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Former Stone Police Station, Radford Street, Stone, Staffordshire, ST15 8DB

The property extends to approximately 1.00 acre and is illustrated on the plan. The site falls into 2 separate areas - see marketing particulars Former Stone Police Station The detached former two storey Stone Police Station which fronts Radford Street is of brick and slate construction with stone detailing with two large outbuildings in the rear yard area. There is a large private car park and a narrow access to Radford Street, but the main access to the car park and buildings is currently from Station Road. The former Police Station is an attractive building partitioned internally to form a series of rooms on both floors including toilets, showers and also including a ground floor custody suite containing a series of cells at the rear of the building. The first floor can be accessed by internal staircases but also independently accessed via a ground floor entrance door in the Radford Street elevation. The internal layout is illustrated approximately on the internal layout plans. There are three outbuildings in the rear yard area as illustrated approximately on the plans. A former telecommunication aerial is located on one of the buildings, but this is disused. The property closed in 2016 and its condition reflects the fact that it has been unoccupied for some years. Former Car Park A parcel of land with tarmacadam surface (which was previously operated by Stone Town Council under licence as a car park) is also included. The access was from Northesk Street. This parcel abuts the Former Stone Police Station site. Additional Area An additional parcel of land owned by Staffordshire County Council is included. This abuts the Former Car Park site and is unused vacant land
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The property extends to approximately 1.00 acre and is illustrated on the plan. The site falls into 2 separate areas - see marketing particulars Former Stone Police Station The detached former two storey Stone Police Station which fronts Radford Street is of brick and slate construction with stone detailing with two large outbuildings in the rear yard area. There is a large private car park and a narrow access to Radford Street, but the main access to the car park and buildings is currently from Station Road. The former Police Station is an attractive building partitioned internally to form a series of rooms on both floors including toilets, showers and also including a ground floor custody suite containing a series of cells at the rear of the building. The first floor can be accessed by internal staircases but also independently accessed via a ground floor entrance door in the Radford Street elevation. The internal layout is illustrated approximately on the internal layout plans. There are three outbuildings in the rear yard area as illustrated approximately on the plans. A former telecommunication aerial is located on one of the buildings, but this is disused. The property closed in 2016 and its condition reflects the fact that it has been unoccupied for some years. Former Car Park A parcel of land with tarmacadam surface (which was previously operated by Stone Town Council under licence as a car park) is also included. The access was from Northesk Street. This parcel abuts the Former Stone Police Station site. Additional Area An additional parcel of land owned by Staffordshire County Council is included. This abuts the Former Car Park site and is unused vacant land

  • Prominent development opportunity in well regarded market town
  • Suitable for various uses subject to planning permission
  • Close to many facilities including excellent shopping in Georgian High Street
  • Private car parking
  • Attractive two storey detached freehold buildings
  • Site area is approximately 1.00 acres (0.42 ha)