Former Altrincham police station sold for undisclosed sum

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A former police station in Altrincham town centre has been sold for an undisclosed sum.

Warrant House on High Street was built in 1915 but converted into offices in 1995, and is currently fully let to businesses including Fletcher Legal Services, Code Resource, Yipiyap and Candour Solutions.

The 10,000 sq ft three-storey building, which generates a yearly income of £187,000, has now been sold by Grangethorpe Properties Ltd to private clients of Christopher Dee LLP.

Daniel Lee, managing director, Regional Property Solutions, who acted for the vendor, said: “We have been the letting agents for this distinctive building for over a decade and it has consistently attracted and retained quality tenants.

“Our client, Grangethorpe Properties, wished to dispose of this investment through a low profile off the radar campaign, so, we made discreet inquiries to identify potential buyers meeting the necessary criteria for this level of investment and in the market to buy.

“Christopher Dee’s client was the ideal purchaser and we look forward to assisting them going forward.”

Chris Jones, partner at Christopher Dee, said: “The Altrincham office market has significant potential and is now a genuine alternative to Manchester city centre.

“There is a distinct shortage of quality office space in the town as more local and regional businesses recognise the many benefits of working closer to home and enjoying the vibrant atmosphere of the North West’s coolest town centre.”

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