Adamson House, 122 Durham Street, Rochdale, Greater Manchester, OL11 1LSvacant detached two storey former public house with development potential subject to the gaining the necessary consents
The property is located in a mixed use area at the intersection of Durham Street and Oldham Road (A671). Rochdale town centre is located approximately 1 mile north west and the A627(M) approximately 1 mile to the west.
Vacant two storey detached former public house with development potential subject to gaining the necessary consents.
Pugh and Company have not inspected the property internally and therefore cannot verify the accommodation.
Long leasehold for a term of 976 years from 1 May 1850.
Planning consent was granted on the 12th April 2012 (Application Number 11/D54989) for a change of use of the property to offices. However the property is considered suitable for a variety of uses including residential subject to gaining the necessary consents. Interested parties should consult directly with the Local Planning Office, Rochdale Metropolitan Borough Council, Municipal Offices, Smith Street, Rochdale OL16 1XU. Tel: 01706 647474
There is an advertising hoarding attached to the side elevation of the property, prospective purchasers should make their own enquiries to the details of this arrangement.
Energy Performance Asset Rating = D
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