The property is an impressive red brick building, situated in the heart of Castleton, over basement, ground, 1st and 2nd floors.
The property is located within 100 metres of the train station and fronting the A664 Manchester Road. Rochdale Town Centre is within 2.2 miles, Manchester City Centre is just 9 miles away and only 16 minutes by train.
The property is of traditional solid brick construction, under a multi-pitch timber frame roof, with a tiled roof covering. To the westerly most aspect of the property is a turret feature which is predominantly glazed, with a conical roof and tiled roof covering. The property is fully double glazed and has a courtyard area at the rear that can accommodate 3 cars.
Internally, the ground floor area is mainly open plan, and benefits from plenty of natural light entering the building. The main entrance to the property is at the west end of the building, with a further pedestrian entrance on Albion Street.
At ground floor there is a kitchen and toilets. The first and second floors have planning consent to be converted to 2 apartments. Each would have 2 double sized bedrooms and an open plan kitchen / living space. There is a large bathroom at 1st floor and the toilet at second floor is a large enough room to accommodate a shower cubicle.
All floors including the basement have central heating and double glazed.
The property is currently being used as an art gallery. The plans to convert the property are accessible online: Planning Application No. 14/01044/FUL.
The individual floor areas are as follows:
Basement – Storage
Ground Floor – 1084.9 sqft
1st Floor – 907 sqft
2nd Floor – 874 sqft
Offers invited in excess of £200,000
If you would like more information or wish to view, please contact Beesleys Chartered Surveyors on 0161 839 2444 to discuss further.