Central building is suitable for a variety of different uses

Landmark building is available

Landmark building is available - Credit: Archant

Landmark building in the heart of Hadleigh

One of Hadleigh’s most recognisable landmark buildings is for sale.

Hadleigh Corn Exhange is suitable for a variety of uses subject to the usual planning and listed building consent.

Fenn Wright are looking for offers in the region of £375,000 for the impressive Grade II listed Corn Exchange on the Market Place.

The Corn Exchange dates back to 1813, and underwent a full restoration in 1895.


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Previously owned by the Hadleigh Market Feoffment Charity, the building was sold in the 1970s and is currently owned by Suffolk County Council. Concertus Design and Property Consultants is handling the disposal of the property on behalf of the council.

The premises were most recently used as a children’s centre although the authorised use remains as offices.

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Fronted by an impressive portico and with doors to front and rear, the interior of the building is over two floors, currently divided by stud partitioning to create a series of rooms on both levels.

Ground floor ancillary accommodation includes WCs and two kitchens. Mains services are also connected.

There is a gross internal area of approximately 5,285 sq ft.

Alistair Mitchell of Fenn Wright’s Ipswich office said: ”This is an interesting building with a great deal of potential, combining an attractive and historic exterior with a much more modern and flexible interior, capable of being adapted to suit a variety of alternative business, leisure, recreational or social uses.”

Full details are available from Fenn Wright on 01473 232701.

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