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PROPERTY & TENDERS


TO LET - SAUNA & SPA Covering approx. 2,800 sq ft and arranged across two floors of:


THE OLD POST OFFICE, WARRINGTON, CHESHIRE


AVAILABLE ON A NEGOTIABLE LEASE


Brighton Seafront Opportunity


• Prominent location on one of the UK’s most popular seafronts


An excellent opportunity to acquire the Lease of a fully- fi tted Health Club with Sauna, Sanarium and Spa Pool in a beautiful Grade 2 listed building, situated in the prestigious Cultural Quarter of Warrington, Cheshire.


The building is situated on the corner of tree-lined Palmyra Square with its attractive Open Aspect, Museum, Parr Hall Theatre and Pyramid Arts Centre and it is adjacent to Warrington Town Hall, with its impressive Georgian architecture and magnifi cent Golden Gates.


The immediate area has been considerably redeveloped with many improvements including the £140 million Golden Gate Shopping Centre, incorporating a 1800 space car park, and the Bus Station. Both of these and Bank Quay Railway Station are a mere 5 minutes walk away.


The Club is conveniently located in Warrington town centre with many shops and businesses in the immediate area, offering the opportunity for ongoing Corporate Memberships


The Health Club is fi nished to a high standard and includes fully fi tted male and female changing facilities, luxurious Spa Pool and Sauna Room, Offi ce and Exercise Space.


FOR FURTHER INFORMATION AND VIEWINGS (By appointment only)


CONTACT:


STEWART OR DANIEL AT DECLAN JAMES –


01925 210 250


For further information please contact: Jane Pinnock Seafront Estates Surveyor jane.pinnock@brighton-hove.gov.uk


01273 290568 or Toni Manuel Seafront Development Manager toni.manuel@brighton-hove.gov.uk


01273 290394


• Interest is sought for innovative and creative proposals based on mix of retail, art and leisure uses


• Available site for temporary period of 3 years


• Site area approx 6,700 sq m.


• Subject to Planning Permission


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