The premises are located on Blackstock Street having a secondary frontage onto Ford Street just off Vauxhall Road (A5038) approximately 0.5 Miles North of Liverpool City Centre. The immediate surrounding area is predominantly industrial in nature, however there are a number of new student residential schemes near by, and the City of Liverpool college. The property is in close proximity to excellent transport links off Great Howard Street, which is the main arterial route into Liverpool City Centre, and is also within walking distance of Old Hall Street and Moorfields Train Station.
The property lies within the Pumpfields development Framework, of which Pumpfields is located on the northern edge of city centre and less than a quarter of mile inland from the River Mersey. It is bounded to the south and east by major arterial routes into the city – Leeds Street to the south and Scotland Road to the east.
It is bounded to the west by Pall Mall and the northern line railway line, and to the north by Chisenhale Street and Ford Street. Pumpfields is bisected by Vauxhall Road which provides an important north-south route into the City from North Liverpool.
The subject property comprises a substantial 3 story, bonded warehouse of traditional brick construction, with loading to the warehouse from Blackstock Street via a roller shutter loading bay. The unit consists of a timber ground floor, with all remaining floors of concrete construction. The unit benefits from a 3 phase electricity supply and eves heights of circa 4 meters.
The adjacent property comprises of a substantial L-shaped brick warehouse/workshop unit having a minimum clearance height below the roof truss of approximately 5.2m (17 ft), with offices and storage to the upper floors.
Basement - 559.5 sq.m. (6,022 sq.ft.)
Ground Floor - 559.5 sq.m. (6,022 sq.ft.)
First Floor - 564.3 sq.m. (6,074 sq.ft.)
Second Floor - 596.3 sq.m. (6,418 sq.ft.)
Warehouse, offices and stores - 1,618.5 sq.m. (17,422 sq.ft.)
Total Area: 3,898.1 sq.m. (41,959 sq.ft.)
Site Area Approx: 0.6 Acres
There are areas occupied by three national telecommunication companies, on the second floor and roof. Income from these agreements in total produces £36,949 per annum. Details would be available in pre-contractual enquiries
The premises is also the subject of LCC Planning Permission 19F/2248 for conversion to Class B1 offices
Offers in the region of £1.3 million will be entertained for the freehold interest on an unconditional basis.