first floor currently houses a 4/5-bedroom apartment, showcasing its versality. Businesses, whether start-ups or established brands, will find this setting to be perfect launchpad in the Market Town of Guisborough. The property proximity to the iconic Guisborough Priory and ruins off Church Street only enhances its appeal.

Connectivity and Accessibility:

Adjacent on-street parking makes it convenient for customers to access the area, and the town at large. Located just a stone’s throw away from Westgate, the property is enveloped by a collection of amenities. From charming local boutiques and cafes to multinational giants like Costa, JD Wetherspoon, and Morrisons’s, everything is within arm’s reach.

Moreover, its strategic location near the famous Guisborough Priory and the North Yorkshire Moors, a famous tourist location, is an added advantage. And for those looking at connectivity, Guisborough’s robust transport links to cities like Newcastle, Durham, York, and Leeds via the A172, A66, and A19 make commuting a breeze.

Commenting on this new instruction, Chris Black BSc, MRICS, Technical Director of Agency, Investment & Property Management said: ‘At Align Chartered Surveyors, we pride ourselves on our commitment to ever-evolving commercial property landscape. Guisborough, with its rich history and thriving market scene, presents unique opportunities. The town, with its mix of historical charm and modern amenities, is poised for business growth. This new instruction is a fantastic business development opportunity, it can be transformed into a restaurant or pub, and is suitable for both start-ups and established businesses.’

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