Historic building changes hands
Tisbury’s Oddfellows Hall, most recently home to a cycle shop, has a new owner.
Property consultancy Myddelton & Major has successfully negotiated the sale of the historic building which is in a sought-after location in Tisbury High Street.
The building, which has a self-contained three-bedroom flat above a shop, had a quoting price of £275,000 for the freehold with vacant possession.
Myddelton & Major Partner Simon Lee said: “This historic building, which was previously a cycle shop with a flat above, has been bought by a private purchaser.
“Originally built as a meeting hall, the Oddfellows Hall has a long and fascinating history and was used as the HQ for the Tisbury Home Guard during World War II.”
The shop has a net sales area of 905 sq ft (84.07 sq m), with 375sq ft (34.84 sq m) of ancillary storage and a separate WC.
The flat above, which is accessed via a separate side entrance, has an entrance hallway, three bedrooms, a bathroom, kitchen and a sitting/dining room.
Myddelton & Major Partner Simon Lee said: “This detached two-storey building fronts onto the upper end of Tisbury’s High Street, adjoining the Boot Inn, with predominantly residential properties around.”
Myddelton & Major was named the most active agency in Wiltshire in 2018 for the seventh year running by Estates Gazette, the weekly and online magazine of the UK commercial property industry.
Contact Myddelton & Major for more details of properties on 01722 337577 or visit www.myddeltonmajor.co.uk.