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DACRES SAYS ‘ELLO, ELLO, ELLO’ TO NEW PROPERTY LISTING

Residential News | Tue 13 Jul 2021
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A former police station in the Greengates area of Bradford that offers a unique development opportunity has received over 30 offers since Dacre, Son & Hartley launched it for sale this month. 

The vacant ‘Police Hut’, served as a police station for many years and provides an ideal opportunity for redevelopment, subject to the necessary planning consents

Branch Manager, Aleysha Benn, from Dacre, Son & Hartley in Saltaire, said: “It’s an interesting property that would be ideal to convert into a family home or alternatively, a commercial build. The building is located in a popular residential location, close to plenty of local shops and amenities.” 

Ravenscliffe Box is on offer with a guide price of £40,000. Aleysha added: “With a Sainsbury’s, Costa Coffee, gym and pool all within easy walking distance, there is plenty of potential to convert this former police station, which is set back off Harrogate Road.”

Greengates is a small suburban area in the north-east part of Bradford, bordered by Idle, Thackley and Apperley Bridge which offers direct railway links to Leeds and Bradford. 

Aleysah added: “The market is currently very buoyant and demand for property is outstripping supply. The response we have had to this property has been phenomenal and it will sell for over the asking price.”

Dacres in Saltaire covers a wide geographical area, marketing homes throughout the village and its World Heritage Site as well as the surrounding areas of Allerton, Thornton, Clayton and Shipley, Heaton, Thackley, Idle and Greengates.  Dacres currently has properties on the market ranging from £40,000 to over £490,000.  

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