6-8 Pleasant Street, North Shore, Blackpool
Online auction 22nd July, 2020
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The Hotel is located around 150 m from the promenade and around 800 m from North Pier
The hotel had been in single ownership from 1992 until 2018 and we have been advised that accounts (details of which will be in the legal pack when available) show profits circa £40,000 per annum. The current owners have decided sell to concentrate on other business ventures, however the hotel is virtually ready to trade as soon as current restrictions allow. There is scope to possibly convert to 6 to 8 self contained flats/holiday lets or perhaps use as HMO. The bar had been removed from the premises so again there is scope to increase turnover if required. Any interested party is advised t o make their own enquiries directly to the local planning department for conversion or change of use/improvements.
A lift operates for all floors from basement to second floor.
Reception hallway, two sun lounges, formal dining room, reception room, rear office, kitchen, store room and utility area.
8 en-suite bedrooms (6 double, 2 twin) WC and two laundry/store rooms
10 en-suite bedroom (4 double, 4 twin and 2 single)
Lower ground floor:
Owner/managers accommodation with lounge/dining room, kitchen, bathroom, separate shower room, 3 double bedrooms
Garage/storeroom and yard.
Vacant on completion, property bought "as is" with any fixtures and fitting remaining
EPC rating C (56). Majority double glazed. Central heating. Floor plan for purpose of illustration only. Virtual viewing available.
Floor plans are for purpose of illustration only as a guide to the internal layout.
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