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This fine building of red brick, stone and slate construction, with its landmark clock tower, has been a building of importance to the town since 1873. Central to the Falsgrave community, being located at Falsgrave Road, Seamer Road (A64) and Sitwell Street, it began as an infants and girls school. The bells were rung from the tower to signal the start of the school day. Since closing as a school in 1964, the property has been home to some successful Scarborough companies including Osprey, Firth and Wilson and most latterly, Bed King.
Not only will the successful purchaser acquire the Clock Towers, they will also own the 'Factory Shop' and a garage together a good sized yard area which can accommodate a number of cars. This is a truly unique opportunity to purchase the freehold interest in this iconic building. All enquiries to CPH Property Services.
The property is situated on the north side of Falsgrave Road, one of the main arterial routes into town from the west. This is a popular secondary commercial locality with a number of shops and restaurants being located within the immediate locality.
We have measured the property in accordance with the RICS Code of Measuring Practice and can confirm the property extends to a gross internal area (ground floor only) of approximately: 264.1 sq m (2,843 sq ft) We have measured the site via an Ordnance Survey Extract and believe it extends to approximately 647 sq m (0.16 acres).
2017 Rateable Value - £9,000. The property therefore qualifies for 100% Business Rates Relief.
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To be confirmed but we believe the property benefits from A1 (Retail) consent in terms of the Use Classes Order 1987.
Via the sole agents CPH Property Services 19 St Thomas Street Scarborough YO11 1DY Joe Walker MRICS 01723 352235 email@example.com
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