- Brownfield Site For Sale Freehold - 1.25 Acres (0.50 Hectares) - Unique Opportunity in Witham Town Centre - Close Proximity to Mainline Station and Local Amenities - Potential Development Opportunity (STPP) - Available Immediately - Offers in Excess of £350,000 ( Agency Pilot Software Ref: 14868627 )
Comprising an attractive two storey detached former police station with each floor arranged as a number of individual rooms throughout including offices, interview rooms, locker areas, stores, kitchen and WC facilities.
To the front of the site there is landscaped grounds together with car parking area. To the side and rear of the site there is further car parking and landscaped areas together with a single storey outbuilding (not inspected).
PLANNING INFORMATION Whilst we are of the opinion that the site would potentially suit redevelopment to residential or alternative uses, interested parties are advised to make their own enquiries of Braintree District Council.
PRICE ON APPLICATION ( Agency Pilot Software Ref: 8903619 )
Former Witham Police Station, Newland Street, Witham, CM8 2AS
Type: Office, Land, Land, Offices, Commercial Land
Former Witham Police Station, Newland Street, Witham, CM8 2ASGBBraintree, WithamEssexCM8 2ASNewland Street
GRADE II LISTED OFFICE BUILDING WITH POTENTIAL FOR CHANGE OF USE, FURTHER DEVELOPMENT etc. subject to the necessary consents
1,496 SQ FT (138.98 SQ M) APPROX.
123 NEWLAND STREET WITHAM CM8 1BE
*Car parking for five vehicles* * A few minutes’ walk from the main shopping area* *Railway station approximately 15 minutes on foot* *Gas fired central heating* *Kitchen area & WC *
FOR SALE FREEHOLD/MAY LET (Details upon application).
LOCATION: The property is set back from the eastern frontage of Newland Street and forms part of a conservation area which features a number of period properties. Newland Street is the main office and retail location in a town which boasts two shopping centres. Witham Station (London - Liverpool Street 45 minutes) is within walking distance of the property, whilst the A12 (T) which provides access to London and the East Coast ports is within five minutes’ drive time.
DESCRIPTION: A Grade II listed building dating at least in part from the 17th century. We assume the property was originally constructed as a residence but it is now used as offices. It is L shaped in form with the main body of the building which faces Newland Street arranged over ground and lower ground floors, with a smaller single storey section linked to it. The building features a wealth of exposed beams and other period features perhaps most notably a huge central fireplace which is now used for storage purposes. On ground floor the main building provides one large office, two private rooms, a kitchen and WC. This links to the smaller section which offers two good sixed office/business space rooms and a large storeroom. The lower ground floor of the main building is essentially open plan office accommodation but also includes a stock room. It features a superb brick barrel vaulted roof. Accessed by a turning stair from the ground floor this part of the property also has its own independent external access onto the front courtyard. Externally there is parking for 5 vehicles at the rear. The property could potentially form part of a larger back land development site although it must be noted that the building is listed and the land behind it in multiple ownership.
ACCOMODATION: The premises offer the following approximate net internal floor areas:-
Ground Floor 970 sq. ft. (90.13 sq. m) Lower Ground Floor 456 sq. ft. (42.42 sq. m) TOTAL 1,426 sq. ft. (132.55 sq. m)
TENURE: Freehold For Sale.
PRICE: offers in Excess OF £250,000. The sale price will be subject to VAT.
EPC: A full EPC is available upon request.
RATES: The Valuation Office Website shows the following rating assessments: Office & Premises Rateable Value £11,750 This may result in an entitlement to full small business rates relief.
LEGAL COSTS: Each party to bear their own legal costs.
VIEWING: Strictly by appointment with the sole agents:
Everett Newlyn contact Paul Everett email@example.com