Sold Subject to Contract
Former Northallerton Police Station 72 High Street
Northallerton, North Yorkshire DL7 8ES
We are pleased to invite Expressions of Interest to purchase freehold with vacant possession of the former Northallerton Police Station, a Grade II Listed Building in the Heart of the County Town of North Yorkshire.
Northallerton lies on the East Coast main line and the property lies within 1 mile of the Railway Station The town has good access to the national road network via the A19 and A1(M) and is situated 20 miles from Teesside, 30 miles from York and around 40 miles from Leeds.The town is the administrative centre of North Yorkshire and home to the County Council and Hambleton District Council - it is a thriving Market town which is undergoing considerable expansion as the Northallerton North Development is constructed.
This attractive property was until recently the main police station for Northallerton. It contains a wealth of fascinating internal features. It has been a Police Station since 1987 and prior to this it was Local Authority offices and formerly a public library. The front of the building is the original element, which we believe to be Georgian and Grade II Listed is listed under the Planning (Listed Buildings and Conservation Areas) Act 1990. This property comprises of three main areas:
Offices which are situated on both the ground and first floor, comprising a mix of large open plan rooms and more traditional office accommodation. Former Custody Suite which is situated to the rear of the main building on the ground floor and comprises a number of cells and a reception desk, and which includes some additional office space.
To the rear of the car park area and with an access to Friarage Gardens is a former secure store and locker room building of brick clad steel portal framed construction with photo-voltaic panels on the roof.
Expressions of interest to purchase this property are requested by 29th July 2019 setting out an indication of proposed use of the property and an indicative purchase price.
A expression of interest form is contained within the information pack and is available on request. Selected prospective purchasers will then be requested to make an offer to purchase the property by informal tender. It is anticipated that tender packs will be sent out during the first week of August 2019 with tenders submission date of the 8th August 2019 with a view to the successful purchaser entering into a contract in September 2019.
4100 Park Approach, Thorpe Park, Leeds LS15 8GB
These particulars are intended as a general guide only and do not constitute any part of an offer or contract. All descriptions, dimensions, references to condition and necessary permissions for use and occupation, and other details are given without responsibility. Intending purchasers or tenants should satisfy themselves as to the accuracy of all statements and representations before entering into any agreement. No employee or partner of Bruton Knowles has authority to make or give any representation or warranty in relation to the property.