Grimsby town centre properties go under the hammer

By Grimsby Telegraph | Posted: 10 Dec 2018

An entire block of prime Grimsby town centre property goes under the hammer later this week, with £115,000 potentially enough to take ownership.

Split into two lots, the adjoining two-storey freehold properties – 25-27 South St Mary’s Gate and 1 Osborne Street, previously occupied by The Co-operative Bank and My New Shoes – will be auctioned off at Derby County’s Pride Park Stadium on Friday.

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The bank, which sits at the junction with Garden Street, fell victim to a raft of closures in June last year. It covers 5,234 sq ft across two floors, and has a guide price of £70,000. My New Shoes moved to nearby Abbeygate in September 2016, leaving the 1,200 sq ft site behind. It is up for £45,000, and features upstairs office with separate entrance. Both have remained vacant since, prompting the sale.

It is being brought forward by SDL Auctions and TES Commercial, with the sale starting at 11.30am.

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