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Development opportunity property for sale Bevan House & John Snow House, Barony Court, Nantwich, Cheshire, CW5 5RD

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  • 24,165 Sq Ft

Key Details

Property Type
Development opportunity

The larger property is Bevan House, a 3-storey detached building built by Nantwich architect, George Latham, in 1780 as a workhouse which was converted in the 1930's to an NHS hospital, known as Barony Hospital, until it closed in 1994. Most recently the property has been occupied as administrative offices for the local NHS Health Trust.

The building is Grade II listed with an attractive Georgian facade and retains many of its original features including ornate brick chimneys and single glazed wooden framed windows. The space provides office accommodation across all three floors that are extensively partitioned to provide meeting rooms, private offices, stores, kitchens and ancillary welfare facilities. The property has a central courtyard which has been partially constructed upon to provide further ground floor open plan office accommodation.

John Snow House comprises a separate detached building which is not listed but sits within the curtilage of Bevan House and dates from the same period. It comprises part ground floor and part ground and first floor building of traditional brick construction beneath a pitched slate tiled roof. The building provided the entrance to the workhouse and was later extended, but part ground floor has since been converted to provide office accommodation with the remainder forming basic storerooms that are unrefurbished.

Two period office buildings set within a site of approximately 1.46 acres (0.59 hectares.

Potential for residential conversion and / or further development, subject to planning.

24,165 sq ft (2,245 sq m).

Formerly occupied as administrative offices for local NHS Health Trust

Situated on the edge of Nantwich Town Centre.

76 car spaces

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