The subject property comprises two detached two storey buildings on substantial grounds of approximately 3.29 acres (1.33 ha).
Blenheim House is located towards the front of the site and has more recently been utilised as a specialist nursing home with car park.
Blenheim Lodge is located towards the rear of the site and would be considered suitable for a variety of uses, subject to planning.
Located adjacent to the village of Hemswell in Lincolnshire, the disestablished airfield is now in full use as a civilian industrial and retail trading estate, forming part of the newly created parish of Hemswell Cliff.
The village benefits from a school, convenience store and regular bus network, not to mention popular Sunday market.
Hemswell Cliff is located off the A15 Lincoln to Scunthorpe Road, approximately 11 miles north of Lincoln city centre, 9 miles east of Gainsborough and 17 miles south of Scunthorpe.
The position provides quick access to the M180, which in turn leads to the M18 (to the west) and the port of Grimsby to the east.
Blenheim House is approximately 2,194 sq m (23,616 sq ft) GIA
Blenheim Lodge is approximately 1,400 sq m (15,070 sq ft) GIA
Measurements have been calculated using Promap and are subject to confirmation.
All main services including gas, water, drainage and electricity are available and connected to the property. These have not been tested so we would encourage interested parties to make their own enquiries with the relevant service providers.
TOWN AND COUNTRY PLANNING
The existing use of the building falls within Use Class C2 (Residential Institutions) of the Town & Country Order Class 1987 (as amended).
Planning permission was previously granted in July 2013 for the erection of an additional detached 50 bed care block. Further information can be found on Planning Application Number 129995.
The property is For Sale freehold with vacant possession on completion.
* The Vendor may consider splitting. Further information available from the agent.
VAT may be charged in addition to the purchase price at the prevailing rate.
Each party is to be responsible for their own legal costs incurred in documenting the transaction.