Former St Louis Middle School site, Bury St Edmunds
BEST AND FINAL OFFERS INVITED BY MIDDAY 19TH JULY 2019.
The property comprises a significant site in Bury St Edmunds town centre which has been the site of St Louis Middle School for almost 50 years. The total site area extends to approximately 4.4 acres (1.778 hectares) and includes the former school, grounds and parking, Grade II* listed St Andrews Castle, Grade II listed gatehouse and a derelict building known as the Peacock House.
The school has been extended considerably over the years and there are varying types of buildings across the site. Extensive refurbishment has been carried out since its opening as a school and there are the usual facilities including School Hall, Gymnasium Classrooms, Science Laboratories as well as Kitchens and a Dining Hall.
St. Andrews Castle is a Grade II* listed building which was originally a private residence, although was believed to have been utilised as a convent school for girls. The property is of flint stone and brick external walls, part rendered beneath a slate roof. The accommodation which is laid out over three floors has been divided into various individual rooms and offices and is used as serviced offices by the current tenant. There are some 34 car parking spaces within this part of the grounds.
The gatehouse is situated at the shared entrance from St. Andrews Street South and comprises a small single storey property which was originally used as a residence but converted to offices several years ago. The gatehouse is self-contained and used as an office by a firm of chartered accountants.
- BEST AND FINAL OFFERS BY MIDDAY 19TH JULY 2019
- 4.4 acres of brownfield land
- Redevelopment potential subject to planning permission and necessary consents
- Part income producing with a total rent of £50,750 per annum
- Prominent frontage to A1302 Parkway
- Bury St Edmunds town centre