A three storey double fronted terraced property providing a ground floor retail unit, together with offices/storage rooms above. The property benefits from electric steel roller shutters.
The property would be suitable for a number of uses, to include conversion to provide self contained flats or a HMO investment opportunity, subject to any consents. We have been advised by the vendor that plans are being drawn up to convert the property to provide 1 large commercial unit together with 5 x 1 bed apartments above.
Fronting County Road and just off Queens Drive, in a popular and well established area, close to local amenities, schooling and transport links. Approximately 3 miles from Liverpool City Centre.
Main sales area, 3 Rear Rooms, Kitchen, WC
249 County Road - 4 Rooms
251 County Road - 3 Rooms, WC.
249 County Road - 2 Rooms
251 County Road- 2 Rooms
Yard to the rear
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