Historic city building set for house conversion
A unique residential conversion opportunity in Salisbury city centre – with planning consent already in place – has been snapped up.
Property consultancy Myddelton & Major successfully negotiated a deal for 65 St Edmunds Church Street.
The 3600 sq ft (334.44 sq m) three-storey former office building was acquired by Romsey-based building contractors PCMR Ltd.
The Grade II Listed property was sold with planning permission in place for conversion to a four-bedroom home.
Myddelton & Major Partner Dean Speer said: “We are seeing a growing trend for commercial premises to be converted to residential properties – with this stunning building being a prime example.
“Because planning consent was already in place it meant this property was a particularly attractive proposition for developers, with key stages of red tape and administration taken out of the equation.
“Salisbury is an attractive city full of beautiful and historic commercial buildings and I am convinced the shift towards residential conversions will continue as the demand for city centre living grows.”
The property is situated in St Edmunds Church Street which is in the heart of Salisbury’s ancient City Chequers and within easy walk of the Market Square.
It is close to the Salt Lane car park (162 spaces) and short walk from Culver Street multi-storey car park (530 spaces).
The property is very well placed to access all city centre amenities and services with the green spaces at Greencroft and Bourne Hill Gardens also nearby.
Myddelton & Major was named the most active agency in Wiltshire in 2018 for the seventh year running by Estates Gazette, the weekly and online magazine of the UK commercial property industry.
Contact Myddelton & Major for more details of properties on 01722 337577 or visit www.myddeltonmajor.co.uk.