Premises And Land At Rose Place, St Anne Street, Liverpool L3 3BN

Lot Number 49

About this property

Joint Agent

Addendum To Printed Catalogue

The premises are let to John Flynn and Denise Flynn for a term of 5 years from 1st February 2010. John Flynn and Denise Flynn are no longer in occupation and have declared bankruptcy. The landlords have not received a letter of disclaimer from the Trustees in bankruptcy as yet. No rent has been demanded from John Flynn and Denise Flynn and the arrears are disclosed in the pack.


A vacant warehouse with two storey office accomodation extending to 20,725 sqft (1,925.4 sqm). In addition there is a secured yard/car park on the opposite side of Rose Place, secured by pallasade fencing and boundary walls 1,016 sa yards (0.21 acres). The advertising hoardings are let currently producing £3500 per annum (details below).

The warehouse accomodation comprises the following:
Bay No.1 which fronts St Anne Street, has been converted to provide a mixture of workshop/warehouse and two storey office accommodation with kitchen and WC facilities provided. The southern section of Bay No.1 fronting Rose Place has been retained to provide adjoining warehouse accommodation, with access provided via several steel roller shutter doors. The offices are accessed to the western elevation overlooking St Anne Street via an enclosed secured car parking area accommodating approximately 18 vehicles.

Bay No.2 comprises standard warehouse accommodation, accessed via several steel roller shutter doors fronting Rose Place with an interlinking pedestrian door providing access to Bay No.1. An additional secured yard/car parking area is located on the opposing side of Rose Place secured via palisade fencing and boundary walls.

Listed By

Sutton Kersh - Auctions
2 Cotton Street,
L3 7DY

t. 0151 207 6315
f. 0151 207 6316

Full Description


The subject premises are situated fronting Rose Place close to its junction with St Anne Street which comprises one of the main arterial routes leading into Liverpool City Centre which lies within approximately 2 miles to the south. In addition, the premises links with the A59 which provides access to North Liverpool and the Switch Island Junctions of the M57 and M58 Motorways. The premises lies within the boundaries of the Project Jennifer Regeneration Scheme which includes a proposal for a new superstore and retail park.


The warehouse is held by way of a long lease for 99 years with effect from 31st October 1947 at a peppercorn ground rent. The additional enclosed yard is held on a separate freehold title.

Joint Auctioneer

Mason Owen
Andrew Scott


Premises And Land At Rose Place, St Anne Street, Liverpool

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