Former Kinver Police Post, High Street, Kinver, Stourbridge
Price on application  

  • Prominent site in central village location
  • Suitable for various uses subject to planning permission
  • Attractive detached freehold building
  • Private off-road frontage car parking
  • Well regarded residential location
  • Open outlook over Jubilee Gardens with seating overlooking River Stour
  • Site area is approximately 0.25acres (0.10ha)

The Property:
The property comprises a detached part two-storey building with pitched tiled roof, sloping rear garden and surfaced car parking fronting High Street. The site area is approximately 0.25acres (0.10ha).
The building was closed in 2011 and its condition reflects the fact that it ha sbeen unoccupied for some years.
The building is partitioned internally to form a series of rooms including toilets, showers and kitchen facilities.
The internal layout is illustrated approximately on the internal layout plan. The building has a Gross Internal
Area of approximately 201.12sqm (2,165sqft) divided - 1,597 sqft (148.33 sqm) Ground Floor, and 568 sqft (52.79 sqm) First Floor.
Kinver is a large attractive and popular village lying some 5 miles to the west of Stourbridge, 6 miles to the north of
Kidderminster and some 20 miles west of Birmingham.

The property is located in High Street in the village central area close to the junction with Stone Lane and enjoys an open outlook over Jubilee Gardens with the War Memorial and seating overlooking the River Stour and open views beyond.
The architecturally attractive Riverside Court retirement development is close by.
Kinver is well connected to public transport with bus stops outside the property and road communications are good with the A449 passing to the east and the A458 passing to the north of the village. Junction 3, M5 is approximately 12 miles to the east.
The Staffordshire and Worcestershire Canal passes through the village running close to the course of the meandering River Stour.
Kinver has a number of services and facilities in the thriving village centre which include the Co-op supermarket in High Street, day nursery, post office, independent shops, pubs, library, restaurants, hot food takeaways, pharmacy, hair and beauty salon and estate agency. It is well known for its pretty historic centre with many listed buildings and is a busy
community and a well regarded residential location.

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