Former Silsden Library, 6 Bolton Road, Silsden, Keighley, West Yorkshire, BD20 0JY

part single storey part two storey detached former library premises on an overall site area of approximately 0.11 hectares (0.28 acres)

Location

The property is located fronting on to Bolton Road (A6034) in Silsden town centre. Silsden lies approximately 5 miles south of the edge of the Yorkshire Dales National Park and 3 miles north of Keighley town centre.

Description

Detached part single storey part two storey former public library building plus car parking to the rear and additional land to the front of the building.

Accommodation

We detail below the following accommodation and approximate gross internal floor areas: 
 
Ground Floor: 
Former Library Accommodation  107 sq m  (1,151 sq ft) 
 
First Floor: 
Former Residential Accommodation  51 sq m  (549 sq ft) 
 
Total:  158 sq m  (1,700 sq ft)  

Outside

Landscaping and access areas to the front of the property plus car parking to the rear with vehicular access from Market Place.

Site Area

Approximately 0.11 Hectares (0.28 Acres).

Costs

The purchaser will, on completion, make a contribution of 2% plus VAT of the purchase price with a minimum of £2,000 plus VAT towards the Vendor’s legal costs.

Tenure

Freehold.

Planning

Interested parties should consult with the Local Planning Office, City of Bradford Metropolitan District Council, 3rd Floor, Jacobs Well, Bradford, BD1 5RW.

General

1. Interested parties should note the plan and transfer documents contained in the legal pack which details the right of access reserved over the property in favour of the neighbouring property.
2. Energy Performance Certificate = G.

VAT

VAT is payable in addition to the purchase price.

Solicitors

City of Bradford Metropolitan District Council, Property Law, City Hall, Bradford, BD1 1HY.
Tel: 01274 437791. E-mail: saika.razaq@bradford.gov.uk.
Contact: Ms Saika Razaq.

Addendum

Interested parties should note the plan and transfer documents contained in the legal pack which details the right of access reserved over the property in favour of the neighbouring property.

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