The property is located in the town centre on the East side of Linthorpe Road within the main pedestrianised area. The premises are situated in a prominent position, close to the Railway Station, adjacent to Marks and Spencers.
Middlesbrough is the largest commercial centre between Leeds and Newcastle and is the most popular retail location with the Tees Valley serving a catchment of 640,000; there are 880,000 people within a half hour drive and 2.7 million within a one drive.
Nearby occupiers include Subway, Halifac and Baytree Interiors.
This Grade 2 listed building was constructed in the late 19th century and the Ground Floor is available to let.
The Shakespeare operated as a hotel and pub for around 150 years and still boasts a range of historical features including a stone relief of Shakespeare at the top of the building as well as Bass Brewery red triangles above each door.
The property is a mid-terraced building of traditional brick construction and would lend itself to a variety of uses, subject to the relevant approval.