Asking Price: £450,000
The property comprises a two storey substantial former Methodist chapel which has been converted to provide warehouse and display accommodation for the current owner's footwear business. This building provides approximately 217.61m (2,342ft) and is constructed of stone under a pitched slate covered roof and internally benefits from having some original features including wall panelling with modern specification lighting, being carpeted and has a glazed entrance with external shutters.
The property has been extended to the rear with a single extension having mono-pitch slate covered roof with the extension providing office and storage. The building has previously had planning consent for conversion into 3 apartments under planning application number 2003/62/93225. Whilst this has expired, it shows the prospect of conversion for the property.
To the rear of the commercial building is a substantial stone built residential property constructed under a pitched tile covered roof with PVCu guttering and fall pipes. The dwelling provides 7 bedroom accommodation with 2 reception rooms, and has a flagged forecourt the front, single garage and a narrow strip of land to the rear, having expansive views over fields.
There is a driveway to each side of the front building leading to the residential property and a strip of car parking to the front of the commercial building.
The property is sold with the prospect of a business occupying the commercial premises, with the business owner having the option to live in the premises to the rear, or alternatively rent the residential premises. The property would appeal to developers seeking to convert the commercial building into residential apartments with the existing residential property to the rear presenting the opportunity to divide into 2/3 cottages.
The premises are well positioned in the popular area of Liversedge along the main A649 Halifax Road. It is a short distance from the village centre of Roberttown and the market towns of Heckmondwike and Cleckheaton and benefits from having good access to the A62 Leeds to Huddersfield Road which provides access to Junction 27 of the M62 motorway network at Birstall, which is approximately 4 miles to the northeast. Junction 26 of the M62 motorway network is also easily accessed at Chain Bar, Cleckheaton, which is within 3 miles to the northwest. This is accordingly an accessible location for business use in addition to being well positioned for commuter residents.
The premises are currently occupied, however are available for sale with vacant possession, or present the option for both commercial and residential occupiers to take leases for terms to be negotiated, subject to the purchaser's requirements.