COMMON USE CLASS: D1 Non-Residential Institutions, Sui_generis_1
The property is located fronting onto Leece Street (A5039) at its junction with Roscoe Street and in close proximity to Bold Street, secondary retail area, and Duke Street and Seel Street, which form part of The Ropewalks area of the City, providing a well established leisure circuit of bars and restaurants. The immediate surrounding area consists of a number of student/residential developments including local and national commercial occupiers and is close to various university buildings.
The subject property comprises of a three storey end terraced building of traditional brick construction dating back to the early 1800s with ornate stucco rendered facade and decorative cornices and lintles. The ground floor consists of a commercial unit with a hard frontage and was last occupied as a Post Office with the upper floors providing ancillary storage / accommodation which benefits from a shell state condition.
We have measured the premises in accordance with the RICS Code of Measuring Practice (6th Edition) to provide the following approximate areas and dimensions:-
Net Internal Area: 494.5 sq.m. (5,323 sq.ft.)
We understand the properties benefit from planning permission to retain the ground floor commercial unit and change upper floors into apart-hotel (use class C1) consisting of 6 x 1 bedroom apartments under application number 20F/1106. Further details available upon request.
The property also benefits from a premises license to serve alcohol (NB there is no requirement to serve food under the license): Monday to Sunday 8:00 am to 4:00 am with the following operating hours: 08:00 am to 04:00 am. Licence Number: PA005744
£850,000 for the Freehold interest.
Interested parties should make their own enquiry of Liverpool City Council`s Rating Department on 0151 233 3008 or www.voa.gov.uk/business rates.
The property has an Energy Performance Rating of E. A full copy of the EPC is available upon request.
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