Historic listed building currently over three floors
Approximately 265sqm / 2835sqft plus lift and basement
Planning for 10 offices
Property requires finishing
Grants may be available
Parking for up to 10 cars
A wonderful opportunity to purchase a listed five bay Georgian building and restore it to its former beauty.
The building dates from C1800 and was formerly a residential residence with a variety of interesting occupiers including the former curate of Lisburn Cathedral, Captain James Ward who rented it from the Marquees of Hertford and James Coulson a damask table linen manufacture of international repute.
Lisburn Masonic occupied the building around 1900 and subsequently the property was sold to Lisburn Tech College and used as part of the further education college.
A planning application was granted for conversion to consulting offices with parking to the rear. Initial works have been completed.
The property is located in Lisburns Historic quarter beside the stunning Castle Gardens, once the site of Lisburn Castle, a manor house built by the Conway family.
Lisburn trains and bus station are within minutes walk enabling easy access to Castle Street.
Copy of plans and planning permission are available by request.
Status: For Sale
Offers Around: £270,000
Stamp Duty: £0*
* Stamp duty rates provided as a guide only. Additional charges may apply. Please refer to the tax service's website for more information.