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Former RBS Bank in Newcastle-under-Lyme Heads Bond Wolfe Auctions

The site of a former RBS bank in the centre of Newcastle-under-Lyme is set to go under the hammer as part of Bond Wolfe Auctions’ July sale.

Located at 41 High Street, the freehold property occupies a prominent town centre location and is able to support a variety of uses subject to planning permission.

Bond Wolfe Auctions’ managing director Ian Tudor said: “This is a great property occupying a prominent corner position, fronting both the High Street and Ironmarket, and opposite the Roebuck Shopping Centre.”

The former RBS Bank has a total space of 4,147 sq ft across the basement, ground, first and second floors – The property’s guide price is £285,000+.

In addition to the RBS building, next months auction at Aston Villa Football Club’s Villa Park stadium will also host a number of residential and commercial lots.

One of the most prominent lots is situated in Walsall at 38-39 Lichfield Street, where a three storey mid-terraced town centre office building is going for a guide price of £170,000+.

Commenting on the 2,840 sq ft vacant possession freehold, Ian said: “These are well-located offices within the recognised professional quarter of Walsall and yet close to all the amenities of the town centre.”

Also included in the auction is a town centre commercial investment opportunity at 59 & 59a Church Street, Malvern.

The ground floor retail unit comes with a guide price of guide price is £235,000+, and features an apartment above; it is currently occupied by the Shaw Trust on a ten-year lease until 2022.

Ian Tudor said: “The opportunity to live in the centre of Malvern with the theatre within walking distance and in a popular town set in beautiful countryside with the Malvern Hills as a backdrop does not come along every day and we are already experiencing strong interest in this property.”

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