32-40 Bank Street, Sheffield, South Yorkshire, S1 2DS
|Property Type||Offices, Development (Land & Buildings)|
|Size||10,179 sq ft|
|Freehold Price||Offers in excess of £650,000|
|Energy Performance Rating||This property has been graded as 99 D|
The property is located in the Cathedral Quarter in the Sheffield City Centre. The Cathedral Quarter has witnessed a renaissance in recent years with a number of substantial buildings being converted into private residential.
|Floor / Unit||Size||Sq ft|
|G||1,457 sq ft||1,457|
|1st||1,433 sq ft||1,433|
|2nd||1,494 sq ft||1,494|
|Basement||1,462 sq ft||1,462|
|G||2,310 sq ft||2,310|
|1st||1,604 sq ft||1,604|
|Basement||419 sq ft||419|
The premises have been used until recently by Bank Street Arts. Providing a mix of small studios, galleries, offices and workshops arranged around 2 courtyards (one covered). Originally constructed as 5 terraced properties which have now been in commercial use for a number of years.
The property provides a unique opportunity to acquire a historical building in the heart of Sheffield's Cathedral Quarter. Suitable for a number of uses (subject to gaining the necessary consents) including residential, commercial and leisure.
Our client has documented the history of the site back to 1791 and has published a book entitled "Tales From The Orchard - The History of Bank Street: Past and Present". Copies of which are available on request.
We understand that the property is held freehold. It is available to purchase for a sum in excess of £650,000, exclusive of VAT and subject to terms.
For further information, or if you would like to arrange a viewing, please contact Tim Bottrill at colloco on 07810 865561.