Changes on Nailsea High Street 1

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By Carol_Deacon | Wednesday, January 30, 2013, 14:40

The former Sion Computers  shop at 124A High Street has finally been sold.

The shop which closed suddenly in November 2011 has been sold by estate agents Stephen & Co.

The name of the new owner and the price agreed has not been disclosed but the shop was marketed with guide price of £150-170,000 to include the upstairs living accommodation. 

The freehold was previously owned by Watkins & Tasker Veterinary Group and was sold with a sitting tenant living in the flat upstairs.

The property is now offered at an annual rent of £10,000pa by Ian Thompson, of Thompson Commercial.

Mr Thompson said: "The new owners intend occupying it themselves in due course but in the meantime I have been asked to let it on a temporary lease at a low rent and it could be very suitable for a 'pop up' shop, or someone wanting to test drive a new business."



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