Blackhall Mill is a pleasant village located just off the A694 at Hamsterley and approximately 5 miles south west of Blaydon. The A694 is one of the main routes running between Blaydon, Shotley Bridge and Consett.
Blackhall Mill is clearly signed at the Chopwell turning and the premises front onto the main road running through. There is a free car park adjacent.
The property comprises an extensive former social club of rendered brick construction with a pitched roof over. Adjacent there is a separate 3 bed semi-detached house with its own gardens and garage.
The Social Club is an extensive property with a separate bar and concert hall plus meetings rooms, toilets and a cellar. The Club could be suitable for a number of uses but is not offered for sale subject to planning.
Basement / Cellar 305 sq.ft. ( 28 sq.m.)
Main Bar circa 1,300 sq.ft. (121 sq.m.)
Bar Service Area circa 332 sq.ft. ( 31 sq.m.)
Concert Hall circa 2,000 sq.ft. (186 sq.m.)
Meeting Room circa 200 sq.ft. ( 19 sq.m.)
Committee Room 206 sq.ft. ( 19 sq.m.)
Lounge 264 sq.ft. ( 25 sq.m.)
Kitchen 121 sq.ft. ( 11 sq.m.)
Bedroom 1 125 sq.ft. ( 12 sq.m.)
Bedroom 2 167 sq.ft. ( 16 sq.m.)
Bedroom 3 93 sq.ft. ( 9 sq.m.)
No VAT is applicable.
Electricity, Water and Gas supplies are installed and there are separate supplies to the house.
The premises are assessed as follows:
Rateable Value £3,550 (2017 list)
Rates free incentives are available subject to status.
House - Council Tax Band A.
We are verbally informed that the premises are available on a Freehold basis. Interested parties should seek legal confirmation of this.
Rating TBC - a copy of the document is available.
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