A FORMER police station, a pub, and a former bank are among the six well-known buildings that we have picked out as being up for sale or rent in Hyndburn.

Last week, the Lancashire Telegraph ran a feature about six well-known buildings which are up for grabs according to Blackburn-based Commercial Property Consultants Trevor Dawson Ltd. 

Some of these will bring back a host of memories for our readers as well as being prominent sites, so take a look and share them.

1) 81 Blackburn Road And First And Second Floors St James Chambers St James Street Accrington BB5 0AD

For Sale

Tenure:To Let

Size:5,250 Sq Ft

Price:For Sale/To Let. Offers in the region of £300,000. Rental £13,500 per annum

Lancashire Telegraph:

This is a four-storey building of traditional stone construction, internally arranged as a the former Yorkshire Banking hall presented in shell condition on the ground floor, with male and female toilets to the rear.

The ground floor has potential for retail and leisure uses subject to planning. 

The basement comprises offices, a staff kitchen, storage and strong room. 

The first and second floors provide a mixture of private offices, training rooms, staff kitchen and toilets.

2) Former Police Station Hesketh Street Great Harwood BB6 7DW

Tenure:For Sale

Size: 3,975 Sq Ft

Price:For Sale.  Price reduced to £250,000.

Lancashire Telegraph:

This is a mainly single-storey and part two-storey former office premises of brick construction beneath a multi-pitched slated roof with a car park area to the side.

Internally the premises have been fitted out to a high standard with carpets, suspended ceilings, Category 2 lighting and perimeter trunking.

The accommodation has been sub-divided to form a number of cellular offices of varying sizes, kitchen and toilets.

3) The Duke Of Wellington Public House 2 Blackburn Road Great Harwood BB6 7DE

Tenure: For Sale

Tenure: To Let

Size: 2,058 Sq Ft

Price: To Let/For Sale. Rental £12,000 per annum. Price £150,000.

Lancashire Telegraph:

Lots of people would want to own a pub and this way you could.

This is an attractive end property of traditional stone construction beneath a pitched slate roof.

Comprising a public house on the ground floor with large two bedroomed living accommodation above. 

Lancashire Telegraph:

Internally on the ground floor there is a substantial beer servery and lounge area with rear games room and toilet block. 

The first floor comprises two large bedrooms, a front living room, fitted kitchen and three piece bathroom. There is also a beer cellar. 

To the rear is a courtyard which also serves as a loading facility. 

4) Abbey House 6-8 Church Street Great Harwood Blackburn BB6 7NF

Tenure:For Sale

Size:1,510 Sq Ft

Price:For Sale. Price reduced to £105,000.

Lancashire Telegraph:

If you want to be a cut above the rest then you should look at this mid terraced, double fronted property which was a refurbished ground floor beauty salon with separate first floor offices that could possibly be converted into residential.

The ground floor comprises a main entrance reception, two treatment/consultancy rooms, two tanning rooms and a fitted kitchen and separate WC. 

Lancashire Telegraph:

The first floor accommodation is divided to provide four offices with three piece bathroom. There is also a kitchenette facility. The offices are heated by wall mounted panel heaters. 

5) The Globe Centre St James Square Accrington BB5 0RE

Tenure: To Let

Size: 366 - 2,744SQ FT

Price:To Let.  Rentals from £8.50 per square foot.

Lancashire Telegraph:

The office suites are located within the well-established and extremely popular Globe Centre, which is a focal point for Accrington and the Hyndburn Region. The Centre is within a five acre site and was transformed in the mid-1990s to form high specification offices with Conference and Exhibition facilities. The offices are further complimented by the provision of a Restaurant Brasserie and Sandwich Shop. 

The site benefits from a CCTV security system monitored from the main reception, which is managed on a 24 hourly basis. From the main reception is the lift providing access to all floors. The Centre has been designed with the provision of disabled facilities. 

Internally, the office suites are well presented and benefit from many of the original features of the building including the attractive brick ceilings and having good natural light. All suites have space heating from wall mounted electric heaters and are served by the communal toilet facilities located on each floor. A security access system is fitted within the main building. Some suites have the benefit of air conditioning. 

6) 77-79 Blackburn Road Accrington BB5 1JJ (FORMER BRIGHT HOUSE)

Tenure:To Let

Size:1,378 Sq Ft

Price:To Let. Rental £18,000 per annum exclusive.

Lancashire Telegraph:

The former Bright House retail outlet offering a substantial open plan sales area with large glazed display frontage.

Internally the sales area has a suspended ceiling incorporating recessed lighting and is heated by two suspended electric fan heaters. 

To the rear is a staff office, toilet and disabled toilet. There are electrically operated metal roller shutters to the frontage.

- To find out more about any of these buildings then you should check out the website https://www.tdawson.co.uk/