A former doctor’s surgery in Worcestershire is open to offers of purchase, and is suitable for a range of alternative uses subject to planning consent.

Having been used as a doctor’s surgery for the past 50 years, St John’s House Surgery is a three-storey Georgian brick-built property with an adjacent two-storey Coach House, and is set in 0.7 acres in a prominent location on the Bromyard Road just a mile away from Worcester City Centre.

The main building, which was previously used as a residential property, has a range of consulting rooms, waiting room, offices and toilet and staff areas, and also benefits from a single-storey extension and a basement area. The Coach House, located to the front of the site, was renovated in 2005 and has further consultancy rooms toilets and a training room, with a lift to the first floor.

Jacqui Lamb, director of joint agent Harris Lamb, said: “St John’s House Surgery has been used as a doctor’s surgery since the mid 1960s, and in that time, it has undergone various extensions and renovations. Occupying a prime location, and offering parking for 25 vehicles on site, it’s the perfect spot to locate a business.

“In all, the property has a total internal floor area of 7,975 sq ft  – 5,750 in the main building, excluding the basement, and 2,225 in the Coach House.

“The attractive Georgian buildings are listed, and there are tree preservation orders on site to retain its aesthetic value. We have had informal discussions with the local planning authority and a range of alternative uses can be considered for the site. It is not often that such a spacious and attractive building is placed on the market, and with its potential, it is already attracting a great deal of interest,” she added.

Interested parties should approach the planning authority directly to enquire about change of use. Viewings are strictly by appointment, and offers for purchase can be made directly to Harris Lamb on 01905 22666 or Halls Wilkins Commercial on 01905 720104.