Bushloe House (Premises And Site) Station Road

Location

Station Road
Wigston
Leicestershire
LE18 2DR

Size

2.5 ac (1.00 ha)

Price

The Vendor is proposing to vacate the premises during October 2022 and on this basis, offers will therefore be sought on both an unconditional and conditional of planning basis and will be considered on their merit. The Vendor will request bids by way of an informal tender. Further information on this process will be provided by the agents in due course.

The site provides extensive accommodation over various buildings sitting on a site area of approximately 2.47 acres (0.99 hectares) and is currently the HQ office for Oadby and Wigston Borough Council. The original Bushloe House comprises an attractive and iconic three-storey Grade II listed building that was built in 1850 by Leicester architect Stephen Fry and to this day still encompasses a wealth of period features. The premises was subsequently extended in the 1970s, with a two-storey wing and now extends in total to approximately 14,930 sq ft. Internally, the property has been configured to provide a mixture of open plan and cellular office accommodation, together with a council chamber, meeting room facilities and the usual arrangement of WCs. Within the wider grounds there are further outbuildings, providing a mix of older single-storey office accommodation, together with greenhouses and extensive parking facilities. The site is surrounded by residential uses on the side and rear boundaries and is screened to the front elevation by attractive mature trees.

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