Former headquarters of Mersey Regional Ambulance Service in Liverpool is now on the market with a price tag for the freehold interest of £950,000. Tony McDonough reports
Property agents are seeking a buyer for the former headquarters of the Mersey Regional Ambulance Service in Liverpool with a price tag of £950,000.
Elm House is located in Belmont Road in Anfield and is now on the market after the Mersey ambulance service HQ relocated to a new 40,000 sq ft facility at Estuary Point in Speke.
The site presents an opportunity for office use or re-development subject to planning approval and extends to 1.89 acres). It comprises two office buildings totalling 13,346 sqft.
Dating back to the late 1890s, Elm House saw a more modern extension built in the late 1970s with associated parking together with a telecommunication mast which is income producing. It is being marketed by agents at LM6.
The previously developed site is located wholly within a primarily residential area and is not subject to any other site specific allocations or designations and residential re-development could be considered in principle. Despite dating back to Victorian times the buildings are not listed.
Co-founder of LM6, Anthony O’Keefe, said: “This is a rare opportunity to bring forward a sustainable development on a previously developed site within an increasingly residential context and we are seeking bids for the freehold interest over the coming weeks.”
LM6 is a chartered surveying practice established in 2015 by Mr O’Keefe and Phil Morley. Its specialises in the sale and leasing of Industrial accommodation and services customers across the North West.