Former Goole Magistrates Court, Estcourt Terrace, Goole, East Riding of Yorkshire, DN14 5AF

vacant Grade II Listed mid terrace former magistrates court approximately 492.02 sq m (5,296 sq ft)

Location

The property is located on Estcourt Terrace within Goole town centre comprising a mixture of commercial and residential buildings. Goole Police Station is immediately adjacent to the property and a large public car park is situated on Stanley Street. The M62 motorway is approximately 1.5 miles east of the property.

Description

Two storey mid terrace former magistrates court, comprising a mixture of meeting rooms, offices, facilities and two court rooms. There is lift access to first floor level. Beneath the building there are cells which fall within the adjacent Police Station's demise.

Accommodation

The following details have been provided by the Joint Agent: 
 
Net Internal Area:  492.02 sq m  (5,296 sq ft) 

Outside

Front forecourt.

Tenure

Leasehold for a term of 125 years from 31st March 2005 at a peppercorn rent.

Planning

The building is Grade II Listed and is within a Conservation Area. The property is considered to have development potential subject to obtaining the necessary consents. Interested parties should consult direct with the Local Planning Office, East Riding of Yorkshire Council, Church Street, Goole, DN14 5BG. Tel: 01405 722000.

General

Energy Performance Asset Rating = F-131.

If a prospective purchaser does nothing materially to the building either physically or obtaining any planning permissions on the property and then sells it within 2 years at a profit then the MOJ would seek a claw back of 50% of the additional value achieved.

Solicitors

Michelmores LLP, Woodwater House, Pynes Hill, Exeter, EX2 5WR.
E-mail: david.ager@michelmores.com.
Contact: Mr David Ager.

Joint Agent

GVA, 1st Floor, City Point, 29 King Street, Leeds, LS1 2HL.
Tel: 0113 280 8056.
Contact: Mr Matthew Tootell.

Addendum

This lot has SOLD PRIOR to the auction.

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