WSM Central Library, Boulevard, Weston-Super-Mare,
Sold @ Auction £250,000
This Landmark Grade II listed building was built to commemorate Queen Victoria’s Diamond Jubilee and has also subsequently been extended. The property is arranged over ground and three upper levels and benefits from parking spaces to the rear of the building. Internally the accommodation offers high floor to ceiling heights, carpeting throughout, a mixture of timber frame and UPVC windows, passenger lift and Kitchen / WC facilities.
This important landmark building is located on the Boulevard, in Weston-super-Mare town centre. The building is approached via Milton Road which links on to Locking Road providing direct access from Junction 21 of the M5 motorway. Weston-super-Mare railway station is approximately 0.5 miles to the south and Bristol International Airport is around 15 miles to the north east. The building is conveniently located within close proximity of a wide range of local amenities situated within Weston town centre.
This stunning period property ( 11,194 Sq Ft ) has a wide range of potential residential and commercial uses all subject to gaining the necessary consents.
Sold with vacant possession.
Cellar and bike shed: 372 sq ft
Ground floor: 5,417 sq ft
First floor: 502 sq ft
Second floor: 4,009 sq ft
Third floor: 894 sq ft
Total: 11,194 sq ft
*All measurements are approximate gross internal areas*
We are advised that the premises have consent for Non Residential Institution use within class D1 of the Town Country Planning Act (Use Classes) Order. The property offers potential for a range of alternative uses, subject to obtaining the necessary consents.
We are advised that all mains services are connected to the premises and confirm that we have not tested any of the service installations and any purchaser must satisfy themselves independently as to the state and condition of such items.
Interested parties should make their own enquiries with the Local Billing Authorities (North Somerset Council) to ascertain the exact rates payable as a change in occupation may trigger an adjustment of the rating assessment.