* OFFERING RENOVATION AND DEVELOPMENT POTENTIAL ON A LARGE CORNER SITE
* A VACANT FORMER PUBLIC HOUSE WITH THREE BEDROOM RESIDENTIAL ACCOMMODATION ABOVE
* SITS ON A LARGE PLOT WITH OFF ROAD PARKING AND GOOD SIZED GARDENS
* POPULAR RESIDENTIAL AREA WITH LOCAL AMENITIES AND FACILITIES
The property is a former public house, now vacant, incorporating a ground floor restaurant, industrial kitchen, W.C.’s and self-contained living accommodation above. The property is detached, two story in height and does require some improvement and refurbishment to some of the rooms. There is plenty of off road parking and well sized grounds and gardens to the site which features a strong corner location. The property offers future potential for a variety of options such as continued commercial use/restaurant or for the property to be converted into residential accommodation or possibly demolished and a new scheme to be built, subject to all necessary planning consents and approvals.
The property is located on the outskirts of Clay Cross a small town under 8 miles from Chesterfield Town Centre. Clay Cross has a mixed range of facilities, amenities, shops, residential housing, council housing, industrial sector, public transport and easy access to motorway networks.
Restaurant, bar, W.C.’s, industrial kitchen, rear lobby and access to cellar and basement rooms
Self contained living accommodation including three bedrooms, lounge, kitchen and bathroom/W.C. There is also further customer W.C’s to the first floor.
To the rear a surfaced car parking area, to the left fenced off garden areas laid to lawn
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