INVESTORS SNAP UP FORMER BIRMINGHAM CLINIC FOR RESIDENTIAL CONVERSION
An osteopathic clinic in Hall Green has been sold to a private developer intending to convert it for residential use.
Harris Lamb was instructed to sell the property, 955 Stratford Road, on behalf of the Trustees of Birmingham and District Osteopathic Clinic.
The property was sold with a guide price of £350,000 and the new owner intends to redevelop it for residential use, subject to obtaining planning permission.
Sara Elwell, of the business’ Agency team, said that there had been a great deal of interest due to the property’s residential potential.
“The property had a total floor area of 1,546 sq ft, over two floors, with the ground floor previously being used as a clinic, and the first floor comprises two self-contained one-bedroom flats.
“There is currently a driveway for two cars at the front of the property, a small garage to the side and an extensive garden to the rear. The total site area is approx. 0.334 acres.
“Add to that its location – five miles from Birmingham city centre and within walking distance of Hall Green train station and local bus stops – and it’s easy to understand why so many were keen to secure the building,” she said.
The successful buyer has not been identified.