The grade two-listed property on Knutsford’s King Street is on the market with an asking price of nearly £1m.
The 2,600 sq ft double-fronted property has been home to Knutsford Antiques for the past two decades and dates back to the Georgian period.
Split over 12 rooms over three floors, the building is situated on King Street, the Cheshire town’s main shopping area.
The building is being sold by Blacks Business Brokers on behalf of owners David and Patricia McLeod, who have owned it since 1995 but are looking to sell the business ahead of their retirement.
On its sale, the building could be retained as an antiques shop; it currently generates rental income of £60,000 per annum from letting rooms to a number of other antiques dealers. It could also be used for commercial space or sold as a vacant possession.
Chelsea Melnyk, sales negotiator at Blacks Business Brokers, said: “Opportunities to acquire the freehold on a property like this at one of Knutsford’s most sought-after addresses are few and far between. It will make a fabulous investment whether a new owner chooses to continue operating the antiques shop, base their own business there or let it out to commercial tenants.”
“I am expecting substantial interest in this one now the word is out.”