* MIXED USE COMMERCIAL AND RESIDENTIAL UNIT CLOSE TO THE CENTRE OF HALIFAX
* COMMERCIAL TO GROUND AND LOWER GROUND FLOOR
* TWO BEDROOM FLAT TO THE UPPER FLOORS
* PRIME OPPORTUNITY FOR DEVELOPMENT
* VACANT AND REQUIRING UPDATING
A vacant mixed use unit with accommodation over 4 floors plus a celler. To the ground and lower ground floors is a commercial unit with private entrance. The unit now requires a full scheme of refurbishment and improvement. Accessed via separate access from the shop is stairs leading to the flat accommodation which is also vacant. This comprises of 3 levels and features two bedrooms, majority gas central heating and double glazing. Due to the nature if the layout of both units if so required access could be gained from the shop to the flat via a currently boarded up doorway.
The unit is located in the heart of the Halifax town centre within walking distance of Dean Clough, it has excellent frontage onto a busy road with passing footfall, there are a number of shops and business nearby, a bus stop , cinema, supermarket, pay and display car parking and easy access to the A58 and A629.
Shop with stairs leading down to a cellar. With light, power and water.
Via separate side access, stairs lead up to open plan living space, stairs rise to a bedroom with W.C and shower cubicle in turn leading through to stairs to the second bedroom in the attic.
No external areas.
6 - Rating G
6a - Rating E
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