Former Station Masters House, Bispham Road, Blackpool, Lancashire, FY2 0SX

vacant former three bedroom 1860's station masters house, station buildings and outbuildings


The property is situated adjacent to Layton Railway Station, in a residential area that lies approximately 1.5 miles north east of Blackpool town centre. Access is from Plymouth Road (A587).


Vacant former station masters house. Part is in residential use and part comprises the former ticket office, waiting room, parcels/left luggage office & detached Ladies waiting room with toilet (also included within this building is a dismantled sauna/steam room and contents). The property offers a unique opportunity to either a rail enthusiast or for someone looking for a property with refurbishment potential.


Ground Floor:  Kitchen, Lounge and Former Station Acommodation 
First Floor:  Three Bedrooms and Bathroom 


Gardens front, side and rear, together with an outbuilding.




Interested parties should consult direct with the Local Planning Office, Blackpool Borough Council, PO Box 17, Corporation Street, Blackpool, FY1 1LZ. Tel: 01253 476225/01253 476229, Fax: 01253 476201.


JMW Solicitors LLP, 1 Byrom Place, Spinningfields, Manchester, M3 3HG.
Tel: 0845 402 0001. E-mail:
Contact: Mr Andrew Garvie.

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