With eight former Staffordshire Police premises going on sale, property developers and occupiers are presented with the unique opportunity to acquire one or more of the properties.
Strategic property consultancy Jon Flowith & Partners has been instructed to market the eight buildings, which can be bought individually or as a group portfolio. They are located centrally within both town centre and affluent village locations, comprising attractive buildings and exciting development opportunities in:
City of Stoke-on-Trent – adjoining Sainsbury’s
The unique properties each offer distinctive benefits, and the range of locations ensures there are several different opportunities for developers. Elizabeth Gibson-Flowith of Jon Flowith & Partners comments:
“The varied, highly commutable locations of these former police properties represent an exciting opportunity for both occupiers and developers. Many, including Wombourne, Eccleshall, and Kinver, are in top residential locations, whilst affluent Stone is regarded as the “foodie capital” of north Staffordshire.
“Both Stone and Wombourne represent great upmarket retirement housing opportunities. They are a short, level walk into historic town centres, with a range of facilities, including excellent shopping centres and vibrant high-streets. Stoke and Newcastle, meanwhile, are good Private Rented Sector (PRS) opportunities.”
Elizabeth concludes: “There is currently a shortage of stock and it isn’t every day that properties as unique as these are available to be purchased.”
The properties are available by informal tender, and unconditional bids are sought for the properties by Monday 8th July 2019.
Individual brochures are available from the Jon Flowith & Partners’ website at the following link: https://www.flowithpartners.co.uk/staffordshire-commissioner/
"The unique properties each offer distinctive benefits, and the range of locations ensures there are several different opportunities for developers. "
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