Mottram Court House, Mottram, Hyde, Greater Manchester, SK14 6JD
The property is situated fronting Market Place within the village of Mottram. The intersection of Market Street and the A57 is less than 250 yards to the north and access to the M67 motorway is approximately 0.5 miles to the west.
Two storey former Court House last used as Council offices. There are various offices and staff facilities to the ground floor, with an open plan conference area with period features to the first floor.
The following details have been obtained from the VOA website: Ground Floor: 38 sq m (409 sq ft) First Floor: 45 sq m (485 sq ft) Total: 83 sq m (894 sq ft)
Approximately 77 sq m (92 sq yards)
Leasehold for a term of 99 years from 25 December 1916. There is no record of any rent being paid or demanded.
Interested parties should consult direct with the Local Planning Office, Tameside Metropolitan Borough Council, Planning and Building Control, Clarence Arcade, Stamford Street, Ashton-under-Lyne, Tameside, OL6 7PT. Tel: 0161 342 4460.
The purchaser is to make a contribution towards the Council's surveyors and legal fees in the sum ú1000.
1. The identity of the Freeholder has been unknown since the 1960s and the Vendor has no record of having paid the rent. Enquiries with the last known Freehold owner have revealed that the property was sold in the 1960s however the individual who is believed to have bought the property died in 1971 with his probate making no mention of the property. It is therefore likely that they died having already sold the freehold interest and consequently enquiries in this regard have reached a dead end.
A person claiming to be related to the last known freeholder has come forward but no documentary evidence of this has been provided as of yet.
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