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St. Marks Medical Centre, 42, Derby Road, SOUTHPORT, Merseyside, PR9 0TZ

Guide price: £1,200,000
Contact: 0208 742 9990
Tenure: Freehold

NHS backed investment
Rent review served at £200,000+VAT pa
Southport is a large seaside town within the Merseyside area with the 2001 census showing a population of some 90,336 making it the eleventh most popular settlement in North West England. This coastal town is located some 17 miles north of Liverpool and 15 miles south west of Preston. Today Southport is one of the most popular seaside resorts in the UK and is host to a variety of events including being the largest independent flower show in the UK and the town is also the centre of England Golf Coast and has
hosted the Open Championship and is host to a Royal Birkdale Golf Club. The property itself lies close to the heart of Southport Centre and lies off the east side of Derby Road with the main shopping centre of Southport lying to the west. The surgery and pharmacy serves a densely populated catchment but also benefits from being within close proximity of the town centre with the leisure facilities of the coast and Princes Park all located to the west. Transport links in the area include local bus routes while Southport
is host to the mainline rail terminal (Mersey Rail and Northern). Road links in the area include the A570 lying to the south and the A565 Coastal Road to the north.



The property itself is a Grade II listed structure and was originally the Church Street Chapel and later became known and St Mark’s Methodist Church. In 2005 the building was recommissioned for its current use becoming St Mark’s Medical Centre and Pharmacy with later ground floor additions and works to create a two storey structure within the shell of the building with this structure providing administrative offices and consulting rooms. In total, the building together with ground floor annex has a gross floor area of
some 12,908sq.ft. set within grounds of some 0.5 acres which provide car parking facilities within a secure gated entrance. Externally the building still presents all of its appeal through its former use whilst internally provides the accommodation required fit for purpose and it is understood that a nearby doctor’s surgery has recently merged their practice into St Mark’s Medical Centre.

Accommodation:
The gross internal floor areas are:
Ground floor 5,080sq.ft. (472sqm)
First floor 3,725sq.ft. (346sqm)
Second floor 1,528sq.ft. (142sqm)
Former church hall 1,765sq.ft. (164sqm)
Total gross internal floor area (measured within external walls) 12,098sq.ft. (1,124sqm)
The entire property is let to doctors Jeoffrey Hedley, Ian Jolly, Raj Patel and Shaun Meehan for a term of 20 years from 28th February 2005 at a current rent of £130,000 plus VAT per annum. The lease provides for rent reviews every 3 years, next due February 2020. Landlords review notice served at £200,000 + VAT per annum.




Empress Swimming Pool, 9a, Park Street, CHATTERIS, Cambridgeshire, PE16 6AB

The building was formerly a cinema and understood to have been converted circa 1964 to provide bespoke swimming pool leisure facilities with reception room, changing room facilities and other ancillary space. There is additional first floor space which is currently not utilised with a total gross internal floor area of some 6,500sq.ft. including a former showroom.
In total the building sits within the site of 0.235 acres with frontage to Park Street.



The entire property is let to N W Angell, G Brinton and D Frost (trustees of Empress Swimming Pool Trust) which has charitable status (charity no. 803707). The lease is for a term of 15 years from 1st January 2001 and was originally let at £4,500 per annum with the current rent being £6,000 per annum effective following the rent review in January 2007. The tenants are currently holding on this lease and have a rolling option to terminate the lease giving not less than 6 months’ notice in writing expiring on any anniversary day of the term.
Contact: 0208 742 9990



Plot R5 Ellis Hill, Mole Road, READING, Berkshire, RG2 9JG

Each plot represents the opportunity to acquire a useful and manageable
parcel of land lying off the south side of Ellis’s Hill, close to Ellis’s Hill farm and farm shop. The plots are offered on an unconditional basis freehold and may have potential for a number of uses or future development. Purchasers are deemed to rely on their own enquiries with regard to planning.



