The subject properties are located in New Brighton, an affluent suburb of Wallasey fronting onto Cressingham Road close to its junction with Cavendish Road, approximately 0.2 miles south of Marine Point Retail and Leisure Park which comprises a number of national occupiers such as Starbucks, Morrisons, Travel Lodge and Bella Italia to name but a few. The immediate surrounding area is predominantly residential with a number of community buildings including St James Church. The properties provides excellent transport links with New Brighton train Station located approximately 200 yards to the west with the Kingsway Tunnel entrance, linking the Wallasey and Liverpool, approximately 2.6 miles southeast.
The property comprises two, 2 storey semi detached Victorian houses which are interconnecting and has been configured to provide an 18 bed care home, currently vacant.
The ground floor comprises a two lounges, kitchen, dining room, office, WC provision and 6 self-contained bedrooms with hand wash facilities. The first floor comprises a further 10 self contained bedrooms with hand wash facilities, lounge, office and WC provision. The second floor comprises the remaining 2 self contained bedrooms with hand wash facilities with dormer windows, additional kitchen and WC provision.
Measured electronically on web based Ordinance Survey mapping, the site has a total surface area of:
463.8 sq.m (0.115 acres)
The premises are held Freehold with full vacant possession.
Full report available upon request.
Interested parties should make their own enquiry of Wirral Borough Council`s Rating Department on 0151 606 2002 or www.wirral.gov.uk
Offers in the region of £650,000.
Strictly by appointment via the sole agents SK Real Estate (Liverpool) Ltd Tel: 0151 207 9339 / Contact: Tom Pearson (firstname.lastname@example.org)
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