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Thom Street, Greenock, Inverclyde, PA16

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£199,995

£6.12 per sq. ft.

Business rates & charges may apply

Bowman Rebecchi Limited, Scotland
SIZE AVAILABLE
32,670 sq. ft.
(3,035 sq. m.)
SECTOR
Hospitality facility for sale
USE CLASS
Use class orders: A3 Restaurants and Cafes and C2 Residential Institutions
A3, C2

Key features

  • Potential Residential Development (Subject to Planning
  • One Mile From Greenock Town Centre
  • Beautiful Surrounds
  • On-Street Parking
  • Also Available To Let
  • Suitable For A Range of Business Uses
  • Notre Dame High School - 1 Minute Walk
  • Drumfrochar Railway Station - 10 Minutes' Walk

Property description

Tenure: Freehold

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Offers are being invited for the historic Greenock Police Club at Thom Street in Greenock.

The site extends to approximately 0.75 acres, with the existing club being set across two levels and set within a peaceful surround, the former social club closed in March 2020 and was the world's oldest free-standing police club, formed in 1898.

Having been located at Thom Street since 1932, the subjects still have a live drinks licence and would be suitable for a range of alternative uses, including residential (subject to planning consent) with room for 6 x semi-detached (as per image) or 2 x detached houses.

Internally, the subjects currently offer a mixture of rooms and bar areas, which were used for private members and functions, as well as a first-floor billiards room. The front of the building overlooks Murdieston Dam.

To the rear of the building is an ample garden area that faces the HMP Greenock. The subjects are surrounded by privately-owned residential dwellings.

AREA SUMMARY

- First floor - 37.1 sqm - 400 sqft
- Ground floor - 176.5 sqm - 1,900 sqft

Total - 213.7 sqm - 2,300 sqft

Site Total - 32,800 sq ft - 0.75 acres

LOCATION

Greenock is located approximately 20 miles west of Glasgow with a residential population in excess of 50,000 persons and a core catchment population of approximately 270,000 persons.

The subject property occupies a prominent corner position on the north side of Thom Street at its junction with Old Inverkip Road, 1.2m from Greenock town centre. On-street parking is provided.

Drumfrochar Railway Station is a ten-minute walk away that provides regular train services to and from Glasgow Central Station, Wemyss Bay and adjoining Gourock.

PRICING

Offers are invited for the purchase of our client's heritable interest in the property. Parties should register their interest in writing to Bowman Rebecchi.


LEGAL COSTS

Each party will be responsible for their own legal costs incurred during the transaction with the purchaser being responsible for payment of Land and Building Transaction Tax

EPC

Category F

LETTING

The property is also available to let.

For further information concerning the opportunity, please contact Bowman Rebecchi.

Brochures

Thom Street, Greenock, Inverclyde, PA16

Approximate location

NEAREST STATIONS

Distances are straight line measurements from the centre of the postcode
  • Drumfrochar Station0.3 miles
  • Greenock West Station0.6 miles
  • Branchton Station0.9 miles

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