Attractive period building situated in the town centre.
The property comprises an imposing building arranged over basement, ground and first floor, being of a traditional 19th century brick construction with dressed stone elevations and incorporating attractive architectural detailing, under a series of interlocking slate tiled covered roofs. It occupies a corner position and hence benefits from a return frontage incorporating traditional timber framed glazed windows. Internally, the accommodation is configured as the main banking hall with ancillary offices, first floor mess / staff room and basement store / plant room. In addition, there is a separate first floor area, formerly Midland Bank Chambers, which is currently vacant and in need of refurbishment. It is currently configured as six principle rooms with ancillary areas and potentially suitable for residential conversion (STPP).
|Unit||Use||Sq M||Sq Ft|
|Midland Bank Chambers||64.1||690|