“Rare” retail unit comes to market in Stokesley
24 October 2017
Teesside independent commercial property consultants Dodds Brown has been appointed to market a rare opportunity for a prominent high street retail space in Stokesley, North Yorkshire.
More than 1,000 sq ft of prime retail space is available on the ground floor of 33 High Street, Stokesley, TS9 5BQ, in the former Pearsons TV and Electrical store, with a further 1,200 sq ft of storage space and staff facilities on the upper two floors.
“This is good size, well located retail unit, and a rare opportunity for retailers to find such good space in this attractive market town,” says letting agent Richard Wilson, Senior Associate Partner at Middlesbrough-based Dodds Brown.
33 High Street is on the south side of Stokesley High Street overlooking the main car park and the Town Hall entrance. Nearby occupiers include Costa, Cooper and Barr opticians, The Yorkshire Store and Corals.
Mr Wilson continues: “Stokesley is an affluent North Yorkshire market town with an attractive and busy High Street with a good range of shops and services, which serve the population of Stokesley and the wider catchment. A weekly market is held every Friday and an award winning farmer’s market is held on the first Saturday of every month.”
Quoting rent is £19,000 per annum for a minimum five year lease.