Freehold Character Period Property
The property occupies a prominent position within the pedestrianised section of Castle Gate, close to it’s junction with Stanford Street in the heart of Nottingham city centre. One of the main pedestrianised thoroughfares, Albert Street and Lister Gate lie close by, with occupiers including M&S;, Weavers, Body Shop, Greggs and Hotel Chocolat. The property is also within walking distance of many of the city’s amenities and attractions including Nottingham Castle, Nottingham Contemporary Art Gallery, Nottingham Express Transit (NET) and Nottingham Train Station. The building comprises an attractive Grade II Listed Georgian townhouse of three storey red brick construction with ashlar dressings beneath a slate pitched roof. The principal accommodation is arranged over ground and two upper floors, with extensive basement accommodation and further rock-cut cellars plus attic space. The property has most recently been occupied for a mixture of both office and storage use, however it retains many of it’s original feature including an impressive entrance hallway and staircase, feature fireplaces to a number of the rooms, sash windows and decorative cornicing. To the rear is a large covered yard area.
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Nottingham is a major city in the East Midlands, within the heart of England with excellent transport links, rapid access to the Motorway system, a major railway station and a comprehensive public transport network. The city lies approximately 128 miles north of London, 51 miles north east of Birmingham and 73 miles south of Leeds. Road communications are excellent with the M1 providing routes north and south and the A50 giving a direct link to Derby and the west. The train station located to the south of the city centre provides direct trains to London St Pancras International Train Station with a journey time of approximately 1 hour 41 minutes. Nottingham has a population of approximately 305,680 (2011 census), with an average of over 62,000 full time students living across two universities. The local economy employs more than 300,000 people, and is growing at a faster rate than regionally or nationally. It is also one of the UK’s top 10 retail centers and one of only six designated Science Cities within the UK.
Attractive former Georgian townhous
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Nottingham (0.3 miles)
Carlton (3.0 miles)
Beeston (3.2 miles)