Originally purpose built as a junior/primary school in the South Pembrokeshire town of Pembroke Dock, the premises are made up of a variety of former classrooms, hall, corridors, offices, staff room, WC facilities etc. In all the buildings extend to a floor space which we are informed is approximately 9,510 sq ft (883.88 sq m) on a securely fenced site of approximately 1.32 acres (0.534 hectares).
While the premises have formerly been used as a school, there is the opportunity of conversion for other uses as well as complete redevelopment subject to any planning consents that may be necessary.
The premises are located in Pembroke Dock which is one of the larger settlements in the south west of the county of Pembrokeshire. It was formerly the home of the Royal Naval Dockyard and is currently well known for its ferry port serving Ireland. The town also serves the nearby power station, oil terminal and LNG plants.
The premises are located in one of the quieter areas of the town with easy access both into the town centre and also to the main road system via Pembroke Road and Ferry Lane.
The premises are available Freehold with vacant possession.
Offers are invited in the region of £250,000.
Town and Country Planning
The premises comprise a purpose built school and we understand they have always been used for this purpose since construction. While they may be suitable for a variety of other uses interested parties are recommended to check with the local planning authority, Pembrokeshire County Council (telephone: 01437 764551).
According to the VOA website the rateable value of the premises is £17,250 and is rated as "school and premises".
Immediately upon completion of legal formalities.
Please contact David Cochlin in our Commercial Dept on 01834 861810 or via email to firstname.lastname@example.org