A substantial and prominent period building totalling approximately 703.88 sq m (7,577 sq ft). The building formerly traded as a public house/wine bar and is currently arranged as a public house with ancillary accommodation on the ground floor with further ancillary accommodation on the first and second floor levels. The property may offer conversion potential for alternative uses, subject to obtaining the necessary consents. Prospective purchasers are advised to make their own enquiries of the Local Planning Authority.
Kingston upon Hull is the regional centre of Humberside and lies about 37 miles south east of York and 62 miles east of Leeds. It can be accessed via the A63, which links to the M62 to the west and the A15, which links to the M180 motorway to the south via the Humber Bridge. Hull Paragon Interchange is within 200 metres of the property and provides rail, bus and coach services.
The property commands a prominent position in the city centre on the north side of Paragon Street with return frontages to Little Queen Street and Chapel Street. Nearby occupiers include Ladbrokes and Heron Foods.
Hull City Council (01482 300300) http://www.hullcc.gov.uk/planning
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