Detached house for sale in Hamilton Square, Birkenhead, CH41 (ref: 33450)Shortlist
- Genuine retirement sale from long established high quality portfolio
- 3193 square feet across 5 floors, and includes fabulous Penthouse
- Ideal SIPP/SSAS Pension Scheme investment (Commercial Part)
- Grade 1 Listed Building
- EPC : E (109)
DescriptionGenuine retirement sale from long established high quality portfolio
Grade 1 Listed Freehold Mixed Use Building in Georgian Square.
3193 sq. ft. across five floors.
Recently fully refurbished and restored to a high standard.
Includes Fabulous Penthouse.
Secure Gated Private Car Park.
Vacant Possession, Ready for immediate occupation/letting.
LED Lighting throughout.
Cat 5 Cabling throughout.
GSM Access Control.
Fully Integrated and Automated Fire Alarm System.
Ideal SIPP/SSAS Tax Efficient Investment (Commercial Part).
Separate Titles on Commercial and Residents Parts.
Unique and prestigious Grade 1Mixed use investment property in Wirral`s Premier Commercial Area. Recently restored and refurbished to a high standard. available with vacant posession.
This is a rare opportunity to acquire a fabulous Grade 1 listed office building in the heart of Hamilton Square, Birkenhead.
This Georgian SquareWas designed by famous Edinburgh architect James Gillespie Graham, comprises the most Grade I listed buildings outside of London (after Trafalgar Square)
The sixty four grand Georgian Town Houses forming the square were built between 1825 and 1847, and all overlook the picturesque formal gardens of Hamilton Square.
Hamilton SquareThe main commercial district on the Wirral peninsula, and is a Conservation Area.
Both the Hamilton Square Merseyrail Station (3 minutes to Liverpool) and Conway Park Merseyrail are nearby, linking Birkenhead with Liverpool, with all Wirral areas, and with Chester.
Hamilton Square also benefits from excellent road links including the nearby Mersey Tunnel linking Wirral to Liverpool City centre and the national Motorway network including the M62 and M53.
The building has recently been subject to a full refurbishment and restoration programme, and is now ready for immediate occupation.
PropertyThe building comprises four floors of office accommodation, together with a fabulous Penthouse Apartment with spectacular views from the top floor.
The building benefits from full height ceilings with decorative coving, period features, fully restored sash windows, LED lighting, Category 5 cabling, gsm access control system, and a fully integrated and automated Fire Alarm System.
Modern staff amenity facilities are provided including two new kitchens and new male and female toilet areas.
The entire building is carpeted throughout.
Separate front and rear entrances are provides at both ground floor level, and to the self-contained Lower Ground Floor Suite
A freehold secure private carpark is provided comprising six parking spaces, with remote controlled electric doors.
This is a unique opportunity to own a fully restored historic building in the heart of Hamilton Square, and viewing is highly recommended to appreciate the quality of this investment.
General Information on the AreaOver the next few years, Birkenhead promises to be one of the most exciting areas for future development and regeneration in the whole of the UK.
Wirral Waters is described as the largest and most exciting regeneration project in the UK.
It promises to "transform over 500 acres of the Birkenhead docklands into an internationally recogniseable destination where innovation, sustainability and industry thrive and 25 miles of coastline stretches from your doorstep. Where over 20,000 permanent new jobs will emerge, where wide open spaces meet world-class culture and global companies trade alongside new waterfront housing".
For more information please do a Google Search on1) Hamilton Square Wikipedia:
2) You Tube Hamilton Square Video
3) Hamilton Square, aerial video footage
4) Wirral Waters website
5) Wirral View, Birkenhead launches £1 billion development programme
6) £4.5 billion Wirral Waters scheme launched
7) Wirral Wikipedia