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Freehold Pubs For Sale In Skelmersdale Lancashire

The pub can be found off Gillibrands Road on Abbeystead. The property is situated in the highly populated residential area of Digmoor in Skelmersdale. The Almond Tree is located approximately 2.8 miles from Upholland Railway Station.

Large detached 2 storey building. Property benefits from a large car park (30). The pub has two large open trading areas served by two bars. The lounge area of the pub is large enough to host functions. There is a small fully equipped catering kitchen and the pub also benefits from a large storage area leading off a ground floor cellar. To the upper parts there is residential accommodation consisting of 3 bedrooms, lounge, kitchen and bathroom.

Vacant possession
Development potential (STPP)
Approx gross site area: 18,819 sq.ft*
Approx ground floor foot plate: 3,548 sq.ft*
Rateable Value: £7,425
Offers invited for our clients unencumbered interest

The property represents excellent value for continued licensed use / owner occupation. There is also potential for redevelopment (residential / commercial / mixed use) subject to gaining the appropriate Local Authority consents.

The existing use class of the property is A4 ‘Drinking Establishments’. Planning consent is not required to change the current use to A1 (shops), A2 (financial and professional services) or A3 (restaurants and cafes).

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