Aintree Fire Station, 226 – 228 Longmoor Lane, Liverpool, Merseyside, L9 0EN

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The property comprises a detached two storey, with basement inter-war fire station built in 1926 of traditional brick construction and benefitting from a rear yard.

Internally, the property is sub-divided offering ancillary offices, dining room, kitchen and appliance bay at ground floor level with recreation room, study and restrooms and toilets/showers at first floor level. A small basement incorporates the gas fired boiler.

A detached single storey building to the rear comprises the six storey tower and ancillary kit and store room.

Internally it is fitted out to a basic specification offering predominately painted plaster walls and ceilings, solid or linoleum finish floors and is lit via fluorescent strip lighting and benefits from double glazed windows. The property is heated via wall mounted radiators from a gas fired boiler situated in the basement.

The property fronts directly onto Longmoor Lane and to the rear the property has a secure concrete surfaced yard.

9-11 Bridge Street, Rothwell, Kettering, Northamptonshire, NN14 6EW

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The property comprises a large double fronted ground floor retail unit and coffee shop to the front with storage behind. The rear part of the building has been converted by the current tenants to a place of worship and meeting space. There is an open plan sitting/games area with male and female and disabled WC’s. Doors lead through into the worship/meeting area which is open plan having a store, office and fitted kitchen off to one side. The accommodation is fitted throughout with suspended ceilings, and LED lighting and a mixture of carpeting and wooden flooring. Comfort cooling is provided in the worship and meeting areas.

A separate entrance to the side leads to the first floor flat which provides 3 bedrooms, lounge, kitchen and bathroom. The commercial and residential areas are currently held under one lease however it may be possible to let each part separately by negotiation

Morecroft House, Willie Snaith Road, Newmarket, CB8 7SQ

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Impressive new office building on self-contained site with 48 parking spaces. The property is well located only 0.6 miles from the A14 offering quick and easy access to Cambridge, London (via M11) and the East Coast Ports. Constructed to high environmental standards, the property features an impressive reception with full height glazing and feature staircase, air conditioning, large PV (20kw), CCTV, full access control and x22 7.5kw car chargers.

Former Church Hall At Garston Park Church, Garston Old Road, Liverpool, Merseyside, L19 1QL

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The property comprises the church hall/Sunday School, area occupied by rear garages and un-developed land – which forms part of the wider site for Garston Park Church. The hall is a detached single storey building dating from approximately 1897 with brick elevations and under a multi-pitched slate covered roof. The property benefits from single glazed timber windows.

Internally the ceilings and walls are painted plaster with a herringbone wood block floor. The property is lit via fluorescent strip lighting and heated via gas wall mounted radiators from a central gas boiler. The smaller hall is heated via two wall mounted gas convection heaters, independent of the main boiler.

Externally the property is set back from the road behind a walled boundary narrow garden strip which is lawned.

Vehicular access will be via an existing access from Garston Old Road which leads to a series of 12 lock up garages arranged in two terraces either side of a small rear yard with turning area.

St Josephs Church, Anns Hill Road, Gosport, Hampshire, PO12 3JX

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A detached church building now vacant and declared surplus to requirement. It is envisaged that the site is suitable for residential redevelopment subject to planning. The site extends overall to approximately 0.2 hectares (0.5 acres) and is generally level.
Offers are invited by way of an informal tender on either an unconditional or conditional basis. Interested parties are to submit their offers in writing or by email to the vendors sole agents by 12.00 NOON FRIDAY 23 JUNE 2023

16 Teasdale Street, Bradford, West Yorkshire, BD4 7QJ

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Superb Former Nursery With Development Opportunity.
Suitable for a variety of uses including nursery, office etc (STP).
Large external area to the rear.
Popular position off Wakefield Road (A650).

Former United Reformed Church, West End Road, Haydock, St. Helens, Merseyside, WA11 0AW

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The subject property comprises a Victorian church built we understand in 1881 of traditional construction with solid brick walls and pitched timber framed roof covered with slate. The windows are predominately traditional lead although some have been replaced with Georgian wire glass. To the rear elevation the windows are predominately timber incorporating single glazing.

Internally the property has a high exposed timber beam partially painted/plaster ceiling with painted plaster walls and timber floor. It is heated via gas fired heating system but the boiler has been removed and the gas supply capped in the basement.