The property comprises a substantial two storey stone built detached club premises which as been extended to the rear and side. The original property is an imposing stone building constructed under a pitched and hipped slate covered roof, with the extensions being of brick construction.
The primary accommodation is at ground floor level, providing a bar and lounge, substantial commercial kitchen and a large imposing concert hall with stage area. There are further function areas and meeting rooms to the upper level, in addition to former staff accommodation space.
The building has been occupied by the Halifax branch of the Ukranian Association for a number of years, which is closing due to diminishing member numbers. The property has the benefit of a substantial tarmacadam surfaced car parking area providing sufficient parking for approximately 20 cars, with the total site area extending to approximately 0.66 acres.
The property is located approximately a mile to the west of Halifax town centre along Queens Road, which is a well-known location within Halifax and accommodations a mixture of housing, retail units, community buildings and industrial premises. This is a short distance from the centre of King Cross, with King Cross Road linking to the A646 Burnley Road, providing easy access to the Calder Valley. This location also allows easy access to the north and northeast along the A629 and A58 which lead towards Keighley and Leeds respectively.
The property will suit occupation for ongoing community use, or as a venue for functions, due to the substantial concert hall provided and car parking offered. It would also lend itself to conversion of the existing building for residential purposes, or entire demolition of the property and redevelopment of the whole site.
The property is offered on a freehold basis with vacant possession.