Leecroft House, 58-66 Campo Lane

Cathedral Quarter, Sheffield, S1 2EG

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Property Type Offices
Tenure For Sale
Size 7,174 sq ft
Price £525,000.00
Business Rates Upon Enquiry
Service Charge n/a
Energy Performance Rating Upon enquiry

City centre building for sale in Sheffield (freehold) - with planning permission for residential redevelopment

Key Points

  • City centre office building
  • Prominent position on Campo Lane
  • Detailed planning permission for residential conversion
  • Ground floor commercial space

Description

Leecroft House is a 4 storey building, plus basement. Retail premises occupy the ground floor with 3 floors of offices above. There is a basement store and garage for approximately 3 cars. The upper floors are partially occupied with retail operators on the ground floor.
The building is part income producing and will be sold with the benefit of the existing leases. Further details are available on request.
The property benefits from a detailed planning consent for 3 x 2 bedroom apartments per floor (ie 9 apartments/18 beds). A copy of the planning approved drawings are available to download. Further information can be made available on request.

Available area

We understand the property comprises the following:

Floor/Unit Description sq ft
Basement Storage and Parking 830
Ground Retail 1,280
Ground Retail 830
1st Office 1 700
1st Office 2 651
2nd Office 1 827
2nd Office 2 616
3rd Office 1 797
3rd Office 2 643
Total 7,174

Location

Leecroft House is located on Campo Lane behind Sheffield Cathedral. The Cathedral Quarter is is one of the most historic areas of the city centre. Over recent years a number of the office occupiers have relocated and many of the buildings have been converted to residential. Currently the area offers an eclectic mix of commercial, residential and retail uses. Quality redevelopment is also taking place nearby in the form of Pennine Five, West Bar and various purpose built student schemes.

Viewings

Via Tim Bottrill (see contact details below).

Terms

The freehold interest is available to purchase in the sum of £525,000. The property is elected for VAT purposes.