Ivy House is located in a prominent position close to Halesowen town centre, opposite Halesowen Parish Church.
The building is a well known local landmark and is a short distance from the main pedestrianised shopping area which includes a post office, banks, cafes and bus station.
The property is approximately 2.5 miles from Junction 3 of the M5.
The property lies just off the A458, a main arterial route into Birmingham city centre.
Ivy House is a three storey Grade II listed 19th Century building which has been in office use for many years.
The ground floor comprises four offices, a small kitchen and a toilet.
The first floor comprises three offices and a toilet.
The second floor comprises a small lobby, three offices, a kitchen and a toilet.
The basement storeroom is accessed from the ground floor.
The accommodation is carpeted, lit with fluorescent strip lighting and central heating by a gas boiler.
Externally there are seven car parking spaces immediately adjacent to the property and an additional space for a small car.
NB. On 3rd March 2022, the property was granted approval (subject to conditions) for change of use from office use to three self contained residential apartments, under planning application number P21/1514. Further information can be obtained from the Dudley Metropolitan Borough Council planning portal www.dudley.gov.uk.
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