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Cluny has a great selection of small specialist shops and particularly attracts an artistic and creative public. International visitors peak in the summer months but many are present throughout the year for various sporting, religious or cultural manifestations. Others simply come to appreciate the history and architecture of the renowned Romanesque site.
On the ground floor, a small entrance takes you into the shop display area with full width windows to the street. To the rear is a small area with sink, built-in cupboards and a WC. On the first floor is a large room with stone fireplace and pointed stonework, currently used as the owner’s work room. Above this is a room with a glass divider to be developed, currently used for storage. Each floor has a window to the street at the front of the property.
The main commercial street running through Cluny is just a few metres away, this property being in a small road on the way through to the market place and central square in front of the Abbey. It is only 4 minutes walk from the free parking in the Place du Champ de Foire and visible on reaching the central paved area which includes the most popular shops in the town. The neighbour is a bakery, useful in more ways than one.
The property is in a perfectly usable condition, but would benefit from some small investments to improve the comfort and appearance. It is surrounded on 3 sides by other buildings so easy to heat, and with a window giving natural light from the west on each floor.
Please contact us for further details, photos and room measurements.
Thank you for understanding that visits are strictly by appointment accompanied by the agent, as this is still a working business.
A perfect opportunity for a small business wanting a useful address in central Cluny.
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