- Prominent well regarded residential location close to historic village centre
- Attractive three storey detached freehold building
- Separate former detached “house” in need of renovation
- Suitable for various uses subject to planning permission
- Development potential
- Site area is approximately 0.75 acres (0.30ha)
- Private car parking
- Price on Application
The property is set back from High Street behind a lawned area with trees and a pedestrian access is provided. It comprises an attractive three storey detached building with pitched tiled roof, together with a yard used for parking, custody and cell block, former kennels and detached garage / store buildings, to the rear.
A separate car parking area is included off Rees Drive. The building was opened in 1971. In addition, a 2 storey detached building with garage and rear garden, No1 Rees Drive, recently used for operational matters, is included. It is in need of renovation. Rees Drive is a private road which is not adopted and No2 and No3 Rees Drive enjoy rights to use the road for access.
The main building is central heated and has a gross internal area of approximately 1,139sqm (12,259sqft).
The large village of Wombourne lies on the Western edge of the West Midlands conurbation.
Birmingham lies 15 miles to the east and Junction 2 of the M5 motorway lies approximately 9 miles to the east.
The A449 provides easy access to the surrounding towns and cities. Wolverhampton lies 5 miles to the
north, Dudley to the east and Stourbridge 6 miles to the south.
Wombourne Village is a desirable housing location with a number of historic, attractive commercial and residential properties clustered around the village green area accessed by High Street, Maypole Street and Church Road. This area is also home to Wombourne Cricket Tennis and Bowling Club.This historic core lies a short level walk from the property.
Wombourne has a range of services and facilities which include independent shops, pubs, restaurants,
and post office together with Co-op and Sainsbury Supermarkets. It is well known for its pretty, historic
centre with many listed buildings and independent traders. It is a busy community and a well regarded