The building occupies a prominent corner position, fronting on to Great Howard Street (The A565) and Dublin Street, within the heart of the area known as The Ten Streets Development Zone, which is approximately 1.5 Miles From Liverpool City Centre, and a short walk to the Titanic Hotel, Stanley Dock. The immediate area currently provides a mix of industrial quasi-commercial occupiers, although the Ten Street District Plans and the proposed Everton Football Stadium close by will rejuvenate and change the area, as can be seen on the master plan for the area. The site has excellent transport links off Great Howard Street, which is a main arterial route to the centre, and also is within walking distance to Old Hall Street and Moorfields Train Station. Liverpool and Everton Football Stadium both approximately 2 miles away.
The property provides a three-storey detached building previously occupied as Atlantic Cafe on the ground floor, with basement storage and two storeys previously residential accommodation with a secure yard for storage or potential development on Dublin Street. In a prominent corner position, adjoining The Bonded Tea Warehouse, the building was built circa. 1860.
Freehold, with considerable scope to redevelopment. We have a feasibility study we can provide interested parties upon request.
Interested parties should make their own enquiry of Liverpool City Council's Rating Department on 0151 233 3008 or www.voa.gov.uk/businessrates. We verbally understand the rates are payable for the ground floor only.
A full copy of the EPC is available upon request.
Strictly by appointment via the sole agents SK Real Estate (Liverpool) Ltd Tel: 0151 207 9339 Contact: Jonathan Owen (email@example.com)