FOUR properties owned by Northamptonshire County Council have been brought to market by Lambert Smith Hampton.
The sites, which range from Grade II listed stock to more modern properties, have been put to a variety of uses over the years, but have become surplus to requirements as council staff move to more modern and flexible accommodation as part of the project Angel scheme.
Springfield on Cliftonville is adjacent to the hospital and was originally built as a doctor's residence. The Grade II listed building would be suitable for a variety of uses and is located in a thriving business area, close to the town centre.
Also Grade II listed is the Briar Hill Centre in Coronation Court, which offers circa 7,132 sq ft (662.9 sq m) with on site parking. Located in a residential area the property sits within its own grounds at the head of a cul de sac and comprises two detached stone buildings which were the former farm house and out buildings.
Northwood Centre in Holmcross Road is a single storey brick-build property, secured by a palisade fence and has on-site parking. The flexible accommodation offers circa 3,143 sq ft (292 sq m) in one third of an acre of land and is suitable for a variety of uses and redevelopment subject to planning and consents.
Norborough House is a detached former care home in Coverack Close, Northampton. The property, which offers circa 10,480 sq ft (974.7 sq m) has secure parking for 15 cars and is also suitable for alternative uses and redevelopment, subject to planning and consents.
David Grove of Lambert Smith Hampton commented "with project Angel nearing completion a number of sites have become surplus which has resulted in the properties being released to the market. This provides an exciting opportunity for either owner occupiers or developers to secure a freehold site. To find out more about any of these properties, contact David Grove at Lambert Smith Hampton on 01604 664366 or visit www.lsh.co.uk