The subject property comprises of two adjoining interconnecting three-storey end terrace buildings of traditional brick construction. It is currently occupied by Cash Converters.
The subject property comprises a large two storey semi-detached mixed use premises, occupying a large corner plot, consisting of a national retailer occupying part of the ground floor with the remainder of the ground floor and first floor comprising a three-bed flat.
The subject property comprises a prominant two storey semi-detached mixed use premises, consisting of a local convenience store occupying the ground floor and currently fit out for that purpose. The first floor comprises a two-bed flat with self-contained access.
The land provides a roughly rectangular shaped site, including a block of 10 stables. The site is currenly accessed via an undefinied pathway to the rear of 110 Liverpool Road, with potential for other points of access, subject to necessary planning consent.
The subject premises comprises a three storey, end terrace property of traditional construction. The ground floor is currently trading as a busy Chinese takeaway.
The subject property comprises a two-storey mid-terrace of traditional brick construction with part-rendered facade consisting of a ground floor commercial unit, with the upper parts comprising a self-contained two-bedroom flat.
The premises is situated in a prominent position on Wavertree High Street, directly adjacent to Picton Clock Roundabout. Wavertree High Street is an arterial route to Liverpool City Centre and enjoys substantial passing trade along with being situated within an established...