OFFERS OVER £350,000
The property comprises a large former Registry Office, adapted in more recent years to professional office use, and has extensive frontage to Chester Street in the order of 19.8 m (65 ft). The building is Grade II Listed, and is of traditional construction, a small modern infill inter-connection section having been built in recent years over three stories. The main building is therefore of brick and stone construction, with colour washed elevations, beneath a main pitched slated roof and has an impressive portico entrance. Internally there are a number of original period features.
The premises comprise extensive compartmented accommodation over three main floors together with basement area, and together with the usual ancillary w/c and kitchen facilities. Please refer to internal floor plans as existing.
To the rear of the premises there is access to a rear surfaced area, via a disabled ramp, previously utilised for parking, and this was historically accessed under a personal agreement from the local Authority, from the Llwyn Isaf/Library car park.
Full details on application.
The premises are in need of renovation and modernisation, and considered suitable for either existing office/commercial use or alternatively, residential conversion for which consent is being obtained.
As shown on the Title plan, the area to the rear of 24 Chester Street, and cross hatched, is subject to a of a right of way in favour of the adjoining premises at 25 Chester Street. Further details available from the agents.