Goadsby are pleased to announce that they have taken on a new retail property onto the open market on Jewry Street. 3 De Lunn Buildings will be available for occupation from September 2011 onwards. The property currently trades as Maddie Attenborough Photography, who is relocating to Alresford.
Jewry Street remains a popular choice for retailers and benefits from good footfall due to its proximity in between the train station and the High Street. The premises are located in the main cultural quarter of Winchester City Centre close to the Theatre Royal and the Discovery Centre.
The immediate vicinity is home to a large number of restaurant chains including Brasserie Blanc, Prezzo, Loch Fyne, Zizzi and Wetherspoons as well as a number of independent restaurants and bars, A2 financial and professional users (including Goadsby) and A1 retailers such as CY Music and the Earl of Sandwich.
The property measures 1,501 sq ft (139.45 sq m) and consists of a basement, ground, first and second floor. It is entirely self-contained and retains many period features including bay windows on the first and a Juliette balcony on the second floor.
The De Lunn Buildings are a terrace of period properties and benefit from both good footfall and good passing traffic being in the one way system of Winchester.