APP Surveyors

Under Offer
35/35A Coach Street, Skipton, BD23 1LQ

Office, Residential
1,480 sq. ft./ 138 sq. m


1,480 sq. ft./ 138 sq. m

35/35A Coach Street, BD231LQ

The former Information centre for Craven District Council occupies a basement, ground-floor level used as offices, and a residential flat on the first-floor providing a fantastic opportunity for the purchaser to redevelop and refurbish the building.

The property features two offices and a small kitchenet with a w/c on the ground-floor. The basement can be accessed from both ground-level and the rear yard. On the first level, residential accommodation can be accessed from the alley down the side of the property.

The property is located to the south western side of Skipton town, adjacent to Coach Street road and to the south of Coach Street Car Park. Skipton high street shops are 0.5 miles to the north east of the property. Skipton Town centre is noted to be one of the tourist destinations across England, with a population of 15,042 in 2021. The town hosts a market four times a week. The canal which runs through the town, offers delightful walks and trips on the water which canals can be hired for the day. The town has its own railway station within the main town centre on Broughton Road, which compromises daily links to Leeds and Bradford as well as Carlisle. Transport links with bus services in Skipton, have access to Leeds, Bradford, Manchester, Preston, Kirkby and more.

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