£250,000 For Sale

195 - 197 Lord Street, Southport, PR8


Key Features

  • Prime Mixed Use Premises To Southport Town Centre
  • Ground Floor Comprises Retail Unit With Vacant Possession
  • Upper Floors Comprise 6 Residential Units
  • Lord Street Location
  • Nearby Occupiers Include Pound Bakery, Edinburgh Woolen Mill & The Vincent Hotel
  • Sold With 2 Residential Tenants In Occupation

3 storey mixed use property to Southport Town Centre The premises provides retail accommodation to the ground floor and a total of six residential units to the upper floors. Access is primarily from the Lord Street elevation however separate access/fire escapes are provided to the rear of the building from Waverley Street, where we are advised parking spaces for circa two cars are provided. 195 Lord Street The ground floor unit provides substantial glazed frontage to Lord Street in Southport Town Centre. An entrance door with roller shutter leads into the front retail area providing open plan accommodation ready for any ingoing tenants proposed fit out. Steps lead to further retail space and the basement area provides useful further store/office with separate WC & kitchen facilities. 197 Lord Street Accessed via a separate entrance from Lord Street, adjacent to the retail premises, a doorway leads into a hallway with steps leading to the upper floors. A total of 6 self contained residential units are included to the upper floors, three of which (1B, 2B & 3B to the rear of the building) are provided to a vacant shell type condition following damage. Flats 1A and 3A are currently let for a monthly rental of £325 & £320 respectively. Flat 2A is currently vacant. The property will be sold with any residential tenants in situ. A copy of the AST agreements are available on request. Please note, interested parties will need to take extra care when viewing the property due to the condition of the upper floors. We recommend any interested parties wear the appropriate personal protective equipment and take care of their own health and safety.
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