PART AVAILABLE - Landmark Property in Liverpool Central
The Grade 11 Listed Landmark building was constructed in 1802 as the Lyceum Library. The property is of stone construction beneath a slate pitched and part mansard roof. The accommodation is arranged over lover ground/basement/ground/first/second and part mezzanine level.
Benefitting from many original features including an ornate entrance to the ground floor, decorative pillars along the Bold Street frontage a circular pitched room internally, the property underwent comprehensive modernisation and was extended at roof level in 1988/9.
We understand the property has planning for A1, A2 and A3/4 uses, and prospective occupiers are requested to undertake their own investigations in this regard. We would also invite interest from B1/D1 & D2 occupiers.
The property is situated next to the Bold Street entrance of Central Station where Merseyrail, the regional rail operators, provides two main lines giving access to the North & South and the Wirral region. The station handles approximately 50,000 passengers per day.
The property is located in the heart of Liverpool city centre at the junction of Bold Street, Church Street and Ranelagh Street, and connects to all routes into the traditional retail and leisure pitches of the city including Liverpool One.
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