Size: 1,550sqm (0.38 acres)
Contact: 0208 742 9990



Plot 11 Potters Pool Wood, Guildford Road, CAMBERLEY, Surrey, GU16 6PA

Guide price: £20,000
TO BE OFFERED AS SEPARATE LOTS – LAST TWO
A selection of two unique canal side plots
Potential for a variety of uses or development (STPP)
Full vacant possession
Contact: 0208 742 9990



The plots lie on the east side of this section of the Basingstoke Canal and south of Guildford Road with Frimley Green located to the north and Mytchet to the south. The commercial centre of Farnborough lies immediately to the west with Camberley and the M3 motorway lying to the north. This is a popular commuter belt location which benefits from ease of access to the M3 motorway at junction 4 via the A331. Other communications in the vicinity not only include local bus routes but rail connections at Farnborough
North and Frimley with Frimley providing direct services to London Waterloo with a journey time of just over 1 hour. The locality provides a huge range or recreational pursuits with Frimley Lodge Park and Lakes lying to the west and Hankley Common to the south.

Description:
Each plot is sold freehold with vacant possession on an unconditional basis. The plots directly abuts this section of the Basingstoke Canal along their western boundaries. The land offers the opportunity for a purchaser to acquire this manageable sized parcel of land which clearly has immediate use and benefit
for recreational purposes but also may provide an opportunity for a range of other uses such as private moorings or use in association with the canal. Buyers may also wish to consider future development potential for the land and are deemed to rely on their own enquiries in this respect however these
details do show a CGI of lodge style buildings and are for illustration only.

Plot 11: 0.56 acres




Land at, Clewer Fields, WINDSOR, Berkshire, SL4 5BW

Freehold site with timber building
Town centre fringe location
Development potential (subject to consents)
Full vacant possession



Situated to the west of Alma Road and south of Oxford Road in Windsor. Transport options include local bus routes, Windsor and Eton Central Rail Station and road links via the A332, A355 and M4 motorway. Windsor Castle is situated to the east along with the River Thames and Eton College situated to the north.
An irregular parcel of land (approx. 0.036 acres) with existing timber building in dis-repair.
The property/site may be suitable for a variety of uses or development – subject to consents and purchasers must rely upon their own enquiries (Royal Borough of Windsor and Maidenhead).
Contact: 0208 742 9990



The Riveter, 50 Henderson Avenue, Scunthorpe, Lincolnshire

Guide Price: £90,000
    •    Long established Public House
    •    To be offered with Vacant possession
    •    Trading area - 1,832 sqft (170 sqm)
    •    Self contained three bedroom flat
    •    Potential for owner occupation or investment
    •    Possible conversion angles
Contact: 01142760151





The Woodman Inn, 102 Wood Street, Middleton, Manchester, Lancashire, M24 5TP

Auction: September 2019 03/09/2019

Guide Price: £165,000 plus



Two story former public house with single story additions to the side and rear. The property benefits from a basement, parking and 3 bedroom first floor living accommodation.
Contact: 0161 683 5445




The Railway Inn, 600 Liverpool Road, Irlam, Manchester, Greater Manchester, M44 5AA

Guide Price: £200,000 plus
A substantial detached public house believing to extend to approximately 393 sqm / 4230 sqft and requiring a comprehensive scheme of modernisation. The property benefits from approved change of use to D1 (children's nursery) and could be suitable to a variety of future uses, subject to any necessary consents.
Ground Floor: Bar & public seating area, kitchen, male / female/ disabled W.C. facilities, store
First Floor: Kitchen, living room, bedroom, bedroom, bedroom, bedroom, bathroom, W.C.
Contact: 0345 505 1200





Land Off Marsett, Leyburn, North Yorkshire, DL8 3DG

Guide Price: £14,000 plus
The land is situated to the north of Marsett in the secluded Raydale Valley in the Yorkshire Dales National Park and accessed via Marsett Lane. The village of Bainbridge lies approximately 4 miles to the north.
Contact: 0345 505 1200



Plot of grassland with derelict barn, approximately 1.73 Ha (4.37 Acres), close to the village of Marsett in the North Yorkshire Dales. This lot lies adjacent the Lot Nr 67.
Interested parties should consult direct with the Local Planning Office, North Yorkshire County Council, County Hall, Northallerton, North Yorkshire, DL7 8AD. Tel: 0845 241 1307



