Unique Mystique at Butcher Row
Cooper Green Pooks (Commercial Property Consultants) are pleased to report the letting of 13 Butcher Row, Shrewsbury to Former teacher, Deborah Bass and company chairman Paul Carvell, who will continue to trade as Mystique.
The retail space offered at Mystique is in a beautiful timber-framed building that formed part of the Grade I Listed Abbots House. A Grade I listing is attributed to the buildings of the highest significance, Historic England comment the building that includes number 13 Butcher Row is ‘A remarkably complete and significant surviving example of a late medieval town house, with evidence for original shop units’ explaining that the row of three shops were possibly purpose-built with dwellings above from circa late 15th century.
Today, beneath one of the Interlaced friezes over the doorways to the row, at number 13 Mystique continue to offer exquisite lingerie and designer beachwear including custom measuring and fitting service. Deborah has also completed a specialist training course specifically to provide assistance for post-operative mastectomy fittings and visits Shrewsbury Hospital working alongside breast cancer nurses helping ladies.
Alessio Dyfnallt, Commercial Consultant with Cooper Green Pooks who arranged the letting, commented ‘the retail space offered at 13 Butcher Row is unique to Shrewsbury town centre in that it is a Grade I listed building featuring window displays to two elevations; the pedestrianized zone of Butcher Row and cobbled road to St Alkmonds Place/Fish Street. Offering an especially appealing retail space, Mystique have traded well from the unit for many years and the new owners will be looking build on that success’
Mystique may be visited now instore or at their facebook page https://www.facebook.com/MystiqueShrewsbury/
For further information contact Alessio Dyfnallt at Cooper Green Pooks