5 Sheep Street, Rugby


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Key Features

  • Flexible accommodation suitable for either retail or small office
  • Town Centre location
  • Easy access to the surrounding car parking
  • Easy access to the Town Centre amenities
  • Refurbished accommodation to include a new roof



The property comprises a two storey brick built unit surmounted by a newly replaced pitched tiled roof.

The accommodation is laid out over ground and first floors.

Accommodation SQ.M SQ.FT

Ground Floor 10.12 109

First Floor 10.26 110

Total NIA 20.38 219

The property comprises a newly refurbished building having timber framed shopfront, tiled floor and painted plaster walls and ceiling with power points and usb sockets.

First Floor comprises laminate flooring with painted plaster walls and ceiling to include velux roof light having a separate w.c. and wash hand basin including a kitchenette comprising base unit and worktop.

This ground floor retail unit is situated on Sheep Street, on the right hand side, being used by the Charity DAPP.

Rugby is an expanding market town situated close the East/West Midlands border and strategically located for a number of major routes including the M1 motorway at Junction 18, the M6 motorway at Junction1 and the A5. There is also quick and easy access to the A14, which leads to the east coast ports.

Rugby is a bustling town with an increasing population currently in excess of 100,000 and sits within striking distance of Coventry to the west and Northamptonshire and Leicestershire to the east and north respectively. Rugby Central Shopping Centre is surrounded by the retail areas of the town and there are a number of major outlying industrial estates and a new retail park at Elliot's Field on Leicester Road to the north of the town centre. Rugby town is also credited with being the birth place of Rugby Football Union.


Freehold offers invited in the region of £95,000.

Howkins & Harrison LLP stipulate that all prices and rents are stated exclusive of VAT whether or not payable.


Freehold with vacant possession.


We are advised that main services are connected to the property to include electricity, mains water, gas and drainage.


Not Applicable.


Our investigations have revealed that the property has a rateable value of £7,000 with effect from 1st April 2017.

The property therefore qualifies for 100% business rates relief and Rugby Bid relief on the assumption that the purchaser/occupier qualifies for the same.


The EPC Rating is E104 valid until August 2029.


We understand that the property has planning permission for an A1 or 'E' Use Class. We recommend interested parties make their own enquiries to the planning department at Rugby Borough Council on 01788 533533.