Former Marsett Water Treatment Works, Yorkshire Dales National Park, Leyburn, North Yorkshire, DL8 3DG

Guide Price: £5,000 plus
Contact: 0345 505 1200



Single storey stone former water treatment works building located in the Yorkshire Dales National Park which may be suitable for development subject to obtaining the necessary consents. This Lot lies adjacent to the property being sold in Lot 66
1. Access to the building is on foot through a gate into the field and then along the side of the building. This land is not included with the registered ownership but we understand access has been taken via this route since the building was constructed in 1985. Interested parties are advised to make their own enquiries in this regard.
2. We are advised that Mains Water is connected into the building. Electricity supplies and Telephone are on site but have been disconnected. Interested parties should make their own enquiries in this regard.



Stirling House, 173 Saltwell Road, Gateshead, Tyne And Wear, NE8 4TJ

Guide Price: £150,000 plus
Contact: 0345 505 1200



Basement
Beer cellar
Ground Floor
Split bar area
First Floor
Function room
Second Floor



Former Telephone Repeater Station, York Road, Tadcaster, North Yorkshire, LS24 8EE

Guide Price: £42,000 plus
Contact: 0345 505 1200





Bontnewydd Hotel, High Street, Trelewis, Treharris, CF46 6AB

*Guide Price: £81,000+



A substantial four storey freehold building set in a prominent position within the village of Trelewis. The property has full planning for a residential scheme comprising of nine 1 bedroom flats over ground, first and second floor levels. The property is situated on the High Street in Trelewis and within close proximity to Quakers Yard Train Station. Access to the A470 is nearby providing links to Merthyr Tydfil in the north and Pontypridd in the south. The M4 is approximately 13 miles to the south providing links to Cardiff in the south and Bristol in the south east.Planning consent was passed by Merthyr Tydfil County Borough Council on 21st December 2017 under Application No. P/17/0276.
Contact: 01633 254 044



2-4 Albion Street, Castleford, West Yorkshire, WF10 1EW

Guide | £240,000+ (plus fees)
Call the team on 0113 393 3482 for more information
This substantial former cinema and nightclub now offers investors and developers and exciting project in the heart of Castleford town centre. The property has recently been granted planning permission for four commercial units and twenty self-contained apartments. Further information including the proposed floorplans can be found in the legal pack and also the Wakefield planning portal by searching reference number 19/00311/FUL. The completed development is predicted to command a combined annual rental return of £158,500 although buyers are advised to do their own research in this regard prior to bidding.



As well as obtaining the planning permission, the current owners have carried our numerous works on the property including but not limited to installation of an electrical supply capable of powering the proposed scheme, removal of asbestos, internal strip-out taking the building back to shell and the clearance and securing of the external grounds.



Kings Arms Hotel, High Street, Chapel En Le Frith, High Peak, Derbyshire, SK23 0EN

Guide | £200,000 - £250,000 (plus fees)
        Commercial Property
        Tenure: See Legal Pack
Call the team on 0800 050 1234 for more information



A three storey plus cellar detached public house providing ground floor bar and restaurant area with potential to convert the upper floors. The ground floor is arranged with modern ladies, gents and disabled w.c.’s off the entrance, with an open plan bar area and restaurant seating area for approximately 50-60 covers. A large kitchen area sits behind the bar on the ground floor and provides access to the small rear yard. The first floor provides a large function room with bar, landing/hallway, office, three bedrooms, storage and utility room. The second floor provides three rooms, two with en-suite, w.c.'s, communal bathroom, storage room and three additional bedrooms with the fire exit to the rear of the property. The first and second floors are in a state of disrepair and would require some work to make habitable. There is also a large cellar which provides storage accommodation from the ground floor bar. The property is to be sold with vacant possession, fixture and fittings are not included in the purchase price, however can be negotiated directly with the vendor.  A separate outbuilding to the rear provides storage accommodation. Located in a prime position in the centre of Chapel en le Frith, close to local restaurants, bars and schools. The A6 lies approximately 1.5 miles from the property, via the B5470.