Leisure for rent

26 Silver Street

Outstanding Bar/Restaurant Opportunity

Grade II Listed Former Bank Premises Dating to 1836

Heart of Bury's Traditional and Professional District

26 Silver Street, Bury, Greater Manchester BL9 0DJ

Open in Google Maps
Local authority: Bury Metropolitan Borough Council

Availability

Unit Floor Size Notes Status
1 Ground
1,280
118.92
8.515m x 13.971m Available
2 Ground
605
56.21
7.196m x 7.81m (includes entrance vestibule) Available
3 Ground
135
12.54
2.123m x 5.906m Available
4 Ground
104
9.66
3.469m x 2.793m Available
5 - Former Bank Vault Ground
205
19.05
7.67m x 2.486m Available
6 Ground
193
17.93
3.545m x 5.049m Available
7 Ground
122
11.33
5.583m x 2.04m Available
8 Ground
460
42.74
4.991m x 8.554m Available
WC Ground
Available
WC Ground
Available
9 Ground
319
29.64
6.956m x 4.263m Available
Stairwell
Available
1 First
166
15.42
(1.862m x 2.703m) + (3.176m x 3.285m) Available
2 First
347
32.24
4.908m x 6.564m Available
Plant Room First
338
31.4
8.876m x 3.534m Available
WC First
Available
Totals
4,274
397.07

* All floor areas subject to measurement on practical completion

Find out more information about this building's development and technical spec.

Find out more

Transport

Airports

Manchester 16.5m, Liverpool 28.8m

National rail

Kearsley 4.6m, Farnworth 4.7m, Hall i' th' Wood 4.7m

Further information

See more
Technical spec

Historic England describes the building as follows: Enriched classical style. A substantial corner building of two storeys. Ashlar, with moulded plinth and rusticated bands across ground floor and cornice (on brackets alternation with medallions) across upper floor. Five large windows, the upper ones having shaped hoods on brackets and enriched pseudo-balcony fronts. The middle bay projects slightly; on ground floor it has large arched entry with horizontal ribbing to angled intrados and grotesque head as keystone; on first floor it has paired pilasters supporting segmental pediment enclosing sculpture. Side sections of front are framed by pilasters. Parapet with sections of balustrading; chimneys with bracketed cornices surmount it. 4-bay return front to Bank Street is similar. Recessed quadrant corner. INTERIOR has highly enriched plasterwork. Built for Bury Banking Co, founded (as Grundy and Wood) before 1836. Upper floor formerly used as Bury Council Chamber and offices.

Physicals
Developer Blackwell and Son and Booth, of Manchester and Bury
Built 01 Jan 1836
Lease summary

A new term of FRI lease to be agreed.

Legal costs

Each party to be responsible for their own professional costs.

VAT

The quoted price is exclusive of but liable for VAT at the prevailing rate.

EPC
Category F

Media store

See more

Property marketed by:

435 Walmersley Road, Bury, Lancashire BL9 5EU
Pearson Ferrier
57663 dragonfly20180302 29545 wnefry Lisa Crossley Smith
Quote reference: RENT-26563

Grade II Listed Former Bank Offering Restaurant Opportunity

£60,000 per annum

Pearson Ferrier will not be held responsible for any inaccuracies or information provided by the vendor for the preparation of these sales particulars. All statements contained in these particulars as to this property are made without responsibility on the part of Pearson Ferrier. None of the statements contained in these particulars as to this property are to be relied on as statements or representations of fact. The particulars, various plans, photographs, descriptions and measurements have been carefully prepared, but their accuracy is not guaranteed and any intending Purchasers shall satisfy themselves by inspection or otherwise as to their correctness.