For sale: 2 Police Square, Milnthorpe, Cumbria, LA7 7PY
£199,500 Development opportunity.
Summary: Attractive and substantially built stone and slate built premises providing excellent office accommodation arranged over two floors together with a walled garden to rear. Potential for conversion into two residential dwellings, subject to planning permission being obtained.
|Address||2 Police Square|
Attractive and substantially built stone and slate built premises providing excellent office accommodation arranged over two floors together with a walled garden to rear. Potential for conversion into two residential dwellings, subject to planning permission being obtained.
Excellent town centre location. Energy Rating 'F'.
A highly interesting two storey stone and slate built property of considerable character.
Excellent office accommodation arranged over two storeys.
Seven offices together with a store room and ample ancillary accommodation.
Period features including two splendid fireplaces.
Good sized walled courtyard style garden to rear.
Upvc double glazing.
Confirmed development potential for conversion into residential dwelling(s), subject to requisite consents.
Convenient location in Milnthorpe town centre.
Heading down the A6 from the direction of Kendal turn left at the crossroads in the centre of Milnthorpe onto Main Street. Take the second turning on the left into Police Square and the property will be found on the left-hand side.
The property occupies a pleasant location overlooking a green in Milnthorpe town centre, just off Main Street, well placed for all amenities.
The historic small market town of Milnthorpe straddles the A6 road between Kendal and Lancaster with convenient access into the Lake District and coast line around Arnside and Silverdale. Milnthorpe is a popular town with highly regarded primary and secondary schools, a range of shops including a Booths supermarket, a bank, cafes, a restaurant and a weekly market. The town is well placed for junctions 35 and 36 of the M6 motorway.
|Reception Hall and Office:||19'5" x 11'3" (5.92m x 3.43m). Upvc double glazed windows on two sides. Glazed reception screen. Built-in desk. Wall cupboards and shelves.|
|Store Room:||11'2" x 7'4" (3.4m x 2.24m). Splendid period fireplace. Shelving and cupboards. Work top. Upvc double glazed window.|
|Kitchen:||6'5" x 5'1" (1.96m x 1.55m). Belfast sink with wooden drainers and cupboards below.|
|Toilet:||4'10" x 4'4" (1.47m x 1.32m). Upvc double glazed window. W.C.|
|Rear Entrance Hall:|| Glazed entrance door. Understairs cupboard.|
|Cloakroom and Toilet:|| Wash hand basin and separate w.c.|
|Office No.2:||12'4" x 9'1" (3.76m x 2.77m). Upvc double glazed window.|
|Office No.3:||17'11" x 16'6" (5.46m x 5.03m). A spacious open plan room with upvc double glazed windows on two sides, front and rear. Fine period fireplace.|
|First Floor|| |
|Landing:||11'7" x 5'5" (3.53m x 1.65m). Used as a filing room. Window to rear. Fitted shelving. The landing continues to a lower area with built-in storage cupboards.|
|Office No.4:||17'7" x 12'1" (5.36m x 3.68m). Two upvc double glazed windows.|
|Office No.5:||17'10" x 16'6" (5.44m x 5.03m). A large room filled with light from the upvc double glazed windows on either side.|
|Office No.6:||11'8" x 9'1" (3.56m x 2.77m). Two upvc double glazed windows with pleasant views.|
|Office No.7:||12'5" x 7'8" (3.78m x 2.34m). Tall upvc double glazed window to rear.|
Very pleasant, stone walled courtyard style garden to rear which faces more or less south west. The garden has been mainly laid with limestone chippings for ease of maintenance. There is also a raised, walled flowerbed.
All mains services although the gas supply has been capped off.
In a letter dated 26th June 2017 from Planning Officer, Belinda Fettis of South Lakeland District Council (Ref: IE/2017/0109) it has been confirmed that, in principle, conversion of the building from office to dwelling(s) is acceptable. Conversion to two dwellings would be the preferred option.
Any proposed development would be subject to planning permission being obtained. Interested parties are recommended to make their own enquiries. It should be noted that the property is in a Conservation Area.
Our clients have had plans drawn up showing how the property could be developed and these are available for inspection at our Kendal Head Office.