Two former HSBC bank buildings in north Powys have been placed on the open market, providing a property investment opportunity.
The former HSBC banks at Llanfair Caereinion and Llanfyllin in north Powys are being marketed through estate agents and property surveyors Morris, Marshall and Poole.
Both centrally located in respective towns, MMP partner Rob Hudson said they both provided a good opportunity.
“The banks were closed earlier this year and with prime town centre locations they are ideal for someone who might want to use them for commercial use or even residential, subject to planning permission,” he said.
The former bank in Market Square, Llanfair Caereinion includes two self contained apartments in addition to the commercial space. It has a public reception, manager’s office with oak panelled walls, a staff room and kitchen.
One of the apartments in two bedroomed while the other is a single bedroom. Both come with kitchens, bathrooms and living space.
The former bank at Llanfyllin includes a reception porch, foyer and greeting area, office space and customer service counter, kitchenette and two toilets. It also has a
cellar with storage rooms.
“Both properties provide a wide range of possibilities within the local communities they sit in, particularly due to their prime town centre locations,” added Mr Hudson.
The property at Llanfair Caereinion is on the market for £125,000 while the Llanfyllin one is on the market at £60,000.
Details can be found at www.morrismarshall.co.uk or by calling MMP on 01938 554818.