Portland House is a Grade II Listed building originally constructed in 1832 as a dwelling but more recently used by Stoke on Trent Social Services for day care. Extending to approximately 4,300 sq. ft (400 sq. m) net internal area over three floors and standing on a site of approx. 0.485 hectares (1.200 acres) with parking for at least 25 cars, the property is considered suitable for a range of uses or development, subject to planning. The main part of the building is of traditional brick and tile construction with later single-storey outriggers of brick and tile/sheet construction to the rear. Inside, the building provides general purpose accommodation at ground, first and second floor level in multiple rooms of various shapes and sizes.
4,300 sq. ft (400.00 sq. m) Net Internal Area
Portland House is located on Newcastle Street (B5051) within a mixed use area approximately 0.25 miles to the southwest of Burslem town centre. Newcastle Street connects with the A500(T) via Longport Road (A5271) approximately 1 mile to the southwest.
All mains utilities services and mains drainage are available subject to any reconnection that might be necessary.
Interested parties are recommended to make their own enquiries of Stoke on Trent City Council.
TBC. Interested parties are recommended to make their own enquiries of Stoke on Trent City Council.
Energy Performance Certificate
Freehold or Leasehold on terms to be agreed
£390,000 for the freehold
£25,000 per annum on terms to be agreed
Each party is responsible for their own costs.
Viewing is strictly by appointment with the Sole Agent.