Period Features in Abundance at City Centre Offices

Posted on 24th May 2010

Robert Pinkus & Co. are on the hunt for potential buyers for a stunning Grade II listed period building which is in a prime spot in Preston’s central business district. 88 – 89 Fishergate Hill offers an exclusive freehold opportunity with excellent designated car parking facilities, a rarity in the city centre.

Prominently located, a designated conservation area since 1994, the semi-detached properties are brimming with character and are an excellent example of early 19th century Georgian architecture. Designed in the classical style, they represent the prosperity of Preston during the industrial revolution and showcase a romantic architectural bygone era with features such as strong vertical proportions and stone detail, columns, moulded gutters and cornices, wedged lintels and doorcases and original sash windows.

With a combined 7,430 sq ft, the properties are within close proximity to County Hall and Preston train station and within walking distance to all the city’s major retail and leisure facilities. These three storey landmark buildings currently benefit from a series of private and general plan offices that can be interconnected, feature kitchen and WC facilities, central heating, carpeting throughout, spot lighting and perimeter trunking and offer a total of 24 parking spaces at the rear.

Robert Pinkus & Co. are inviting offers for the whole or either building and are available by way of sale as a whole or in part. Danny Pinkus, Partner at Robert Pinkus & Co. said, “The properties are currently utilised as solicitors offices and have been maintained to a high standard, although we believe that other uses would be considered subject to obtaining the satisfactory planning consents. These offices boast great period features and are situated in a superb area of the city with great access to all the major transportation links and early interest in the properties is encouraging.” To arrange a viewing at the property email

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