32-34 Bradford Street & 2 Bradford Lane, Walsall, WS1 3QA
Freehold office premises in Walsall
Thursday 15th September 2022 @ 09:30AM
An Imposing Vacant Freehold Terrace Of Period Offices Together With A Rear Workshop. Having The Benefit Of Planning Permission For A Residential Conversion But Also Considered Suitable For A Variety Of Alternative Commercial Uses Subject To Obtaining The Appropriate Planning Permission
Property DescriptionAn imposing three storey terrace of office premises with rendered front elevations surmounted by a pitched tile clad roof and set behind a parapet wall. We are advised that numbers 32 and 33 are Grade II Listed. The main property is partly laid out as a former investment and partly owner occupied offices and provides flexible space, considered suitable for a variety of alternative uses including residential, refurbishment for a continuation for office use, educational, medical, religious or day nursery, subject to obtaining the necessary planning consents. It should be noted that parts of the building are in need of repair and full modernisation. In addition the sale also includes 2 Bradford Lane situated to the rear of the main building this comprises a separate brick built workshop/industrial unit with roller shutter access directly from Bradford Lane. We understand that the property has been in the same family ownership since the mid 1950's.
LocationThe property occupies a prominent frontage to the eastern side of Bradford Street lying between the junctions of Caldmore Road and Vicarage Place within Walsall town centre and being within a short walk of the main retail core. Within the immediate vicinity there is a good mix of professional offices, residential, restaurant and other commercial uses.
Walsall is centrally located approximately 9 miles north west of Birmingham, 7 miles east of Wolverhampton and 9 miles from Lichfield.
Accommodation32-34 Bradford Street: NIA approximately 3,655sqft - 339.58sqm.
2 Bradford Lane: Approx 1,016sqft- 94.43sqm
Energy Performance RatingSee legal pack.
PlanningPlanning permission was granted on 28th June 2022 by Walsall Council application number 19/0122. For a proposed change of use and conversion of existing offices to five apartments comprising two 2 bedroom and one 3 bedroom self contained apartments in 32 and 33 Bradford Street and one 1 bedroom and one 2 bedroom self contained apartments in 34 Bradford Street. Removal of rear workshop and the creation of car parking via Bradford Lane.
A copy of the planning application will be included in the legal pack.
Value Added TaxFor clarification in respect of whether or not VAT will be chargeable on the purchase price please refer to the Legal Pack.
Auctioneer's NotePlease note offers may be considered prior to the Auction Sale.
Remote Bidding AuctionThis property is being offered via a remote bidding auction with bidding by proxy, telephone or internet only. You will need to pre-register for remote bidding, provide your identification and debit card details no later than 24 hours prior to the auction, please visit our website for further details.
ViewingsStrictly by appointment with the Auctioneers.
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