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• FOR SALE
• Former Public House and Restaurant With Development Potential
• Approx 5,000 sq ft
• Adjacent to Chorley town centre
• Prominent location
• Potential for redevelopment
• Competitive price for quick sale
Price: Unconditional offers are sought. Price on application
The property is situated on Hollinshead Street, on the edge of Chorley town centre, in a mixed commercial and residential area.
The property comprises a Grade II former public house/restaurant which offers considerable redevelopment potential, subject to planning.
It is of mainly brick construction under a predominantly pitched slate roof, albeit to the rear of the premises is a flat roof previously used as an outside patio/decking area.
To the front of the property is an entrance area with patio & gardens and to the rear a large car park.
The total site area is 0.293 acres.
The property would lend itself to a number of uses, including conversion to residential apartments, restaurant, public house, offices, etc.subject to planning
Interested parties are recommended to contact the local planning authority to discuss their intended use in greater detail.
We are advised that the property extends to approximately 5,000 sq.ft
It is understood that all mains services were available to the property. Interested parties are recommended to ensure that there are adequate services for the intended use.
The property had a previous rateable value of £19,500, although alternative use may result in the building being re-assessed for rating purposes. Full details on request.
An EPC is available on request
VAT may be applicable to figures quoted in these particulars
Understood to be freehold
Unconditional offers are sought. Price on application
The property is available for immediate purchase
Interested parties are recommended to contact the local planning authority to discuss their proposed uses in greater detail.
The property is a Grade II Listed building and it is situated in St Laurence's Conservation Area
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