Madisons, 2 Burnley Road, Rawtenstall, Rossendale, BB4 7PA

vacant two storey former public house with development potential

Location

The property is situated on the edge of Rawtenstall town centre at the intersection of Burnley Road (A62) and Haslingden Old Road in a mixed use location approximately 3 miles from the M66 motorway and 6 miles from the M65 motorway.

Description

Two storey vacant former public house comprising a ground floor trading area with Kitchen and WC's together with a function room, residential accommodation and office to the first floor.

Accommodation

The following details have been provided by the Joint Agent: 
 
Lower Ground Floor: 
Delivery Area and Beer Cellar. 
 
Ground Floor: 
Entrance Vestibule, Bar, Disabled WC, Lounge, Games Room, Bar Servery, Kitchen and Ladies and Gents WCs. 
 
First Floor: 
Function Room, Bar Servery, Ladies and Gents WCs, Landing, Bathroom, Bedroom, Kitchen, Living Room, Office. 
 
Total Approximate Gross Internal Area:  479.0 sq m  (5,156 sq ft). 

Outside

Part covered smoking area and yard to the rear.

Tenure

Freehold.

Planning

The property is considered to have development potential subject to obtaining any necessary consents. Interested parties should consult with the local planning office, Rossendale Borough Council, The Business Centre, Futures Parks, Bacup, Rossendale OL13 0BB. Tel: 01706 217777.

General

1. The property will be sold with the benefit of a Premises Licence.
2. Energy Performance Asset Rating = C.

Solicitors

Ford & Warren, Westgate Point, Westgate, Leeds, West Yorkshire, LS1 2AX.
Tel: 0113 2436601. E-mail: richard.gibbon@forwarn.com.
Contact: Mr Richard Gibbon.

Joint Agent

Westlake & Co, The Estate House, South Street, Gargrave, Skipton, North Yorkshire, BD23 3RT.
Tel: 01756 748 100.
Contact: Ms Liz Rankin.

Addendum

This property has SOLD PRIOR to the auction.

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