The property is well known locally, being formerly occupied by NatWest Bank and comprising a listed period office building retaining many of its original features arranged over basement, ground and first floor.
The ground floor accommodates the former banking hall which is predominately open plan with a series of private rooms off this area, in addition to male and female WC's. The first floor is arranged as a main open plan office at the front of the property with a further four smaller offices/store and a former staff room. There are additional male and female toilets on this floor as well as a kitchen facility.
The basement is substantial in size and is considered suitable for use as an archiving facility or additional storage.
The property is heated by way of a gas fired central heating system (not tested) throughout the ground and first floor.
Externally there is a secure, covered loading area which has a capacity for 2-3 vehicles to park. Additional car parking can be made available by way of separate negotiation.
The property is prominently located on Fountain Place in Burslem off the B5051, approximately 2.4 miles from Hanley City Centre. The property is approximately 1 mile from the A500 dual carriageway which provides access to the local and regional road network. Longport Railway Station is situated on the Crewe to Derby line and is approximately 0.8 miles distant.
• Period Property
• Prominent Location
• May Split