Station Road, Bakewell, DE45
- *A Landmark period railway station building
- *Constructed in fine natural stone under ornate tiled roof
- Configured as good quality two storey offices
- Equipped with gas central heating, partial air-conditioning
- *Net internal area over 2 floors 2,701 sq. ft., 250.92 sq. m approx.
- Adjacent car park - 8 spaces reserved for offices
- *Suitable for a varletry of alternative business, office and/or industrial uses
- *Freehold for sale with vacant possession
BAKEWELL - PEAK DISTRICT
GRADE II LISTED PERIOD STATION BUILDING CONFIGURED AS HIGH QUALITY OFFICE ACCOMMODATION
Available strictly by prior appointment through the Agents
The usual mains services including, gas, water, electricity, foul and surface water drainage have previously been connected to serve the premises.
N.B.. We are advised of a high speed internet fibre optic connected to offer high speed internet services.
Part of Title Deed reference DY22670
Currently assessed with industrial buildings adjacent at £36,000 Rateable Value to be reassessed upon sale into new ownership circa £13,000 Rateable Value envisaged.
Derbyshire Dales District Council, 2013 Mill Lane, Wingerworth, Chesterfield S40 9TA
TOWN & COUNTRY PLOANNING
Peak Park Planning Board, Peak District National Park Authority, Aldern House, Baslow Road, Bakewell DE45 1AE
N.B. The Station Building is a Grade II Listed Building.
Offers in the region of £320,000 are invited.
Vacant possession will be given upon completion of purchase and upon relocation of Codel's Head Office facility to premises further along Station Road.
Franklin & Co., Town Hall Chambers, Anchor Square, Bakewell DE45 1DR
The Old Station Building is prominently situated at Old Station Yard, Station Road, Bakewell which was redeveloped by English Partnerships during we believe the early 1980s as part of the Station Road Industrial Estate.
Situated at the top of Station Road, the Station Building adjoins the former Peak Railway line long since closed and now maintained as the Monsal Trail popular with tourists, walkers, bikers, generally of interest to visitors to the area.
The Peak District town of Bakewell, often referred to as a gateway to the Peak District, boasts a thriving retail/business centre, modern agricultural centre, the town is the home of the famous Bakewell Pudding.
Bakewell lies approximately ten miles to the west of Chesterfield, eight miles to the north west of Matlock and approximately twelve miles to the east of Buxton, serving the surrounding less populated Peak District surrounds, the picturesque setting alongside the River Wye ensures the high level of interest from tourism with Chatsworth House/Chatsworth Park and Haddon Hall being close by.
From Bakewell town centre take Station Road rising up to the Old Station Yard and the Station Building is at the top right hand side with the public pay and display car park in front, the local golf course is close by.
The property comprises former two storey purpose built station building dating back to the golden age of the railways, being designed and constructed in fine coarsed gritstone circa 1870 contained under an ornate pitched pavilion style roof, the building being well worthy of its Grade II Listed Building status alongside the popular well used Monsal Trail.
Configured as good quality two storey offices, the long term head office of Codel International Limited, who are relocating their head office functions to a larger building further along Station Road to achieve additional space now required.
There are offices at ground and first floor levels with a mezzanine level sales office over the former Station Booking Hall, the interior accommodation is generally equipped with gas central heating and partial air conditioning, there are eight number allocated car parking spaces for occupation with the premises in the public pay and display car park to the front.
This fine building is considered suitable for a wide variety of alternative office and business uses, subject to first obtaining planning and Listed Building approvals if any material change of use should be required.
The accommodation briefly includes
Net internal areas
Imposing portico entrance
Reception and general office 9'9" x 21'0" overall (2.97m x 6.40m overall)
625 sq. Ft., 58.04 sq. M
Private office 21'0" x 14'4" (6.40m x 4.37m)
300 sq. Ft., 27.9 sq. M
Kitchen 7'1" x 6'2" (2.16m x 1.88m)
44 sq. Ft., 4.09 sq. M
Store room 7'1" x 3'5" (2.16m x 1.04m)
25 sq. Ft., 2.28 sq. M
Containing Ideal Concorde CX gas central heating boiler
Ladies and gents toilets
Each with wcs, whbs installed
Waiting room 14'5" x 13'0" overall (4.39m x 3.96m overall)
165 sq. Ft., 15.33 sq. M
Office/server room 14'5" x 7'8" (4.39m x 2.34m)
110 sq. Ft., 10.2 sq. M
Office/meeting room 14'6" x 13'3" (4.42m x 4.04m)
192 sq. Ft., 17.85 sq. M
Ground floor area sub total - 1,461 sq. Ft., 135.73 sq. M
Private office 13'8" x 8'3" (4.17m x 2.51m)
113 sq. Ft., 10.5 Sq. M
Private office 14'4" x 8'6" (4.37m x 2.59m)
122 sq. Ft., 11.29 sq. M
Private office 14'4" x 8'9" (4.37m x 2.67m)
125 sq. Ft., 11.62 sq. M
Male and female toilets
Each with wcs, whbs
Sales office 26'6" x 17'6" overall (8.08m x 5.33m overall)
464 sq. Ft., 43.05 sq. M
Private office 14'6" x 8'8" (4.42m x 2.64m)
126 sq. Ft., 11.72 sq. M
Board/meeting room 21'0" x 13'10" overall (6.40m x 4.22m overall)
290 sq. Ft., 26.92 sq. M
First floor area sub total - 1,240 sq. Ft.,115.19 sq. M
We therefore calculate an overall net internal area of 2,701 sq. Ft., 250.92 sq. M
The property backs on to the well regarded Monsal Trail at the rear.
To the front the property is set back from the road with public pay and display car park during week days Monday to Friday eight car parking spaces are reserved and allocated for use with the old Station Building within the pay and display car park.
Offering a rare opportunity to purchase a Grade II Listed Station Building dating back to the golden age of the railways circa 1870 currently fitted out and equipped with good quality centrally heated part air-conditioned offices, configured over two floors.
The property is subject to various restrictive covenants against development and use for either residential or retail purposes, the Station Building is not currently to be used for purposes other than industrial/office uses.
Further and more full details of restrictive covenants can be viewed on the Charges Register under Title Deed Reference DY226700.
Date: 12th March, 2020