CLOSING DATE FOR BEST AND FINAL OFFERS - 5PM ON WEDNESDAY 27 JULY 2022
The property is situated at the junction of Lune Road, New Quay Road and St Georges Quay less than 1 mile north west of the City Centre. The site enjoys a 180 degree view of the River Lune with the newly completed St Georges Quay housing development to the east and Lancaster Cricket & Sports Club to the west. The immediate area comprises predominantly housing albeit some existing and proposed business space lies further to the west.
The property is a detached dementia Care Home providing 32 beds over 2 floors being of mainly stone construction beneath pitched slate roof. The accommodation is predominantly cellular with several dining and sitting rooms together with kitchen, laundry, office and store rooms. The building benefits from mixed LED and spot lighting, mixed timber and UPVC windows, gas fired central heating with newly installed fire alarm system.
Externally the property benefits from a good sized car park and garden.
The premises offer a net internal floor area of approximately 1,006 m² (10,829 ft²).
The site area has been estimated to extend to circa 0.166 hectares (0.41 acres).
We understand that all mains services are available to the premises including electricity, gas, water and drainage. We would advise interested parties to make their own separate enquiries in this regard, particularly in relation to capacities if redevelopment is
The property is held freehold and will be sold with the benefit of vacant possession. Title information is available upon request.
The premises have a council tax band of G. Interested parties are, however, advised to make their own separate enquiries with the local authority Lancaster City Council – email@example.com.
The site and premises up until recently were occupied as a dementia care home and therefore benefits from planning consent generally falling within class C2 of the Town & Country Planning (Use Classes) Order. Plans have previously been developed to expand the existing premises but ultimately the application didn’t progress. Further information is available upon request. Since then the immediately adjacent Persimmon St Georges Quay development has been completed. It is believed that the site and premises have potential for additional or full redevelopment for a variety of uses, subject to securing planning permission. Interested parties are advised to make their own enquiries of the local planning authority, Lancaster City Council – firstname.lastname@example.org.
Method of Sale
Conditional or unconditional offers are invited for the freehold interest subject to the nature of the scheme.