£1,400,000 For Sale

Black Moss Lane, Southport, L40


Key Features

  • Warehouse and Office Complex on 3 Acres
  • Redevelopment Potential Subject to PP
  • Former Cold Store and Administrative Office Complex Set in Site Extending to Approximately 3.07 acres

Available due to re-location - Warehouse and Office Complex on 3 Acres. The property comprises a former cold store and administrative office complex set within a triangular site extending to approximately 1.24 ha (3.07 acres). The principal building components comprise: Greystones: A detached bungalow in a dilapidated condition requiring major renovation if retained. Park House: A two storey solid brick period dwelling, most recently used as supplementary offices which also requires complete restoration. Warehouse sections: Two warehouse buildings set at a right angle with a brick garage between. The warehouses are of framed construction with eaves up to 10m, clad with profile metal cladding and served by dock level access. Offices: Two storey office block with part rendered and part profile metal clad elevations under a flat for. The offices are mainly subdivided at ground floor level and open plan at first. External areas are mainly hard surfaced, providing commercial vehicle and car parking facilities (in excess of 100 bays). There is extensive screening from mature trees along the Southport Road elevation and, to a lesser extent, Black Moss Lane. A number of trees are subject to preservation orders. A report detailing these can be made available upon request. We estimate that the total site area extends to 1.24 ha or 3.07 acres. Overall the property extends to a floor area in excess of 40,000 sq ft (3,717 sq m), including plant rooms and external storage. The property occupies a prominent position at the junction of Black Moss Lane and the A565 Southport road, on the outskirts of the village of Scarisbrick. The A565 is an arterial route connecting Ormskirk (approximately 3.5 miles to the south-east) and Southport (3.5 miles to the north-west). Southport has a population in excess of 90,000 and remains a popular seaside resort. Ormskirk has a resident population of approximately 23,000 excluding the Edge Hill University Campus, which has a undergraduate enrolment of some 11,000. Access to the motorway network is via A5209 at junction 27 (11.7 miles) or via the A570 to M58 (7.4 miles). The nearest railway station is Bescar Lane, some 2 miles distant.
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