Addendum To Printed Catalogue
Please note that the rent passing is £29,000 per annum and not £16,700 pa as shown in the catalogue.
A substantial Grade II Listed 5 storey Georgian mid terraced property suitable for a number of uses, to include conversion to provide 5/6 self contained flats, a boutique B&B Hotel, HMO Student Investment opportunity or back to an impressive dwelling, subject to any relevant planning consents.
The property benefits from original features and has been renovated in the past and benefits from central heating. To the rear there is a single storey workshop which would be suitable for demolition to provide off road parking or possibly a two storey dwelling, subject to any relevant consents.
Fronting Hope Street at it's junction with Upper Duke Street occupying a much sought after position in the Heart of Liverpool's University Quarter. The Everyman Theatre, Anglican Cathedral, Philharmonic Hall, Liverpool One and restaurants are within walking distance.
Lower Ground Floor
Hall, 2 Rooms, Kitchen, WC, Shower
Vestibule, Main Entrance Hallway, 2 Large Rooms, Office, WC.
3 Rooms, Kitchen, WC, Shower Room/WC
1 room with ensuite shower/wc, Open Plan Lounge/Kitchen, 2 Rooms, Bathroom/WC. Stairs to provide one further room.
2 Rooms, Shower/WC
Rear Courtyard/Garden/Warehouse with access via Hope Way
We are advised the property is held by way of a Leasehold interest for a term of 99 years from 14th July 1983 and the current rent passing is £16,700 per annum. Interested parties should make their own enquiries to Liverpool City Council regarding the lease or purchase of the Freehold.
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