Iconic store building on the market
4:50pm Saturday 14th July 2012 in News
The building housing Haverfordwest's oldest department stores is for sale and could be yours for just under £1million.
The building of family-run Ocky White on Bridge Street, which is includes around 10,300 sq ft of retail space, has been put on the market for £995,000.
Owner Gill White said it was the property that was for sale but declined to comment further.
The store celebrated its 100th birthday in 2010 and was founded by current managing director Jeremy White's great grandfather Octavious.
Ward county councillor Tom Tudor said he had spoken to Mrs White and said the business was "secure and thriving".
"Business do look at the value of property as part of the business process. Ocky White is here to remain and will carry on providing the services it has for more than 100 years," added Cllr Tudor.
A number of other commercial properties are for sale within the town centre including the former Moon and Sixpence building, a former art gallery near the river and three stores on the Riverside Arcade, including clothing store Hideout.
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