Union Mill, Watt Street, Sabden, Clitheroe, Lancashire, BB7 9ED

vacant part three storey part single storey mill premises approximately 1,676 sq m (18,041 sq ft) plus vacant self contained four bedroom residential property on an overall site area of 0.39 hectares (0.95 acres)

Location

The property is located on Watt Street which is accessed off Whalley Road, the surrounding area is mainly residential properties. Clitheroe town centre is approximately 3 miles to the North West.

Description

Mill premises which includes part warehouse and industrial accommodation, part offices and then a retail showroom (currently an antiques centre). The former owners residential accommodation is included which represents a four bedroom house with double garage. The whole of the property is offered with vacant possession.

Accommodation

We detail below the following accommodation and net internal floor areas: 
 
Mill premises which includes part warehouse and industrial accommodation, part offices and then a retail showroom (currently an antiques centre): 
 
1,676 sq m  (18,041 sq ft)  
 
Residential Accommodation:  Four bedrooms (3 en suite), Kitchen / Dining Room, Lounge, Two Rooms, Toilet, External Double Garage 
 
 

Outside

Loading bay areas, hard surfaced yard area, central courtyard to residential property.

Site Area

Approximately 0.39 hectares (0.95 acres).

Tenure

Freehold.

Planning

Interested parties should consult directly with the Local Planning Office at Ribble Valley Borough Council, Church Street, Clitheroe, Lancashire, BB7 2RO. Tel: 01200 425111.

General

1.The property is currently occupied and trading as Pendle Antiques Centre. however vacant possession will be granted at contractual completion.

2.The property is being sold subject to a completion date of the 4th September 2014.

Energy Performance Asset Rating = C

Solicitors

Napthens LLP, Greenbank Court, Challenge Way, Greenbank Business Park, Blackburn, BB1 5QB.
Tel: 01254 686204. Fax: 01254 681166. E-mail: david.hill@napthens.co.uk.
Contact: Mr David Hill.

Addendum

The property is being sold subject to a completion date of the 4th September 2014.

* Guide Prices and Reserves

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