A Grade II Listed building, located in Blyth, Northumberland has gone on the market with offers invited no later than 12 noon on Thursday 12th October 2017.
Blyth is a bustling port town on the coast in Northumberland, roughly 12 miles Northeast of Newcastle.
The large, imposing building was previously used as the town’s main police station and split across four floors and various out buildings has a combined internal area of 34,337 sq ft.
Kevin McGorie, agent on the property, said ““I am really pleased to be able to request offers for this impressive property. Its location is perfect, in the centre of the increasingly popular North East town of Blyth. The property’s development potential will make this an incredibly popular property and I expect there to be a significant level of interest from landlords, developers, investors and others.”
The property may be suitable for a range of uses, subject to relevant planning permissions and we would recommend that all interested parties speak to Northumberland County Council Planning Department.
Please click here to view the property listing.