- Grade I I Listed Building
- Office Accommodation
- Redevelopment Opp.
- Planning Consent Granted
- 322 Sq M (3,465 Sq Ft)
- Stamford Town Centre
- For Sale
- Full Vacant Possession
Agent’s wording:Grade II listed building >Office accomodation >Development Opportunity
322 sq m (3,465 sq ft) >Stamford Town Centre >Planning consent granted
No. 33 Broad Street is an attractive Grade II Listed building located in the heart of the historic market town of Stamford. Built in the Seventeenth Century and trading as the Roebuck Inn, the property was in use as a public house with stables, yard and granary for some 400 years to 1962, when it was converted to offices, a use which has continued to the present day.
Planning consent has recently been granted to convert the property to offices on the ground floor and flats above together with four new houses to be built within the court yard area accessed off Broad Street. The new build accommodation to comprise:
Conversion No. 1(C1) - 63.3 sq m - 2 bed cottage
Conversion No. 2(C2) - 84 sq m - 2 bed flat
Conversion No.3(C3) - 11 sq m - 2 bed split level flat
New No. 1(NB1) - 62 sq m - 2 bed terrace house
New No. 2(NB2) - 64 sq m - 2 bed terrace house
New No. 3(NB3) - 80 sq m - 2/3 bed terrace house
New No. 4 (NB4) - 75 sq m - 2 bed terrace house
Retained office unit - 90.38 sq m
Staircase to basement excluded
Void and inglenook fire places excluded
The total area for the basement is 51.35 sq m.
Alternatively the property offers potential for the continuation of the office use or other commercial uses, or converted to a single private dwelling subject to the grant of the necessary planning consents.
The property is located in a prominent position on the south side of Broad Street and a short distance from High Street and Ironmonger Street. Goldsmiths Lane runs along side the eastern boundary of the property.
Stamford is a prosperous and historic town and the Country's first designated Conservation area renowned for over 600 listed buildings enjoying a good tourist trade . Close proximity to the A1 trunk road, provides easy access to and from the surrounding areas. Peterborough is some 15 miles to the south east. The property is situated on Broad Street close to the High Street and within the centre of the town. There is on street parking immediately in front of the property.
The property is a substantial Grade II Listed stone building beneath a Collyweston slate roof comprising ground, first and second floor offices, basement,w.c.'s and storage. Outside there is a large courtyard with parking for some 13 cars accessed via an archway off Broad Street.
The site has Planning Permission and Listed Buildings Consent for the conversion of the building to offices on the ground floor and 2 no. flats on the upper floors, 1 no. cottage along with permission for the construction of 4 no. new build dwellings within the courtyard area. The relevant South Kesteven District Council application references are as follows:
Planning Permission S11/1344/FULL
Listed Building Consent: S11/1345/LB
Conservation Area Consent: S11/1650/CAC
The property has an approximate net internal floor area of 322 Sq M (3,465 Sq Ft).
Floor plans of the building are available.
An information pack is available by email containing the following:
Existing floor plans
Heritage Impact Assessment
Copies of Planning Consents
Proposed floor plans
We understand that mains gas, electricity, water and drainage are connected. None of the heating systems or any other plant and equipment have been tested by Richardson and prospective purchasers must rely on their own investigations as to their existence and
From enquiries made of the Valuation Office website, we understand that the following rating assessment applies:-
Rateable value: £29,500
Interested parties should however rely on their own enquiries as to the amount of rates payable.
Each party to bear their own legal costs incurred in the transaction.
The property is for sale with full vacant possession.
For an appointment to view or further information please contact Andrew Leech at RICHARDSON
on 01780 758007
or email - firstname.lastname@example.org
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MEASUREMENTS AND OTHER INFORMATION
All measurements are approximate. Whilst we endeavour to make our sales details reliable, if there is any point which is of particular importance to you, please contact the agent, who will be pleased to check the information for you, especially if you will be travelling some distance to view the property. Electrical and other appliances mentioned within the sale particulars have not been tested by Richardson, therefore prospective purchasers must satisfy themselves as to their working order. The sale is subject to all rights of support, public and private rights of way, water, light, drainage and other easements, quasi-easements and wayleaves, all other rights, whether mentioned in these particulars or not.