Property: Former Doncaster school house with potential up for auction

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A versatile property that could be an excellent opportunity for a potential developer will go under the hammer soon.

A versatile property that could be an excellent opportunity for a potential developer will go under the hammer soon.

The property, a former school house, if a substatial and imposing building standing on Carr House Road, one of the main routes into the town centre.

Set adjacent to a row of shops, the building - 61A - was previously used as a community centre. It is within walking distance of both Doncaster town centre and its range of retail and leisure facilities and the railway station. Attractive Elmfield Park is a few minutes’ walk away. Motorway links are excellent, with swift access to the network via White Rose Way.

Internally the property comprises flexible accommodation. Currently on the ground floor there is an entrance / reception hall, large café, several offices and training rooms as well as a good size Kitchen and men’s, ladies and disabled WCs.On the first floor there is a large training / conference room with office to the rear andmore toilets.There is a lift and electric roller shutters on the ground floor.

Agents Barnsdaless believe the property presents a great opportunity for a potential owner occupier, property developer or speculator as the property has potential for a variety of different commercial uses or scope for residential conversion or development, subject to obtaining the necessary planning permission.

The property will be offered for sale by auction t 2pm on September 17 in teh De Mulder Lloyd stand,at Doncaster Rugby club, Castle Park Stadium, Armthorpe Road, Doncaster DN2 5Q. Doors open at 1.15pm.

There is a guide price of £180,000 - £200,000.

Barnsdales, based in Doncaster, has three auctions planned before the end of the year: September 7, October 26 and December 7.