For SaleTown Centre Office & Residential Premises

7, Lumley Avenue, Skegness, Lincolnshire, PE25 2AH


The property comprises a semi-detached period building with offices and staff/WC facilities at ground floor level, self-contained three bedroom apartment at first floor and further offices/storerooms at second floor level.  There is additional cellar storage. 

The accommodation is generally finished with papered plastered walls and ceilings, carpeted floors, wall mounted gas central heating served radiators and uPVC double glazed windows.

Externally there is forecourt car parking together with further spaces and two garages to the rear.

EPC Rating : D81


The property occupies a prominent position fronting Lumley Avenue at its junction with Prince George Street, a short distance from Lumley Road in Skegness Town Centre. The property is surrounded by a range of complementary commercial uses and residential abodes.

Skegness itself is a popular seaside resort with a resident population of 19,579 (2011 Census), rising considerably during the summer months with the influx of tourists and holiday makers. It is located approximately 40 miles east of Lincoln and 50 miles north-east of Peterborough.


We are advised by the Local Planning Authority that the building has consent for use as part offices within Class B1 and part residential within C3 and with Town & Country Planning (Use Classes) Order 1987 (as amended).

We perceive that the building has potential for alternative use, subject to receipt of necessary planning consent.

Interested parties are advised to make their own investigations to the Local Planning Authority.


The property is available For Sale Freehold, subject to an Assured Shorthold Tenancy over the first floor apartment generating a gross income of £410 per calendar month.


The property may be elected for VAT. It may be possible to treat the sale of this property as a TOGC.

Interested parties are advised to take independent advice from accountants.


Each party is to be responsible for their own legal costs incurred in documenting the transaction.