Bridge Street, Dolgellau
A REDEVELOPMENT OPPORTUNITY CLOSE TO DOLGELLAU TOWN CENTRE - The subject opportunity comprises a Grade 2* listed former court building (382 sq m - 4107 sq ft) positioned fronting onto the junction of Bridge Street, Smithfield Street and Ffos Y Felin. The building is of stone construction with a pitched slate roof and internally comprises - Large central court room with waiting areas, offices, interview rooms, holding cells, male/female WCs, court personnel WCs and further ancillary facilities. There are two main entrances off Bridge street together with a further side entrance which formerly provided easy access to the holding cells. The immediate area although close to the River Wnion, playing fields and tennis courts is within a conservation area and is predominantly commercial with a number of residential conversions having taken place in recent years. The central retail pitch for the town is positioned further along Ffos Y Felin. In our opinion, this imposing and iconic building offers tremendous potential for various uses - subject to local authority approval.
Two front entrances - Former court staff entrance (left) and public entrance (right). Central large court room with large waiting area to the front. Former holding cells to the rear. Interview rooms, ancillary and WC facilities to either side. Further side entrance (formerly provided easy and direct access to the holding cell area).
Interested parties should consult with the local planning office, Snowdonia National Park Authority - Snowdonia National Park Offices, Penrhyndeudraeth, Gwynedd, LL48 6LF email firstname.lastname@example.org Tel. 01766 770274
Energy Performance Certificate = F
We have been advised Mains Electricity, Water, Drainage and Gas. Heating - Gas fired Central heating.
The property lies on the edge of the town centre fronting Ffos-Y-Felin which links to Bala Road. In the immediate vicinity, there are a number of retail and commercial properties. Dolgellau is a market town in Gwynedd, North West Wales (Population 2678 - 2001 census) and lies on the River Wnion a tributary of the River Mawddach. The town is within the Snowdonia National Park and is the main base for climbers of Cader Idris. Dolgellau was the county town of Merionethshire until 1974 when, following the Local Government Act of 1972, it became the administrative centre of Meirionnydd, a district of the county of Gwynedd. This was abolished in 1996 by the Local Government (Wales) Act 1994. Today, the economy of the town relies chiefly on tourism, although agriculture still plays a role; a farmers' market is held in the town centre on the third Sunday of every month. (Barmouth approx 6 miles).
Dolgellau LL40 1AU
Sale Type: Under Offer
Ref #: W1358